Rules & Regulations

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Group Bookings.  

For tents you must not book more than one pitch per booking and single sex groups of 3 or more adults are not permitted, regardless of whether booking one pitch/accommodation or several.  

For all pitches group bookings are not permitted. A group booking counts as two or more pitches booked by the same family or group regardless of whether booked together, separately and/or via different booking channels. The site will not tolerate groups who have booked separately and are later found to have booked for a gathering, particularly if it impacts on the enjoyment and comfort of other guests.  If this occurs, groups will be asked to leave the site without a refund.

This rule applies to all bookings reglardless of whether booked directly with us or via a third party booking provider.

All guests are expected to adhere to health and safety signage around the site, including speed limit signs.

Guests are to be considerate to their neighbors and other visitors. 

Unfortunately our licence agreement does not permit open fires or fire pits.  BBQ’s may be used but the hot part must be raised above the grass.  bricks are available around the site for this if required.

Strictly no smoking in any of the buildings including the self catering accommodation.

Quiet hours are from 11pm to 8am.  During this time no music, media or social gatherings are permitted that can be heard by other guests on site.

Visitors to site must report to reception before visiting guests at our site.  They are to park in the allocated parking area next to reception and not on pitches.

Please respect other peoples’ pitches, and do not cut across them or let your children play around other units which do not belong to you or their friends. 

The Park is for private touring caravans, motor homes and tents for holiday use only, and these must be of an approved design. The maximum length of stay is 14 nights.   Sleeping in cars is not permitted.

Under 18’s must be accompanied by an adult. 

No commercial vehicles, generators or caravans used for long term accommodation are allowed on the Park.  

LPG bottles are not permitted to be left outside of touring units at any time and are to be housed in the appropriate part of the caravan/motor home.

No Arrivals after 9 pm to ensure the comfort of all guests staying on site.  

If booking a hard standing the caravan and awning must go on the gravel area.  Rock pegs are advised for this.  No equipment or cars are to be parked on the amenity grass between hard standings.

A maximum of two dogs per booking are permitted.  Cats are not permitted in any of the self catering accommodation.  Other pets are at the discretion of the site manager and prior permission must be sought.  No animals are permitted in the pet free accommodation.

Dogs should be kept on a lead in the park and not left on site or in accommodation unattended at any time. This is in line with advice provided by the RSPCA that can be found here

Dogs should be exercised off site in the dog walking area at the far end of the Park. We would appreciate if you would clean up any accidents on site, and these should be double-bagged before putting them in our bins. No dogs are allowed in the toilet block, reception, kitchen or children’s play area.

Children are welcome and we hope they enjoy using our play area which is suitable for children from aged 5 and upwards (swings suitable for younger children under strict parental supervision). Parents should note that the park will not accept responsibility for accidents resulting in misuse of the park facilities or lack of supervision of children of any age. 

The ramp on the amenity building is for wheel chair users only and no bicycles, roller blades, or skateboards should be used on it.

Fireworks or the release of balloons and Chinese lanterns is strictly forbidden.

The use of drones is not permitted in the interest of guest privacy.

Paddling Pools or inflatable hot tubs are not permitted.

Electric car charging is not permitted on pitches or using power from your lodge or caravan.  The electricity system is not yet designed for this kind of demand as yet and our costs reflect domestic usage and not car charging.  You would’t expect to get free petrol for a car so the same is equally true for electricity.  There are numerous locations nearby you can charge your car which can be found here.  Anyone caught charging an EV on site will be required to pay a fixed charge of £75.  (the average cost to fill up a small car)

Joy riding on a motor vehicle is prohibited. 

Our toilet block is kept to a very high standard, and your help in keeping it this way is much appreciated. Please consider how you would like to find the facilities when you have finished using them and clean up behind youfr