We have just spent 3 days in one of the camping pods at this site. We were immediately struck by how peaceful and attractive the grounds were. The advantage of staying in a pod compared to camping was obvious on our first night as we lay snug and dry inside while the rain hammered down outside. The footpaths are all paved, so no traipsing through wet grass to reach the toilet block. The kitchen facilities are fairly limited, with just a fridge, microwave, sink and kettle, but you can hire fire pits or barbeques from the friendly helpful owners, or take your own camping stove to use outside. A wooden camping table would be a useful addition or more work surface in the kitchen. There is just one (clean, hot) shower and two toilets to serve both pods, so there could be queues if both pods were full.
From the site, you can walk on quiet lanes and through the woods to a walled garden nearby or do longer countryside walks into the surrounding hills. A short drive takes you to the coast. We don't fish so I can't comment on that aspect, but we did see and hear fish jumping in the lakes and we saw a kingfisher swooping across the water as well as the owners' ducks (eggs for sale) waddling around.
I wouldn't recommend the site for parents with small children as there is too much open water and too many hidey holes to keep a close eye on them. Otherwise this is a lovely place to stay for anyone wanting a quiet break at a reasonable cost.
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