Just enjoyed a few days on this beautifully located site. The location, layout & helpfulness of the staff can’t be faulted…there’s a but…at almost £40 per night, I didn’t expect to be presented with below average portacabin facilities. I had a word with myself & tried to use them, but failed as they took me back to rotten campsite facilities in the 80’s. The main toilet & shower block was dated & the cleanliness average: they desperately need an update so I suppose it’s limited what can be achieved. The most ‘fun’ though was the check in process…opens at 1pm with a massive queue of units in a single track lane, with a procedure that wouldn’t have been out of place on Challenge Annika Give your name, pay your balance, then off to hunt around the site for a pitch you fancy with a piece of plastic pipe to ‘reserve’ then back to give the number to the office & collect your prize of your gate key…now I’m a fairly fit half marathon runner, but even for me it was a hike up to the top of the site…& when I asked if we could hold a place for our friends who were about 10 units behind us & didn’t want to jump or hold the queue up by leaving the vehicle, I was told ‘there’s no reserving of pitches’ but they’re just behind us…still no & subsequently we spent a few days carrying food backwards & forwards between pitches as we ended up not being next to each other. Not a biggie, but a shame non the less. So, in summary, we had a great stay but think some facilities & procedures could use a bit if an update.