Visited Damage Barton for a week in early September. First impressions were very positive. The site is spotlessly clean, well organised and laid out with spacious, (some more so than others), pitches which are a mixture of hard standing, (gravel - bring rock pegs!) and grass. Some pitches are fully serviced. TV reception was good. The site has an excellent shop which also does take away pizzas in the evenings. An excellent mobile fish and chip shop calls on a Monday evening but don’t leave it too late to get your order in as this can be very popular! The facilities; wash rooms, dishwashing and elsan areas followed suit and were kept spotless. There is also a good dog walk around the edge of the site with dog waste bins aplenty and there are good walks to the coastal path, Mortehoe and Lee directly from the site. For eating out we found Miss Fea’s Cafe, (aka the Smugglers Rest), at Mortehoe and the Rock Inn at Georgeham, both excellent. The site is large, much larger than we would normally go to, but very quiet. It is situated on a cliff top and has great views out to sea but it is at the mercy of the weather which can, and did, change very quickly. The wind, even on a nice day, can be very strong and sea mists can roll in, in an instant. Unfortunately, of our 7 day stay, we only had 2 nice days and they were for less than 7 hours on each day. The rest of the week, the wind blew and the rain poured whilst at home our neighbours were basking in 21degs! That said, the site cannot control the weather so that aside I would give it 10/10 especially if large, managed sites are your thing.