Just had four days at the above and found it most enjoyable,despite taking a wrong turn in Bradford both going and coming home,and that is with a Sat.Nav.
The site is well laid out and the washrooms are spotlessly clean with all the usual facilities present,including a drying room for wet coats and boots.
There are many walks in the local vicinity including a short stroll into Grassington.
The Orion was well behaved and I was particularly impressed by the fridge.
On CT one hears constant tales of fridges ( quite often on Baileys ) that don't work on gas,don't work on electric,don't achieve the correct temperature etc.
I put a cup of water in the freezer compartment for a quick cold drink,forgot about it and it froze solid despite an ambient temperature well into the mid 20's or above.
Yes I know fridges are supposed to do that but a lot of caravan ones seem not to do so.
This being the start of the school holidays it was quite amusing to see
those without offspring beating a hasty retreat home on the Sunday
morning ( us included ) before the little darlings arrived en masse.
If you visit the Wharfedale site it is worth walking over to the Long Ashes complex next door,especially if the weather is inclement.
There is a gym,pool,pub with restaurant and a lounge/bar/cafe area which non-members can use,we had rather a nice lunch there.
I picked up a tip on CT that I think is worth repeating.
To avoid damage to the 13-pin plug cable,from dragging on the floor etc.,cover it with some of the plastic "tubing" that is used to keep hi-fi cables together and secure it with insulating tape.
I saw one other van with it on so perhaps it is well known but as a lot of Orion owners ,like us,are relatively new to the game I thought it worth mentioning.
Also,when putting the awning up if you use the Isabella Safelocks as I usually do leave one on the front of the awning rail,then next time you put the awning up you can quickly put it in same place each time.