Do you have a question?

If you’ve got a question, then we’ve collated all of the questions we receive before people come glamping in Herefordshire. Please browse below. We’ve divided the questions into questions about the site, how to get there, things to do and booking your stay.

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Practicalities On-Site

We have a lost property box in the site, where we will keep all the lost items after our guest leave the site.

We are unable to send items back to customers. If we find it, we are happy to keep it until you come to collect it.

We keep items for 1 month before disposing of them.

They are about 10-15 meters away from each other.
Enough for privacy but close enough if you’re staying as a group.

You can see the map below which shows the layout of the site. The orange line shows the route from the entrance to the glamping area. The orange star shows where the toilet and shower facilities are.

Yes, there is a communal fridge that you can use.

Inside you’re safe from the wet. We’ve ensured that they are all water-tight.

Outside is another story… remind me why we live in the UK again?!

No, there are heaters and blankets. We provide enough to keep you warm, but remember it is still camping.

We don’t want to sound like your mum, but you should still probably bring a few layers for outside.

Goodness no! We’re all about disconnecting. You’ll be pleased to hear there’s pretty bad phone signal too.

 

No, unfortunately we don’t provide food or breakfast at this time. But we know where serves the best….

Yep, we’ve slept out in the winter and been warm. There’s an electric heater for each tipi. We also provide blankets, so don’t sweat… well maybe *literally* you will.

You bet. There’s sufficient lighting in each tipi.

We don’t provide wood or charcoal for the firepit/BBQ so would recommend bringing some with you if you wish to use these facilities.

We have a trust shop onsite, where you can buy wood for the fire pit.

There’s both a camping stove and a BBQ, per tipi. You lucky sausage.

 

We sure are. We welcome children to bring their parents along….

There is a small brook on-site so we recommend normal supervision, so kids please keep an eye on your parents.

We’re a dog friendly site, however we do ask not to let muddy dogs in the tipis. It is a working farm so you should keep any dogs that are prone to wandering on a lead. We don’t want to scare the cows!

Same rules apply for pet llamas.

Yes, there is electricity in each unit for lighting and 4 plugs.

Yes. We’re hoping you get close to nature… but not that close.

There’s 3 showers and 2 toilets on site, close to the tipis.

We’d recommend you bring:
–       Wellies (we are in the UK after all)
–       Food and drink
–       A USB or laptop with HDMI cable if you don’t want to watch our questionable choice of films
–       Smiles

Here’s what we’ll provide:
–       Camping stove
–       Pots n pans
–       Cutlery, utensils, plates
–       Communal fridge
–       Towels
–       Bedding and blankets
–       A good time

Unfortunately this is not something we offer because we use an external cleaning company that clean our tipis and are unable to facilitate such requests. You’re more than welcome to arrive before the guest you’re looking to surprise and add the banners yourself.

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Getting There

We have a lost property box in the site, where we will keep all the lost items after our guest leave the site.

We are unable to send items back to customers. If we find it, we are happy to keep it until you come to collect it.

We keep items for 1 month before disposing of them.

They are about 10-15 meters away from each other.
Enough for privacy but close enough if you’re staying as a group.

You can see the map below which shows the layout of the site. The orange line shows the route from the entrance to the glamping area. The orange star shows where the toilet and shower facilities are.

Yes, there is a communal fridge that you can use.

Inside you’re safe from the wet. We’ve ensured that they are all water-tight.

Outside is another story… remind me why we live in the UK again?!

No, there are heaters and blankets. We provide enough to keep you warm, but remember it is still camping.

We don’t want to sound like your mum, but you should still probably bring a few layers for outside.

Goodness no! We’re all about disconnecting. You’ll be pleased to hear there’s pretty bad phone signal too.

 

No, unfortunately we don’t provide food or breakfast at this time. But we know where serves the best….

Yep, we’ve slept out in the winter and been warm. There’s an electric heater for each tipi. We also provide blankets, so don’t sweat… well maybe *literally* you will.

You bet. There’s sufficient lighting in each tipi.

We don’t provide wood or charcoal for the firepit/BBQ so would recommend bringing some with you if you wish to use these facilities.

We have a trust shop onsite, where you can buy wood for the fire pit.

There’s both a camping stove and a BBQ, per tipi. You lucky sausage.

 

We sure are. We welcome children to bring their parents along….

There is a small brook on-site so we recommend normal supervision, so kids please keep an eye on your parents.

We’re a dog friendly site, however we do ask not to let muddy dogs in the tipis. It is a working farm so you should keep any dogs that are prone to wandering on a lead. We don’t want to scare the cows!

Same rules apply for pet llamas.

Yes, there is electricity in each unit for lighting and 4 plugs.

Yes. We’re hoping you get close to nature… but not that close.

There’s 3 showers and 2 toilets on site, close to the tipis.

We’d recommend you bring:
–       Wellies (we are in the UK after all)
–       Food and drink
–       A USB or laptop with HDMI cable if you don’t want to watch our questionable choice of films
–       Smiles

Here’s what we’ll provide:
–       Camping stove
–       Pots n pans
–       Cutlery, utensils, plates
–       Communal fridge
–       Towels
–       Bedding and blankets
–       A good time

Unfortunately this is not something we offer because we use an external cleaning company that clean our tipis and are unable to facilitate such requests. You’re more than welcome to arrive before the guest you’re looking to surprise and add the banners yourself.

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Things to do

We have a lost property box in the site, where we will keep all the lost items after our guest leave the site.

We are unable to send items back to customers. If we find it, we are happy to keep it until you come to collect it.

We keep items for 1 month before disposing of them.

They are about 10-15 meters away from each other.
Enough for privacy but close enough if you’re staying as a group.

You can see the map below which shows the layout of the site. The orange line shows the route from the entrance to the glamping area. The orange star shows where the toilet and shower facilities are.

Yes, there is a communal fridge that you can use.

Inside you’re safe from the wet. We’ve ensured that they are all water-tight.

Outside is another story… remind me why we live in the UK again?!

No, there are heaters and blankets. We provide enough to keep you warm, but remember it is still camping.

We don’t want to sound like your mum, but you should still probably bring a few layers for outside.

Goodness no! We’re all about disconnecting. You’ll be pleased to hear there’s pretty bad phone signal too.

 

No, unfortunately we don’t provide food or breakfast at this time. But we know where serves the best….

Yep, we’ve slept out in the winter and been warm. There’s an electric heater for each tipi. We also provide blankets, so don’t sweat… well maybe *literally* you will.

You bet. There’s sufficient lighting in each tipi.

We don’t provide wood or charcoal for the firepit/BBQ so would recommend bringing some with you if you wish to use these facilities.

We have a trust shop onsite, where you can buy wood for the fire pit.

There’s both a camping stove and a BBQ, per tipi. You lucky sausage.

 

We sure are. We welcome children to bring their parents along….

There is a small brook on-site so we recommend normal supervision, so kids please keep an eye on your parents.

We’re a dog friendly site, however we do ask not to let muddy dogs in the tipis. It is a working farm so you should keep any dogs that are prone to wandering on a lead. We don’t want to scare the cows!

Same rules apply for pet llamas.

Yes, there is electricity in each unit for lighting and 4 plugs.

Yes. We’re hoping you get close to nature… but not that close.

There’s 3 showers and 2 toilets on site, close to the tipis.

We’d recommend you bring:
–       Wellies (we are in the UK after all)
–       Food and drink
–       A USB or laptop with HDMI cable if you don’t want to watch our questionable choice of films
–       Smiles

Here’s what we’ll provide:
–       Camping stove
–       Pots n pans
–       Cutlery, utensils, plates
–       Communal fridge
–       Towels
–       Bedding and blankets
–       A good time

Unfortunately this is not something we offer because we use an external cleaning company that clean our tipis and are unable to facilitate such requests. You’re more than welcome to arrive before the guest you’re looking to surprise and add the banners yourself.

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Booking

We have a lost property box in the site, where we will keep all the lost items after our guest leave the site.

We are unable to send items back to customers. If we find it, we are happy to keep it until you come to collect it.

We keep items for 1 month before disposing of them.

They are about 10-15 meters away from each other.
Enough for privacy but close enough if you’re staying as a group.

You can see the map below which shows the layout of the site. The orange line shows the route from the entrance to the glamping area. The orange star shows where the toilet and shower facilities are.

Yes, there is a communal fridge that you can use.

Inside you’re safe from the wet. We’ve ensured that they are all water-tight.

Outside is another story… remind me why we live in the UK again?!

No, there are heaters and blankets. We provide enough to keep you warm, but remember it is still camping.

We don’t want to sound like your mum, but you should still probably bring a few layers for outside.

Goodness no! We’re all about disconnecting. You’ll be pleased to hear there’s pretty bad phone signal too.

 

No, unfortunately we don’t provide food or breakfast at this time. But we know where serves the best….

Yep, we’ve slept out in the winter and been warm. There’s an electric heater for each tipi. We also provide blankets, so don’t sweat… well maybe *literally* you will.

You bet. There’s sufficient lighting in each tipi.

We don’t provide wood or charcoal for the firepit/BBQ so would recommend bringing some with you if you wish to use these facilities.

We have a trust shop onsite, where you can buy wood for the fire pit.

There’s both a camping stove and a BBQ, per tipi. You lucky sausage.

 

We sure are. We welcome children to bring their parents along….

There is a small brook on-site so we recommend normal supervision, so kids please keep an eye on your parents.

We’re a dog friendly site, however we do ask not to let muddy dogs in the tipis. It is a working farm so you should keep any dogs that are prone to wandering on a lead. We don’t want to scare the cows!

Same rules apply for pet llamas.

Yes, there is electricity in each unit for lighting and 4 plugs.

Yes. We’re hoping you get close to nature… but not that close.

There’s 3 showers and 2 toilets on site, close to the tipis.

We’d recommend you bring:
–       Wellies (we are in the UK after all)
–       Food and drink
–       A USB or laptop with HDMI cable if you don’t want to watch our questionable choice of films
–       Smiles

Here’s what we’ll provide:
–       Camping stove
–       Pots n pans
–       Cutlery, utensils, plates
–       Communal fridge
–       Towels
–       Bedding and blankets
–       A good time

Unfortunately this is not something we offer because we use an external cleaning company that clean our tipis and are unable to facilitate such requests. You’re more than welcome to arrive before the guest you’re looking to surprise and add the banners yourself.

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