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Facilities

We offer a natural camping experience as far as we can.  Cars remain in the yard and your camping gear is transported to your chosen site.

Campfires are encouraged, you can collect fallen wood from an area of woodland or buy logs and kindling.

There is a well-water standpipe in each field and mains drinking water in the farmyard.

There are two family shower rooms with WCs in the farm yard for your use during daylight hours.  To make life easier for young and old alike, particularly at night, we provide a toilet tent and portable WC in each field which are cleaned daily.

Well-behaved dogs are welcomed. There are sheep on the farm and so close control must be exercised and all mess cleared up.

We do not have specific accommodation for disabled campers but contact us and we will help if we can.

Hay bales to sit on

Firewood and woodchip kindling

Local OS maps

If there are any items you would like us to provide, please ask.

Daily delivery of milk and bread can be ordered

New-laid free range eggs from local smallholdings

Seasonal vegetables and fruit from the garden  as available

Charges

Adults £10

Children (5-16) £3

Dogs £2

15% non-refundable deposit to be paid by bank transfer on booking   —  The balance to be paid by bank transfer 5 days before arrival

Or Cash on Arrival

Conditions

We aim to make your holiday as peaceful and enjoyable as possible and so would ask that you to respect your fellow campers, the flora and fauna, both wild and farmed, and the facilities. Anyone who spoils the enjoyment of others may be required to leave.

Deposit is non-refundable.

Cars can be parked in the farmyard or in the lambing shed, but not in the fields.  We are happy to transfer your camping gear to your chosen pitch when you arrive. Please let us know your ETA.

A camp is not a camp without a campfire, so please collect fallen wood and kindling and enjoy. Be sensible, fire can be dangerous and easily spread out of control – so take care where you light it. Try to use established fire sites if you can.

The habitat areas are wild so take care, nettles and brambles abound, as do boggy bits.

There are a limited number of pitches in each location but we cannot guarantee that you will have the site to yourself.

We may need to change the location of pitches in difficult weather conditions.