We had to postpone our arrival for two days due to the windy weather but on our arrival on the Sunday we were met by Kath with a smile and details of where we could pitch. Access to the site is easy off the main road into Newton Abbot. Leaving the site and turning right can be a bit of a challenge with a caravan as it is a busy road. We stayed for 8 days which, despite being near a main road was fairly quiet from traffic noise. The only thing that shattered the peace and quiet for us was that there is a clay-pigeon shooting range nearby and operates on a Thursday and Saturday with shooting going on for most of the day. Other than that we thoroughly enjoyed our stay here and we will return. For us the site was ideal, easy to access, good clean service points, no toilets or shower, but we have on-board facilities in our caravan. Lots of wildlife in and around the site, visiting mallard ducks, Grey Squirrels visiting the pitch, and lots of small birds flitting around visiting the bird feeders set up around the site. Tawny Owls calling at night too. There are no facilities for children on site but there is a lovely Country Park adjacent to the site. Although it was quite busy during our stay there was little if any noise coming from the park. There is a nicely stocked information room and Kath and her partner are on hand if you have any queries. Within 4 miles there are three major supermarkets, Asda, Sainsbury and Tesco and a little further out is Morrison's. Close by the site is Highbridge Caravans if you need some assistance with your van or have forgotten something. There is also a mobile engineer who will visit the site if you need one, even on a Saturday afternoon. All in all this is a site that we will return to for exploring more of south Devon and Dartmoor.