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FAQ

See below for a list of frequently asked questions: 

What do you provide and what should we pack?

Camping and pre-pitched rainbow tents 

For the camping option, you obviously need to bring your own tent :) although sleeping under the stars is lovely too!

There's no need to bring a tent if you've booked one of our lovely pre-pitched rainbow tents. 

We provide eco-toiletteries for the showers, washing up liquid, loo roll and tea and coffee making facilities. 

You should bring everything else that you need for a fun camping trip.

Something to sleen on / in, something to cook on, to eat with, to sit at, to keep food cold in etc.. you get the drift :) think wild camping.

We also suggest you pack a torch, warm clothes, sensible shoes, long trousers, suncream, sunhat, plenty fo clothes changes for muddy kids, suitable shoes for stream paddling. 

Stylish bell tent glamping only 

It's probably best to tell you what we provide first :)

  • duvets and pilllows

  • tea and coffee - you can make this on the gas stove in the Hideout 

  • BBQ and picnic bench (with umbrella)

  • shampoo, conditioner and body wash

  • toilet roll and kitchen roll

  • tea towels for washing up 

  • marshmallows for the camp fire 

  • firewood for the communal fire pit 

  • We also provide a frying pan, a saucepan and some utensils for you to cook eggs etc on the hob. 

  • board games and a selection of books

  • mugs and plastic cups

  • salt, pepper and oil 

  •  a cooler box for each bell tent and ice blocks

  • BBQ tools, plates, cups, cutlery and plastic glasses

  •  a torch

  • a limited number of fresh eggs for breakfast 

What should I pack?

  • bedding and towels - pillow cases, sheets and pillows

  • bags of ice if you want to keep drinks extra cool

  • warm clothes 

  • sensible shoes 

  • long trousers (we have stinging nettles about in areas)

  • extra blankers / hot water bottle if you feel the cold 

  • all food and drink 

  • milk for tea and coffee 

  • spare clothes for the kids who will inevitably get muddy

  • beach shoes or crocs for paddling in stream

  • suncream 

  • sun hat

  • battery pack to charge phone 

  • a sense of adventure  

Can I charge my phone?

We recommend you take a little digital detox while staying with us, but we know this isn't always possible, so we do provide a few battery packs for charging phones in the communal Hideout. It might be worth bringing your own portable phone charger battery too though, just in case they are in use! We are generally off-grid, so best to leave your other electrical devices at all. You'll be having too much fun to think about them anyway. 

Can I bring a dog / pet? 

As we are a working farm, dogs and other pets are not permitted to stay, or visit. We're very sorry about this. 

What animals do you have? 

We have chickens, ducks, alpacas, goats, bees and horses. We will have scheduled animal feeding times and alpaca walking times and you will get to meet the baby alpacas (cria)! I am afraid that we do not allow horse riding, as this is too risky for us and we are not registered as a riding school. We recommend that you keep a safe distance from the bee hives. 

What time is check in / check out? 

Check in is between 4pm and 6pm and check out is by 11am. This must be strictly adhered to, so that we have enough time for cleaning / changeovers and to also to ensure that we are able to have some family time - feed our own little ones and get them to bed etc. For late check-ins after 6pm we will need to charge a fee of £50. When you check out, you are welcome to leave your bags in your car and take a walk / say goodbye to the animals. 

Can I have friends visit me for the day while I stay? 

Unless you have booked the site for exclusive use, we are afraid not. We have chosen to keep the site small and family friendly. However, we'd love you to encourage your friends to book and come along with you though. 

Will you look after my children? 

Nice try :) whilst we absolutely love to spend time with families visiting, we are not a registered childcare service.  We love spending time with all the families who visit, but you'll need to ensure they are well supervised. 

Do you have a first aid kit? 

Yes we have a first aid kit in the Hideout, but please bring any medicine that you may need. 

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