Three nights here, Tuesday to Friday. Site fairly full when we arrived at booked time (16:00-18:00), and inevitably the pitches and hardstandings farthest from the busy road had been taken. Probably best to plan to arrive early. However, I like a grass pitch if it's firm ground. The one we settled on as nearest level available (most slope a bit, some more than others) was unfortunately near the road and a trifle noisy at times, but OK overnight. On the first morning around 7:00 am there was a lot of metal clanking noise, which turned out to be one half of a parkhome being unloaded from its low-loader (for delivery to a site some way down the narrowish access road). Not our site's fault and perhaps part of the rich camping tapestry of camping experience! Or not. Our first day was absolutely beautiful, and we enjoyed the afternoon in Bude by the canal. However the following day was wet, foggy and miserable and promised little better on the third.On leaving I was a little concerned about driving on wet grass, but it was no problem at all. Handy to walk to the filling station on the main A39 for a paper (or food etc) - about 20-25 mins there and back for me, not a swift walker. We didn't actually use the on-site shower block, but all seemed to be suitably Covid-proofed.