Just spent a week here in early October. It's a large site and well located for all the attractions of the Island. Being late in the season, the site was beginning to close down for the winter and we found that many, probably most, of the pitches were out of use, either being rested, too wet to use or being re-seeded. The site is very well maintained with the usual friendly staff.
So why only 3 stars?
First, it came as a surprise when we arrived to be offered only a grass pitch. On every other Club site we have been used, there is a differentiation when booking between hard standing pitches and grass. With a large and heavy caravan our choice, especially late in the season would always be for a hard standing. Then, because of the closures and maintenance work, the only pitches available were a few that are designated as tent pitches. These are all along the edge, next to the dog walking area. So be prepared to be waken late at night and early in the morning by people taking their pooches for a "walk" and slamming the gate in the process.
I thought that the number of service areas (fresh water, waste and chemical toilet disposal) was only just adequate and spaced far apart and the one large central toilet block, while exceptionally clean, looked to be inadequate when the site is busy. As it was, half the cubicles were locked out of use - which was a problem one morning when it was necessary to queue.
Had I known that our standard pitch with awning was going to be a grass pitch, I would have booked elsewhere. I think that the limited number of hard standing pitches and the fact that you take pot luck on getting one should be made clear during booking and priced accordingly. In summary, not one that I'll return to