We do not have formal pitches, so you are able to choose where you camp when you arrive. In order to enhance your experience, we’ve limited the number of guests we allow on the camp site at any one time. This is a large site and with limited guests, this means that you will have plenty of space. You can choose where to camp when you arrive at the site, depending on your needs and where others are camped. Please note if it has been particularly wet then it is best to stay high to avoid getting stuck
Camp fires are an important part of the experience. From 21st June 2018 fires will have to be in firebaskets (supplied) on a limited part of the campsite due to part of the site being an SAM. You can still have fires without a fire basket on the part of the field that is not an SAM. A map showing this will be in the camping kitchen. You can bring your own firewood, or buy it from us. We charge £4 per bag of wood.
The moat is surrounded by trees, which ensures that you can camp in the shade if you wish to.
You can pitch your tent according to the view you would like to wake up to, whether this is the moat, valley, woods, or the church and the village.
You can also choose your proximity to the moat, depending on how close you want to be to the wildlife.
You can also choose how close or far away your want to be from the kitchen and the loos. The only place we have no camping is on the ride side of the moat (when you come in) where there are clear signs saying "no camping this side of the moat"
We allow cars on site, to make it easier for you to access your belongings and set up.
We do allow small campervans. We have one electric hook up on the driveway and this is on a first come first served basis. We are hoping to increase this. These are the specifications from the council
"Small camper vans are permitted and shall not exceed a weight of 3.5 tons, shall not have twin rear axles and shall not measure more than 6.25m in length, 2.22m in width and 2.77m in height when closed"