Personally speaking, we couldn’t fault the location of Hillhead as we travelled daily to our boat in Kingswear Marina - either driving or on the bus which stopped right outside the site entrance. The site bar was excellent with very good food and the bar staff were particularly friendly, helpful and patient, especially considering everyone wanted to see the Euros! The site was spotlessly clean and well maintained. However, as new members, this was our first visit to a large Club site and finding a pitch on such an enormous site was chaotic to say the least. We thought check in staff would at least guide us in the right direction but we were just given a site map and told to find a pitch with a white post, which would probably be ok on a smaller site, but on a site this large and complex with hedged cul de sacs, was time consuming and tricky manoeuvring a large motorhome. Also, the site was fully booked which made finding a pitch doubly difficult. This caused several ‘traffic jams’ around the site. Check in was 1pm but some people had been queuing outside all morning. Members who had visited Hillhead previously sent their co drivers off on foot to ‘save’ a pitch - obviously that’s the way to do it! Only other negative was the lack of water points for motorhomes. Just one MH service point with water tap. Other taps were available but on the roads around the site, which would’ve involved blocking access. Having said all that, we loved the position of the site, and our pitch (once we moved) and would definitely return.