The majority of pitches are separated by shrubs and bushes giving you a nice feeling of privacy without feeling shut in, as they say on their web site it almost feels like you are camping in someones back garden.
All pitches come with electric hook up and most also have freshwater taps. Motorhomes and caravans are welcome, however, they do not allow tents. We stayed over the August Bank Holiday 2020 and our stay cost £25 per night.
The site does have a heated shower and toilet block but due to Covid 19 these facilities were unavailable, However, if the rest of the site is anything to go by we are sure they would be excellent. An elson (chemical toilet) disposal point and a grey water (shower water/washing up water) disposal point are provided, there is also an area to do your washing up but again due to covid was closed.
We always use the facilities in our camper so none of this really affected us but a lot of people like to use the on site facilities so make sure you check what’s open before you set off. One criticism would be that some of the pitches (only a few) are a bit on the small side so if you have got an awning you may not be able to use it, so make sure you check when booking. We were travelling with two other couples, our friends had pitch 13 which was huge and ideal for a caravan and large awning, our pitch 12 was ideal for our motorhome and awning with the added bonus of a small private garden. However, our friends who were allocated pitch 11 were in a caravan and the pitch could not accommodate their awning. So make sure you make it clear when booking so that you are given a pitch that is right for you.