We stayed here for 3 nights. We are a couple in our early 30's. The area had had non-stop rain for 48 hours before we arrived, but seemed well drained. We were taken to our pitch by a guy on a quad bike which was very handy. We went at the height of the season and still we had plenty of room.
The site is separated into areas, so you only have a maximum of 8 tents around you. This site seems to be 95% tents which was nice for us!
There are two modern toilet blocks which are kept very clean and I didn't have to queue once! The lights are automatic and I have been told that if you spend too long on the loo they go off and the sensor is outside the cubicles!
The playground seemed well equipped and not too vast.
Woolacombe is a 5 min drive away. The campsite says you can walk but the walk is very steep and down a narrow lane with no footpath which cars use. It was OK to do once but you wouldn't be able to carry much kit. Woolacombe has a good choice of shops which are cheaper than the site shop but the site shop wasn't too dear. The beach is fantastic and the lifeguards there are excellent.
Ilfracombe is about 10 minutes away, Mortehoe is about 5 minutes away, Croyde 10-15 minutes away.
The site offers meals to take away which you are given a menu for when you book in. They also have a breakfast and kiddies menu and seem to have a wide variety of Veggie options. I cannot comment on the quality as we ate in Woolacombe and Ilfracombe while we stayed which both have a wide variety of eateries.
I would highly recommend this site. The staff are very welcoming and the facilities are excellent - and you can't beat the location!
The campsite is a must if you want to visit the area. It is a 5 star site with everything you could want. I will be going back in August as I love this site. It is well accessible and is very close to the beach. We did use the family showers are they come in very handy with our 5 year old boy. The campsite is very clean and there is plenty of hot water in the showers and washing up facilities.