For those of you for whom glamping sounds daunting, fear not, we’ve got you covered! Each of our unique stays has been carefully created to give you ultimate comfort within a tranquil, peaceful setting. Considered interiors reflect the stillness of the surrounding countryside, creating a calm, restorative ambiance.
A: Glamping is a combination of ‘glamourous’ and ‘camping’. As the name suggests, it blends the fun and excitement of camping in the great outdoors with the luxury of a hotel or cottage stay.
A: The main difference between camping and glamping is the facilities available. Camping may mean pitching your own tent, cooking outside and sharing a bathroom block. Meanwhile, many glamping sites have facilities such as real beds, running water, cooking facilities and heating and private bathrooms to make your stay comfortable.
Part of what makes glamping popular is that a lot of the necessities are already provided for you. This means you don’t need to pack bedding, cooking equipment, etc. For a list of what you do need, make sure to read our what’s provided information.
A: The price you see is the price you pay, there are no hidden costs. This price includes all bed linen (pillow covers, duvet covers and bed sheets), bath towels, hand and tea towels and beds made up on arrival. Also included is a firepit which doubles up as a BBQ, plus wood for the duration of your stay. Wood can be used on the outdoor firepit/BBQ or used on the log burner which is your heat source and one of your cooking sources.
A: Simply, our main rules are:
~ no smoking of anything, including e-cigarettes, within the accommodation
~ no parties | events
~ no extra guests allowed onsite unless previously agreed by and arranged with us
~ no photo shoots
~ children must be supervised at all times
~ dogs must be kept on leads
~ please ensure you leave all gates as you find them
~ please respect the wildlife and birds which live share our farm
A: Yes but we do ask guests to not allow dogs on the furniture or bedding. Please ensure they are under control and on a lead at all times – you are in a livestock area and farmers will not be happy if their stock is disturbed.
A: Wold of your own’s standard check-in time is from 16:00 p.m. until 20:00 p.m.
The check-out time is 10:00 a.m.
If you wish to amend these times you must arrange this with us in advance of your stay and be amenable to the resulting surcharge. We reserve the right to make a surcharge for a departure which is later than ten minutes from the agreed checkout time, as this adversely impacts the quality of our preparations for the next incoming guest.
A: Yes, all our stays are solar powered and have electrical connection and sockets.
A: No as an off-grid destination we are NOT connected to the mains water supply. Fresh drinking water is supplied.
A: Yes, but we encourage you to fully immerse yourself in our beautiful surroundings by switching off from digital connections.
A: Yes, but all our stays are set away from the road and we keep there exact location secret. Once you have made a booking with us which is fully paid, we will forward you a welcome document that includes full details of your site and instructions on how to find us.
A: A dry composting toilet, is a waterless toilet system that separates the excreta. With the aid of a separating insert or separator, liquid is separated from solid waste and collected in a separate container. Urine is fed into a container at the front, while faeces and toilet paper end up in a solids container in the rear area, where they are covered with litter after each toilet visit. This removes liquids from solid matter and at the same time prevents formation of unpleasant odours. We then compost the faeces and store the urine for a time until they can be used as compost and fertiliser.
A: No, not without prior consent from us in advance of your stay and you must be amenable to the resulting surcharge.
A: A fridge and small ice box is provided inside the accomidation