The staff gave us a warm friendly greeting, gave us a map of the site and made us aware of the difference between 'with awning' and 'without awning' pitches. The site map given to us was for the pre-altered site and the 'without awning' pitches had been highlighted in blue to make it easy. Unfortunately it didn't, we found the map confusing, possible because the day we arrived was the first day open after alterations. The site and facilities were spotless, lovely warm shower block with lots of very hot water. A short walk along the river leads to the The Bridge Inn, good service, good food and fairly reasonable prices, but book ahead or risk disappointment. From here the village of Dulverton is extremely close, it's also the most dog friendly place we've ever visited. Café, bars, restaurants, shops, supermarkets, dogs welcome in them all. A lovely long weekend enlivened by the loudest dawn chorus - beautiful! The only downside, the warden was very diplomatic but warned we may need to move because of the 6m rule, although the new pitch layout added to the problem. Also an early arriver was turned away because he was 10 minutes before the 1pm arrival time, this seemed unnecessary. Nonetheless, great site, we'll be back.