We aim to provide a decent ''basecamp''  for the outdoor enthusiast, offering showers, toilets and drying facilities. 

The main campsite facilities are at the cottage near reception and are easily accessible from all pitches on the site, the ''Top'' and ''Lower'' field being more convienient for the showers and drying rooms.

Reception is at the cottage, please call here first to sign in.

Drinking water tap is on new toilet block, it's from a borehole and is fantastic quality, uv treated and as good as any bottled water you'll buy!


Toilets and showers

Located at main reception - we aim to keep our facilities as clean as possible if there is a problem with anything please let us know immediately. 


Centrally heated shower and toilet room. With shaver point in gents.

New shower block with disabled toilet and shower, all showers take £1 coin

(Heating is only on in the colder months, or during cold and wet spells in summer.)

Loo are low volume flush, press taps and our showers are metered as an enviro friendly measure to prevent water waste.


Drying room

Located at main reception, equipped with tumble dryer, this room is heated and has clothes airers and hooks for drying wet over clothes. Small kitchen type area with microwave, fridge and freezer, and electric point for charging phones, blowing up air beds, hairdryer etc. 

Kitchen sink for washing dishes, pots and pans.

Large sink for washing boots or over clothes.

Information on walks in the area and other tourist attractions.


Available to buy on site

Firewood and kindling.

Fresh free range eggs from the farm.

The village is only half a mile away, and has all the groceries/supplies you will need during your stay, we encourage you to support the local community.


Farm activities 

Are seasonal, and some weather dependant, you are welcome to email for more info if interested in coming to stay when we are shearing or lambing etc.

This is  a working farm campsite, we do not provide any type of entertainment or childrens play facilities.

Lambing is during March and april, shearing will be sometime during July.


Mobile phone reception

There is a good mobile phone reception at our campsite, most networks are available, if yours does not work and you need to phone home, or in an emergency etc., you are welcome to use the house phone.

We will charge phones for you in the house, and in return, expect you to drop a donation into the air ambulance box.



Campfires and BBQ'S 

Are allowed, we ask for you to be cautious and sensible when making fires, and to respect the area and other campers by not building fires all over the field, but PLEASE  use the designated areas. Fires must be 6 metres away from your and other campers tents. During windy weather we may not allow campfires due to safety issues.

There is a nightly charge for a campfire, includes one box of wood, usually lasts for  about 2 or 3 hours.

All fires and BBQ's should be allowed to die down before 11pm and be fully extinguished by the time you go to bed.

Do not put hot BBQ's in or near the bin, they must be placed in the steel box provided.

Rules for campfires are displayed in the toilets and laundry room, please read them.




We recycle all rubbish, and we ask for your help by keeping all glass, cans and plastic drinking bottles seperate from the rest of your rubbish. There are seperate bags for plastic, steel cans, cardboard and paper, and any aluminium cans or BBQ''s. 

Please put all you glass in the RED bin provided, squash all your cans and put them  in the large white bags. Squash your plastic bottles too please, they take up less space in the bin.


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