Everyone goes on about the road noise, but this site is off a main road so what do you expect. Of course there's road noise, bring some earplugs and all will be good! The location more than compensates for this. Henley is a short walk with all its individual shops and restaurants. Walks along the river in both directions, boat rides, people watching, picnics in the park, its wonderful. We walked along the river to The Baskerville Pub in Lower Shiplake - wonderful food and the first time indoors for a long time. Took the dog and he was very welcome. Great cycle rides from the site into the Chiltern Hills, so long as you don't mind steep hills, great for an electric bike, but I'm not that old yet!!! We cycled to Turville which is quintessentially english - Vicar of Dibley was filmed here as was Midsomer Murders and Chitty Chitty Bang Bang. Bit early for the pub, but it looked fabulous. We drove into Windsor with the Motorhome, you can park in the coach park, but speak to the man in the office and he will direct you. Short walk to the castle, we didn't go in because of the dog, but just round the corner is the Great Park with the Long Walk which kept the dog happy. Lots of 'standard' shops, M&S etc, make sure you visit the Station where there are lots of cafe's with outside/inside seating. Cinammon is fabulous in the old Booking Hall. There is a walk around Windsor following the Queens Walkway, pick up a brochure at the Booking Hall Tourist Information or download it to your phone. Not great morning strolls for the dog out of the site as you have to walk down the road and its not the best, but there is a small enclosed area on site for the 'essentials'. But once you get to Henley and the River you can walk for miles, or turn left out of the site and up IceHouse Lane and you are in the Chiltern Hills. We will be back, there is just so much to do, and the road noise didn't effect us one little bit!!