We currently have 41 indoor bed spaces (with room for several camp beds or mattresses on the floor for ‘indoor camping’- glamping) and with all the land we have virtually unlimited camping opportunities. Additional indoor accommodation is under construction in the form of Timber Lodges around the camping field. These will ultimately increase our ‘family’ capabilities as well as increase indoor accommodation to around 100 and will come over the next couple of years.

We can accommodate 41 people as follows (Up to 50 with mattresses on the floor and camp beds). Accommodation Layout diagrams are available to help with you planning: Ground Floor | First Floor.

Ground floor (16 Beds)

Three Rooms containing beds as follows:

  • One room with 4 sets of bunks (8 beds)
  • One room with 2 sets of bunks (4 beds)
  • One room with 2 set of bunks (4 beds) and en-suite wet room and toilet facilities suitable for a wheel-chair user.

The room is currently made up with bunk beds available for the able-bodied in the event of your group not needing it for a wheel-chair user. If required, one or both sets of bunks in this room can be converted to single beds if guests with disabilities require them.

Adjacent to this room are two toilets, two showers and a wash-basin room for the able-bodied.

First Floor (25 Beds)

Six rooms containing beds as follows:

  • Three rooms with 3 single beds and a bunk bed (5 beds)
  • Two rooms with 2 single beds (2 beds)
  • One room with 3 Bunk Beds for (6 beds)
  • On this floor are 3 toilets, 3 showers, and a washroom.


All rooms on the ground floor of the accommodation block, including the dining room, kitchen and 2 other rooms, are fully accessible to standard wheelchair users. One of the bedrooms has a ‘wet room’ designed for disabled use. The sports barn and the conference centre are likewise accessible and there is a stairlift fitted to allow access to the Chill Out Zone. The rest of the facility is in or around the fields surrounding the main block and access would be restricted only by the softness of the soil following rains. some of the activities are by nature inaccessible to disabled users. Please feel free to contact us to discuss any special arrangements you might have or arrange for a visit to view the site for yourself if disabled access is required.

Central Heating

The indoor accommodation, the chillout zone, the conference centre and the toilet block are heated between October and April inclusive but the Sports Barn is an open facility and as such has no heating.