A well laid out clean and tidy site although if you have any form of physical disability you would be as well to pitch at the top end as it is on a slope and the facilities are at the top so there is a slight hill to climb if you are at the bottom.
As can be seen from the pictures we took the Isabella Magnum Eclipse instead of the Magnum awning itself as we were only stopping for two nights and it proved a good decision.
The Eclipse can fit straight onto the caravan itself ,as here,as well as onto the front of the Magnum and only takes minutes to set up and dismantle so if it rains,as it did,when packing up you can leave the Eclipse up until the last minute to provide some shelter and then take it down and it is easy to dry when you get home.
Pricey I suppose but it is Isabella and can be recommended.
We are still without running water due to the ongoing pump electrical problem but strangely it didn't seem to affect us too much.
During the stop I noticed water dripping from a pipe under the van next to the Truma Ultrastore dump valve pipe.
According to someone on CT it is the over pressure relief valve pipe.
I have no idea if this is relevent or not,just that I had not seen it before.
Will put it on the list for the service next week to be checked.
After we had hooked up the electrics to the car to come home I noticed the ATC light was showing steady red,never done that before.
Unplugged the electrics and left it a minute or two,plugged it back in and it went green,another thing to be checked.
Taking it for its first service week after next so will post as to what happens,if anything.
I have specified a pair of Al-Ko shock absorbers to be fitted as it tends to bounce a bit on uneven surfaces so we shall how that goes.