In order for things to run smoothly, we need to have rules.
*We insist on strict arrival and departure times due to the narrow approach road. NO EARLY ARRIVALS ACCEPTED. Arrival after 1.30pm; Departures before 11am (all vehicles)
*On entering the park, all guests and visitors are to park opposite the Reception Building on the main Car Park, allowing room for others who may be arriving at the same time.
*Only one car per pitch. Please ask visitors to park their car in the reception car park (Max. 6 visitors/pitch). Visitors will be charged £1 per person. If entering the park after 11 pm please park in the reception car park.
*No 6 metre tents or over. Please let us know the size of your tent as we are unable to accept bookings without this information. It may not always be possible to book adjacent tent pitches, especially during High Season, as they are allocated on a first come, first served basis.
*No large parties or noise after 11pm.
*All caravans, tents and motorhomes must be pitched by dusk or 9.00 pm whichever is earlier.
*Dogs must be kept on a short lead and exercised on the “Dog Walk” (see Site Plan under “The Park”). Owners must clear up after their dogs using the Fido bins provided. Dogs must not be left on the park when their owners are out.
*The play area closes at dusk or 8.00 pm whichever is earlier.
*The games room closes at 10.30 pm.
*Cyclists, please keep to the roadways and be careful of pedestrians. In the interest of safety do not cycle round the park after dusk or 8.00 pm whichever is earlier.
*Please keep your pitch tidy and place gas bottles out of public view, no washing lines are to be used. Place all rubbish in bins provided.
*The washing and drying machines can be used between 8.00 am and 7.00 pm. No pet blankets to be washed. Tokens are available from reception during office hours. No duvets or sleeping bags in the washing machines – they are for domestic use only.
*The guest house is for non-smoking adults only.
*No commercial vehicles or gazebos on any pitch.
*No pup tents to be sited alongside caravans.