In our experience, the Den & Orchard is not a peaceful site as policies on noise are ignored, with no consideration given to other campers. On the second night of our three night stay, we had a group of six on the neighbouring pitch playing music and talking until 02:30, despite the clear guidance saying noise should be kept to a minimum after 22:00. Earplugs were used and a reasonable night's sleep still had by most.
This was nothing though, as on our final night a large group of 15-20 people showed up and pitched camp-side of one of the bell tents at the end of the field. One of the tents and their marquee was only a metre or two away from the Crabby Apple clamping pod (which was occupied) in spite of the fact that the bottom of the 30m field was completely empty. They had also parked a camper van on the grass and had loud music coming from this until we asked them to turn it down at 23:00. After asking a second time, this was listened to, but the music reppeared at 02:30 and the party (there is no other word for it) continued until 05:00. There was no comment from the management, who we only saw once a day. Given that the site was by no means full when we arrived and we were told to "pitch where we like" on arrival, a heads up that there was a large group coming would have been sensible. Directing them to the large space at the bottom of the field to at least give some distance between them and other campers would also have helped, but ceratinly didn't happen. The group left the following morning - so quite clearly had always intended on using it as a party field and management should have taken notice of this.
Aside from that, visitors should be aware that the main road is within earshot and although just 'white noise' throughout the day, can disturb sleep at night.
We were there for 3 nights about 3 weeks after UK campsites were reopened after the Covid-19 lockdown restrictions were relaxed. There was plenty of hand sanitiser available, however the soap in the women's toilets ran out and it seemed as though the cleaning of the toilet and washing facilities was left to campers (there were disinfectant sprays attached to each toilet and we weren't aware of any proactive cleaning by the campsite).