Frequently asked questions
Is there electricty inside the tents?
No. For safety reasons, we do not have electricty in the tents.
Is the parking close? Can we reach our tent by car?
No, we have a carpark close by to the tents, which is accessible through the Lillian Field and over a small bridge. If you require more parking, please get in touch with us before your arrival to arrange this.
1 car per tent.
Is breakfast provided?
A breakfast hamper can be ordered in advance of your stay. Please see our 'Local Produce' page to order. It consists of:
Brick House Farm Sausages
Teme Valley Dairy Glass Bottle Milk
Are fires allowed?
Each tent has an area where you can have a fire. There are old tractor wheels which you can light a fire in, and there only!! These can also be used for BBQ's. Also, glamping accommodation comes with an outdoor cooking area.
Is the bell tent really waterproof?
Yes. It has a thick, durable groundsheets sewn into the sides with a 3-inch lip to ensure there are no leaks. What’s more, it’s erected on an individual decking platform, so it’s raised off the ground.
Does the glamping accommodation include cookers, kettles and fridges?
Each glamping site comes with its own mini camping kitchen. The cooking equipment includes a small gas stove, and a kettle. The cooker is in an outdoor covered area.
What is the distance from the glamping accommodation to the toilets and showers?
Each Glamping Tent has their own facilities about 20 yards from the Bell Tents. The shared camping facilities are in the same field as the 3 camping pitches, ranging from 20 yards to 100 yards depending on which pitch you choose. The Rice Box in which the toilet and shower is situated is in the Evelyn Field. It is about 20 yards from the shower and toilet block for each tent.
What bedding is provided and what do I need to bring?
We provide bedding for our double beds, and for children bed rolls are provided, but please bring your own sleeping bags.
You will need to bring towels.
Even when we’re lucky with the weather, it can get chilly when the sun goes down, so please make sure you’ll be cosy at night, but there are hot water bottles, and a log burning stove to keep you warm.
What else should I bring besides towels?
The most useful items like tea towels, dishcloths, bin bags, washing up liquid are provided. But we do reccomend that you bring a torch which is handy for walking through the campsite at night.
You will also need to bring shower gel, shampoo and toiletries. We provide soap and washing up liquid.
Can I bring candles and tea lights?
No naked flames are allowed in any of the glamping accommodation.
How do I make a booking?
Please go to the booking page. Alternatively, contact us at firstname.lastname@example.org or call 07773 013364.
Are dogs allowed?
Unfortunately we do not allow dogs in our bell tents.
What are the check in and out times?
Check in - 4pm
Check out - 9.30am
Check in - 2pm
Check out - 12pm