We stayed here a couple of times this year. When we approached the site on the first visit, I very nearly turned round as it looked so open and bleak. I'm pleased we didn't as the site quickly became a favourite. I'm not usually keen on being allocated a pitch when I arrive to a site but on both visits I was very happy with my allocated pitch and so felt okay about it. I guess it would be different if the allocated pitch wasn't to our liking and we could see others that we might prefer. The wardens, both regular and covering were fantastic. Helpful and welcoming. The facilities are clean and well manintained, nothing different to the standards of a club site. There are great opportunities for beach walks and also further along the coast path in both directions. Lots of birds to see as well as deer in the woods further along the paths. The fish and chip van that visits outside the site (Friday night) is excellent. I support the idea that this site doesn't run a little shop at reception as the village has lost shops and services over the last few years and it needs all the business it can get. However, the little shop at the garage stocks very little and is a bit of a trek on foot. I did wonder whether an arrangement could be made whereby certain items could be sold by the garage shop, in the site reception. This would mean the garage shop retained the income and the convenience of being able to pick up bits and bobs from the site reception might well increase the shops business. A local collaboration that may work for everyone.