Anyway, we arrived on site and pitched up before our workshop started. This site is natural and wild, with slopes and rough terrain, therefore you can only drive on in a 4 x 4. Parking isn’t too far from pitches though, but pack a festival trolley if you have one for ease. If you can’t manage, the owners will happily give you a hand, just let them know your arrival time in advance. Each pitch is in it’s own little clearing and feels like you’re the only ones there. The site is surrounded by woodland, and they have also planted lots of trees a few years back, encouraging even more wildlife. The site donates 10% of it’s profits to the Woodland Trust. So, whilst it may not specifically be an eco site, the owners are certainly passionate about nature and wildlife, and with cold outdoor showers and basic facilities it is hardly taking much from the environment to run it! Yes, that’s right the showers are outdoors, and cold. Call me a weirdo, but this was exciting to me as someone who practises the Wim Hof method (if you haven’t heard of it, google it and give it a go!) but probably would have been less so had we been staying several nights with children. But we really aim to share a variety of places with you, and this site has something to offer to the more seasoned camper. The site is dog friendly, encourages campfires and it’s just a 10 minute walk from the local pub.