We visited in early August. The site's new sanitary blocks are very smart as they have been refurbished. It has expanded with more pitches since we last visited several years ago. It's standard caravan club. Large pebbled pitches , not much privacy to the pitches. TV hook up is useful. Bring your long coax aerial cable. This site is expensive though for what you get. It sits in isolation on a marshy moor. 15 to 20 mins drive from any area or town of interest. There is very poor phone signal for the 3 network and no WiFi. For some this might be attractive but for us was a nuisance as we needed to keep contact with home as a relative was ill. We had a lot of rain which alarmingly began to swamp our pitch and awning along with many others. The wardens must know this happens on certain pitches and were not warned of this tendency on arrival even though heavy rain was expected . Unfortunately we were also unwittingly pitched close to the site's septic tanks. These were emptied at lunchtime one day on our stay . The stench was unbelievable and we were trapped in the van for 30 minutes on a hot day unable to eat our food as the stench infiltrated the van and made us retch. For the price I don't think it is worth it, and it is no wonder it is rarely full in high season.