As the previous reviewer has said, Totnes C&MC site has it all - almost. A drive-over motorhome waste would be handy, but for the execllent location so close to the historic town, public transport, river etc, it can be forgiven a lot. It's such a pity that there aren't more like it. I think the site is not actually owned by the Club, but the local authority? Presumably a lease? We've just returned home from 3 nights there, a scorching weekend. The friendly wardens made us welcome (late bookers) for two nights on the limited hardstanding as there were no grass pitches. They seemed a bit apologogetic for the hardstandings, but it was fine and quiet enough. The only slight downside was their proximity to the arrivals spot. They'd come in and stop by the closed reception building, obstructing parking for the arrival of anyone following and ignoring the prominent notices instructing where to station oneself to announce ones arrival by phone and await the pack from the wardens. Most stopped and thoughtlessly left engines running. For our third night we were invited to move on to any vacated grass pitch, which we did. We didn't actually use the facilities block thuis time, and so cannotcomment helpfully upon using them in the current circumstances.