What an amazing place! We arrived and were greeted by Nadine and her 2 lovely children who are very polite and welcoming. We were shown the toilet & shower and then the campsite, which is a nice walk past the chickens, the rabbits, the goats and the blackberries. The area is HUGE. It includes a cooking area to the rear where stoves, gas, pans and a table are provided! There are apple trees, childrens toys, a wooden picnic table, a firepit with logs to sit on free logs to burn and then finally, the large tent. Even with all of that there is still a great amount of space. Then we entered the tent and were again surprised even more, we knew about the wood burning stove and foam beds etc but again the wood is free to use, there were more toys in a basket for my youngest son (3), utensils, cups, a kettle, battery powered lights, books and wooden monopoly.
The toilets are about a 2 minute walk to the top of their field but still about the average walk for any normal campsite (but who wants to camp right outside of the toilets anyway). The shower is top notch with very hot water and the room is just very clean throughout. Theres also a large sink for washing pots which my oldest son (13) volunteered for because it is right next to the goat field :)
I'd highly recommend this if you'd like a little privacy and want to try something other than a tent. I almost booked a standard spot/field for our family to camp on and even looked at pods too but I'm glad I booked here. It was well worth the 2 hour drive and cost the same as a bare pod we'd stayed in years ago but this had so many extras. I could on and on about how good it is haha!
Thank you Nadine and James