Sorry, we are not licenced for caravans or trailer tents.
Yes and no. Unfortunately we cannot accept motorhomes or converted van type campers. We are able to accommodate smaller campervans or the VW / Bongo size. Please note that there is no servicing point for chemical loos and waste must be taken away. If it is poured into the compost loos it will kill the system and anyone caught doing this will be liable for the pumping out charges.
When there is awedding on at the farm the South Campsite is closed to campers and is available for wedding guests only. We keep the North campsite open for campers if you still wish to camp. We will always let you know if there is a wedding on at the farm on your chosen dates, and you can check the current dates here
If there is a wedding on it means that there is no access to the farm and the bar will not be open. There is a separate gate for access to the North site and the only facilities that are available are the outdoor gas heated showers, compost loos and washing up hut.
There is also likely to be music audible from the farm, and although there is some distance to buffer this you should be aware that you will probably hear it. Amplified music is allowed at weddings until 12.30 am at which point we will ask for it to be turned down.
Because the campsite is used for grazing cattle over the winter we only open from the end of May Bank Holiday to the end of September.
Yes, you can bring up to 2 dogs with you at no extra cost. We do have a few rules that we ask you to stick to though. They must be on leads at all times on the site unless you are on the beach and please bring bags to pick up waste. We will ask anyone to leave if these aren't adhered to. We also ask you not to bring dog into the farm unless the bar is open in the paddock, in which case please keep them on leads.
It's basic! We love that our site is next to a lovely beach and we deliberately keep it as low key as possible. Everything that goes up for the camping season comes back down again in September and the land goes back to grazing from October to March. This means it is completely off grid with composting loos, and basic shower huts with gas showers. The showers are usually hot but if it is a windy day they can be temperamental! There are a couple of field shelters with cold drinking water and washing up sinks. What we do have is non commercial camping right next to an unspoilt stretch of sandy beach.
We're sorry but as we are a livestock farm we have taken the decision not to allow dogs in the bunkhouse or on the glamping and camping sites.