We stayed here for 3 nights over the May bank holiday weekend. There was a group of us - 7 adults and 4 children in 3 tents. When I arrived I thought the barn area which I went through to reach reception was dire. It is supposed to be a games room but half the parts of each game was missing, there were several very manky sofas that I would never dare sit on! It reminded me of the nastiest youth hostels I had stayed in while backpacking in my youth!
Anyway I checked in and was told to go and find a spot. However I was not told how ridiculously bogged all the pitches were so ended up stuck in the mud in my car. I told reception who were very laid back about it and I waited an hour with two very bored children to be towed out by a tractor. During this time many people arrived so all the best pitches were taken by the time I got into the next field. I got bogged again as i had to travel to the back of the field and I saw many others in the same situation.
Finally I found a spot and my friends arrived. We struggled to find places to pitch due to the thick clay like mud which was all boggy.
When we were finally pitched up we got a campfire going (major bonus point here) and had a lovely evening. The site was nice and quiet and there were no problems sleeping. The next day we got up and as it had rained again the mud was even worse. We were all covered - the kids loved it but it was a nightmare to be honest. There was barely any washing facilities and this thick clay like mud was everywhere! I started to go mad after about 24 hours as did the other mum with me although we tried to chill and the kids did really enjoy themselves.
We walked to the local pub twice and had some lovely food there and respite from the cold and wet - definitely make a point of going there during your stay.
Anyway I was glad to leave. The mud and lack of facilities were too much for me and I was not a fan of the site at all.