We took the bus here for a weekend during August 2011, few other bays were there as well. Only opens for the month of August each year see their website www.eweleaze.co.uk Advertised on their website as a small organic farm, but this makes for a large campsite spread across numerous fields, this is a big business venture now. as you come over the hill and spy the campsite for the first time you fel that you have arrived at a festival, albeit one without the stage/music. Some fields are not particularly level and slope quite a lot restricting where you can camp, unless of course you like rolling down the hill in the night. Due to the size and number of people on site it was busier and noisier than we were expecting, it was OK but not the small and quiet farm we had prepared ourselves for. There is a shop selling organic farm produce, beers, bread compared to a supermarket was expensive, toilets were a mix of flushing and wood chip ones. Showers were some way away and never used. there are also some animals for the children to see and touch and a pizza, pie and chips take away wagen. Open fires permitted wood sold at £3.50 per bag. Baz.