Arrived June 23rd for 4 nights. After travelling over 300 miles what a pleasure to arrive at such a beautiful little site. The wardens were not available but there were clear instructions to put your membership card through the letter box, take pitching instructions from the box, find your pitch, & return later in the day to pay. Simple! The pitches were all of a good size, ample space for an awning and car & still be sociable with your neighbour. The views were lovely & it was so peaceful. The dog walk might not of been 'big' but the wardens had thought of those little extra touches that make members with dogs feel welcome. They had their own little agility course, which if you can encourage your dog to do can be fun, ours was more interested in sniffing around! No Crufts for us! The site was thoughtfully set out & even with the dry weather the grass was in the usual top notch condition with displays of hanging baskets. Walks from the site were available from the office for a small donation to the mountain rescue fund. Not far was the Ravenglass railway which was worth the trip, again dogs were made to feel welcome with their own little goodie bag of biscuits. The tea shop at the other end did a massive scone & jam. The menu was extensive & all the food we saw looked freshly made & plentiful. It was shame we were only there for 4 nights & that we live so far away as this would be one of my regular weekend haunts. Well done to the wardens for such a well presented site.