We stayed at this site for 5 nights on a serviced pitch. Not something we do regularly but we enjoyed not having to fill and empty our water every day. I’m not sure I really understand previous negative comments about the serviced pitches as there are only 5 or 6 of them. Plenty of non serviced pitches for those not wanting to pay the extra cost. Our first impressions when we entered the site was how neat and tidy and pretty it was. The wardens clearly spend a lot of time looking after the flower beds and shrubs. We particularly liked the shrubs etc between the pitches. The wardens were both lovely. We were met with a welcoming and friendly greeting and friendly waves if we walked or drove past when they were out doing their jobs. They obviously take pride in this tranquil oasis. Although the site is 2 or 3 miles from Hebden Bridge itself there are several walking routes depending whether you want to go the hilly route or flat route along the canal towpath. It’s an easy drive or you can catch a local bus. We did numerous long and short walks during our stay and loved the walking options in the area. I don’t think I have ever stayed anywhere where there are so many walking routes so close together. Hebden Bridge is a delight and there are plenty of choices for eating and drinking out which should suit everyone’s preferences. On one of our days the forecast looked pretty wet and so we hopped on the train to Halifax primarily to visit the Piece Hall. The train ride was short, about 13 minutes, and cost about the same as a car park ticket. The PieceHall was well worth the visit. There are lots of different and easy options on train and buses if you don’t want to take your car or motorhome. We loved this site. Overall we had a really enjoyable stay in this lovely site and loved the area. We left knowing there was so much we hadn’t done and much we just wanted to do again. We will definitely return.