Set in eight aces of grounds, there are forty five pitches, some with hook-up. The caravan park has a dog walking area and a river frontage where guests can fish, hire canoes and get close to the wildlife which includes butterflies, swans, ducks, and dragonflies. There is also a storage area where you can leave your caravan or trailer tent until your next visit.
Guests can also bring bikes, as there is a cycle trail. There are many little villages that you can cycle to, as well as ancient churches to explore and tea rooms to enjoy.
The local town boasts many interesting shops including antiques, art, books, boutique clothes, craft goods, delicatessen foods, gifts and leather goods plus pubs and places to eat.