As the camp site has evolved, so has our approach to camping and in recent years we've opted to replace tents for purpose built cabins. This has helped to weatherproof the camp experience and although our guests no longer have to sleep in tents, as far as possible, we hope, the campsite experience continues to emulate the feeling of camping and communal living.

We provide 8 cabins and 4 dorms, each sleeping 10 people, in single sized beds, complete with a sprung mattress.

Where you'll stay



Our four purpose-built dorms each accommodate 10 people, sleeping in single sized bunk beds, complete with a sprung mattress. Campers need to bring their own bedding, including a pillow and either a sheet and duvet (and/or blanket) or sleeping bag. We do not provide bedding.

These dormitories may be divided (as required) into two, by installing a removable partition wall, splitting the dorm into two separate rooms to accommodate one group of (up to) 4 and 6 people, respectively. The dorms benefit from a small bathroom with a toilet and a sink at each end of the unit. Ideal for one large group of 10 or two smaller groups or families.



Our purpose built cabins are insulated and furnished with the basics. In addition to 5 pairs of bunk beds, each cabin includes a folding table and chairs, rug and some limited hanging space.

There is an access door at the back of the cabin, and during long sunny summer days, the front cabin wall may be opened up to create a canopy (see picture).

Campers are required to provide their own bedding. Either a bottom sheet and duvet or a sleeping bag. Remember to bring a pillow. The cabins do have some low level lighting, however you may find bringing your own torch is useful.

  • note cabins do not have bathroom facilities and campers should use the washrooms provided in barn 2, accessible from the camp field.
Tents & Caravans

Tents & Caravans

In addition to the cabins and dorms, some campers choose to bring a caravan or tent to stay in. We are able to accommodate a small number of small tents and provide a limited number of caravan hook up points. There is a chemical toilet disposal point on site. If you would like to bring your caravan or tent to site, please co-ordinate with your camp organiser.

  • In the interests of site safety and to minimise damage to the camp field, we do not allow motor vehicles onto the camp field unless towing a caravan or a motor home. All vehicles, including towing vehicles, must be kept in the car park and not in the camping field.
What should you bring?

What should you bring?

It might help you to bring a few things to camp, from home. Everyone is different, and so the list below isn't everything you might need. Much will depend on the weather, but hopefully this will give you some ideas of what to bring:

  • Sleeping bag or sheet & duvet/blankets
  • Pillow
  • Towel & toiletries (soap, shampoo, toothbrush & toothpaste)
  • A warm fleece or jumper
  • Waterproof jacket
  • Sturdy waterproof shoes (with ankle support)
  • Medicines (please co-ordinate with your first aider)
  • Suncream
  • A torch