As a group of 8 we glamped and camped.
The glamping pods are small but fine for four people. There is a double bed which hinges up out of the way as well as two bunks. The bathroom is well equipped in quality fittings. One thing though, the shower controls are quite fiddly so if you need reading glasses you won't be able to read the markings and if you don't have strong fingers it won't matter anyway as you won't be able to turn the on/off control.
There's a table and fold out chairs but the kitchen area is just a little odd as there's a combination microwave but crucially no hob or ring. That makes all of the normal camping cooking impossible. It didn't matter to us as we had our own camping kit with us but I'd have been quite frustrated otherwise as I do like my bacon and eggs in the morning.
The site appears very new so the camping part suffers a bit from a lack of established trees, that'll fix itself over time though. The sanitary block is all shiny and new but it is quite small so I wonder what things will be like when the whole site is sharing just the one toilet and one shower each for men and women?
There's a shop on site but I feel the opening hours could be a little more camper-friendly as it doesn't open until 9am which is a little late for people who are getting out for a day of fun.
The pub at the end of the road does great food and is well worth a visit.
I've just re-read this review and realised it sounds incredibly negative. It's not meant to be, I'm just being picky, overall it's a great site and I'd certainly stay again.