We stayed for two nights. It was very noisy, apart from the church bells which are part of the character, the adjacent farms and industry was noisy during the day, and at night there were several campers with televisions in awnings on loudly until past 11 with no sign of this being policed. If it had been one person I would have spoken to them myself, however it seemed to be accepted practice. Nice childrens play area but expensive pool (£4 per adult for 30 mins). The shower and toilet facilities had peeling paint and rusty radiators that were on full blast even though the day time temperature outside was 30degC. I mentioned this at reception, they said 'thats the way the owner has it, thats the way it is'. You would think the opportunity to save on heating bills during hot would be attractive to the owner, not to mention the social responsibility to save energy. The surrounding area once you leave site is lovely as is Greetham Village itself, its a shame that something seems to have happened here as older reviews are favorable, but more recent visitors have found it disappointing. Not the standard I would look for from a C&MC affiliated site.