Campsite is set out very naturally, lots of nooks and crannies, some fully serviced, some haven't even got electric. Unfortunately when we arrived the weather was very windy and we attempted to put up our awning but was just too windy, the next 2 days were very wet and windy too, so still no awning, we eventually decided not to bother.
When we stayed here there was only a handful of us on site, felt a bit lost really. I imagine it would be great for kids, lots of trees and shrubs to hide in, and felt very safe. The beaches are great for a bucket and spade holiday around here.
Toilets were always clean and the showers are nice and large with underfloor heating and shelves to put your bits on. I think there are about 13 showers in the block I was in, and there is another block by the entrance.
Didn't have any interaction with the staff really, but seemed pleasant enough when we booked in.
We have just returned from a week long stay in our tent at this wonderful campsite. We stayed here for the first time last year and enjoyed so much about the site and the area that we decided to return again this year.
There is a good variety of pitches here so there is something to suit everyone, although if you haven't been before we found the staff to be very helpful on the phone on choosing a pitch.
The showers and toilet facilities are very spacious and are kept very clean and tidy and the majority of guests help them to stay that way. The only small disappointment was that there were no electric sockets for hair appliances in the shower block (although there are travel size hair-dryers 20p).
The bin areas are regularly emptied so we didn't encounter any problems with wasps etc. The small but well stocked shop sells fresh baked goods every day (which were very tempting) as well as other groceries.