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Terms and Conditions of staying on site

Staying on our site assumes you have read, accepted, and will abide by, our terms and conditions set out below. These terms and conditions are subject to change and are updated frequently, so it is advised that you check back here before your stay. Any camper not abiding by these rules will be asked to leave without any refund.


-We reserve the right to add or change rules as necessary to ensure the safety and enjoyment of all campsite users.

-Please report any accidents/incidents immediately to reception or the person on call (if at night).

-Breathable groundsheets must be used, and we may ask to check the ground beneath your tent/awning if you have been pitched for some time in order to see the condition of the ground and may carry out remedial action if necessary.

-Please cycle/scooter around the site responsibly and slowly.

-Please keep all dogs/pets on short leads while on site. Please take them to toilet off site.

-Supermarket deliveries to the campsite are not permitted.

-The flying of drones on or over the site is not permitted. These are invasive and disruptive to both humans and animals alike.

Arrival and departure

We will start pitching at 10.30am.

You are required to pay for your stay before you pitch, unless otherwise arranged.

You must re-book by 5pm if you are due to leave the following morning, but would like to stay on. We cannot guarantee your pitch if you have not re-booked by this time.

Check out is strictly 10am. This includes all belongings packed away and your vehicle being off site.


We expect every camper to be able to enjoy a calm and peaceful stay. We ask that you are kind and courteous to all campsite users and staff at all times. No stereos, televisions or music through speakers that can be clearly heard by neighbouring campers is permitted. Please use headphones, or have music on at a very low level.

After 10pm music should be off, this includes no acoustic instruments being played too. If you would like to stay up chatting or playing quiet music, please use the firepit in the field below the campsite, ensuring you enter and leave as quietly as possible. Remember that the firepit is not a huge distance away from the site, so loud noises will still be heard and disturb sleeping campers.

Being a quiet site means that we do not allow large groups to stay as this inevitably leads to loud voices when socialising in the evenings. 


Fires & BBQs

Open fires and the burning of wood is strictly forbidden. 

Mindful use of charcoal barbeques are allowed. These need to be raised off the ground/bench with blocks (available here), or have long enough legs that they cannot burn beneath them. If in doubt, please use blocks too.

Do not put HOT barbeques or ashes into the bin. This seems obvious, but happens too often to not mention it.

We have a firepit for campers to use in the field below the site, where wood can be burned. Registration at reception for the use of this is required so that we can explain how to use and where to source water if needed in an emergency.

Campsite rules still apply in this area too.



Day visitors must report to reception. Their vehicle must be parked in the village carpark, not on site. Visitors are not allowed every evening of your stay. If we feel that you or your visitors are taking advantage and are around to frequently, we will ask that you leave without a refund. It is not fair on other campers to be sharing the limited facilities with extra people who are not staying here. Visitors are strictly not permitted to use the shower facilities, even if they use a token purchased by someone already staying on site. If we see this happening, you will also be asked to leave without refund.



Children are very welcome on our site, but your children are your responsibility. 

Please accompany young children when using the facilities. 

Do not allow your children to congregate in groups around the site. This can be intimidating for others.

Do not play loud, intrusive games between or in front of other people’s pitches, so that campers can relax without the fear of being hit by a ball, or the interruptive cheers of an enthusiastic player. 

Electric Car Charging

Vehicles cannot be charged at the hook up points in pitches. This is extremely dangerous and can cause fires as they are not designed for this use.

We have one car charging point available on site for use.

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