❈ Etiquette. ❈
Wild camping is about enjoying what is naturally around. You are the guests in the wildlife's environment so have to fit in with them.
We have facilities which include an outside sink for washing up and access to electrical sockets, flush loo's and shower's. Please leave as you would wish to find, we try very hard to keep them clean so please do not shower in your boots ! (Please leave them outside the shower room.)
We do not have football pitches, or playground equipment.
Children need to be supervised at all times out of the camping areas and if using the facilities.
We ask that noise levels are kept to a minimum at dusk (9.30pm) to respect others wishing to have a peaceful evening. (If you have any issues with noise or disturbance then please call us and we can deal with the matter)
upon arrival please report to the farm house before entering the camping area.
Well behaved owners can come with their well behaved dogs, but they must be under full control and on a lead at all times, remember that not everyone likes dogs. The wood is home to many Badger sets, Fox dens and Rabbits warrens. We would ask that all dog mess is bagged and binned.
The standard rule that it is left how you found it and fires must be put out and under control at all times.
Please read the natural layout of the wood and meadow, if the flower got there first then you have to pitch somewhere else. There are many natural clearings throughout giving lots of nooks and crannies to find a secluded spot to have you own hide away.
TAKE YOUR RUBBISH HOME TO RECYCLE, DO NOT DUMP IN OUR NEIGHBOURS BINS OR LEAVE WHERE YOU CHOOSE TO SET UP CAMP THAT IS NOT HOW WILD CAMPING WORKS! RESPECT THE COUNTRYSIDE AND DO NOT LITTER.
ADHEAR TO THE FACILITY RULES ON THE OUTSIDE OF THE UNIT. WE HAVE HAD TO PUT THEM IN PLACE SO WE CAN KEEP THEM OPEN SO YOU CAN USE THEM. THEY ARE VERY SIMPLE BUT EFFECTIVE FOR THE SAFETY OF EVERYONE.