Having read the previous review regarding poor access road, I was so concerned that I drove to the site without my 7m caravan to check it out. Having visited sites in the Lake District, my view is, what is the fuss about. There is a lane which is single track in parts, no need to put in my mirrors and fine to drive, and there are passing places both before and after these stretches. I found everyone courteous and willing to gave way. Arriving at site after 1pm allows any caravans to be away long before you arrive. The site is beautiful, with excellent views, quiet and dog friendly, though we don't have a dog. Dog owners must keep their dogs on leads and pick up poop, and there is an off the lead field where owners are still expected to pick up after their dogs. The site cleanliness is excellent, with the waste emptying and water facilities top notch. In the evening a local chap, often visits an adjacent field to exercise his Bengal Owl, he is incredibly friendly, knowledgeable of the area and professional in his handling of his bird, which is on jesses and a long chord that allows it to fly safely. He is happy for you to see his bird up close and take photos. There is an adjacent village with a shop and 'The Mussel' pub (5min walk), we visited early evening and had mussels which were excellent, and a drink, though I recommend booking, the campsite office had a discount voucher on offer. You can walk down the road to Bovisand Beach, however I was told the road down past the shop and then right at the coastal path is a quieter alternative, the walk back is all up hill. We walked through the village and followed signs to the coastal path at the bottom and then left to Wembury, this coastal walk is undulating but you have see views all the way. Excellent site and we will be returning.