A group of us were looking for a reasonably priced campsite in North Devon and stumbled over this one after a google maps search. From the moment we first made contact (and got a speedy, friendly and casual response), to the moment we paid up and left, we were highly impressed by the place. On arrival (after hours) our name was up on the board clearly showing us which field to pitch up in, and unlike others I’ve stayed in, we were allowed to select where we wanted to be. If I had one word of warning, it’d be that the postcode doesn’t take you to the exact location, but rather to a nearby farm, where a lad driving a tractor was nice enough to lead us to the site! The field we camped in was spacious and quiet with incredible sea views, and to our great excitement – had a trampoline! The toilet block was perfect, with a new one that had recently been built including individual wet-room showers, toilets, basin, hair dryers and bins in each. The owner Bridget was so friendly and helpful, suggesting things we could try out nearby, and also very laid back and relaxed, stopping for a chat each time we saw her. We were woken in the mornings by a chorus of cows, and we also saw ducks and her little dog during our stay, all adding to the rural farm feel. There was no restrictions on arrival and leaving times, and the clincher for us was the option to hire a fire bin for the night and have a campfire! This was delivered to our pitch for only £8 including kindling, a big bag of logs, kebab sticks, and a big bag of marshmallows! What more could you want while you sit with a beer looking at all the millions of stars in the dark night sky?!