We chose this campsite because of the facilities it offered, particularly the facility for electric hook up for tents. The booking process was easy and the fees were very reasonable for the summer holidays. The campsite is easy enough to find but my satnav kept trying to take me down the narrowest "rally stage" type roads imaginable. It's much easier to stick to main roads particularly if you're towing.
The campsite shop is small and basic but offers the emergency items such as milk and tins of food as well as camping gas etc.
The pitch we had was large enough to park our car next to the tent and have space for cooking and swingball. It was clearly marked out which is a godsend as on other campsites sometimes we've had next door neighbours who seem to think they're semi-detatched!
The on-site washing facilities were clean and hot water was always available.
The washing up station provided sufficient sinks such that you never had to queue, but the hot water was scauldingly hot and there was no cold tap. We resorted to taking a liter of cold water with us in a drinks flask to cool the washing up water, especially important if the kids are helping out.
For the kids there is a climbing wall and games room as well as plenty of grass space for ball games. There's also a playground but our kids were a bit too old for it.
The on-site pub and restaurant is fairly small, so if you plan on eating there you'd better book in advance. The food was good and the service friendly. The pub closed at 9:30 which you might think is early but it stopped the late night revelry that can occur when the bar doesn't close until 11pm, so on balance we thought it was a good thing that it closed at 9:30 - you can always have a night cap in your tent! The pub offers free wifi, but other than this there is no 3G signal so accessing the internet is a slow process.