Our Orchard Campsite is nestled in the heart of the Bride Valley alongside the meandering River Bride. We offer adults only rustic camping for the best part of the year, allowing the perfect place to get together with friends, unwind and allow time to slow. One for those who appreciate the simple things in life and the beauty of their surroundings. The weekends do get busy and lively over both campsites. If quieter camping is what you’re looking for it’s highly recommended to book your stay from Sunday to Thursday. The Orchard is only suitable for small groups, small campervans (no motor-homes or twin axle caravans).
Our Mead Campsite is located on the other side of the bridge and has easier access for larger and higher camping vehicles. There’s no marked pitches but plenty of space so groups can camp together. There’s composting toilets, water points and waste bins but no electric. Welcome to rustic camping!
The Orchard and Mead Campsites open April to October.
Before booking or making enquiries please read the following:
Q: Can I bring my dog?
A: Yes, providing he or she is well behaved, under control at all times and not on the dangerous dogs list.
Q: Are children allowed?
A: No, The Orchard and The Mead campsites are strictly over 18’s.
Q: What’s the difference between The Orchard and The Mead campsites?
A: The Orchard has a lot of trees and therefore suited to smaller camper-vans (and tents) with tighter access from Bredy Lane. The Mead is a large meadow, accommodates larger vehicles and is easily accessed from Bredy Road.
Q: What’s the ground and drainage like?
A: Flat and generally good.
Q: Are there marked pitches?
Q: Can I camp where I like?
A: Yes, except large groups which must be at the far end of The Mead.
Q: Can I play loud music all night & shout a lot?
A: No, all volumes must be minimised from midnight onwards.
Q: Is there a designated quiet camping area?
A: No but the near ends are generally quieter.
Q: Do you have shower and toilet facilities?
A: Yes, we have composting toilets in The Mead, portable toilets in The Orchard as well as flushing toilets and coin operated showers on the farm.
Q: Is there drinking water on site?
Q: Do you take group bookings?
A: Yes, maximum of six bookings at a time (via our website) and providing Government regulations regarding Covid 19 are adhered to as well as the campsite terms and conditions.
Q: Are fires and BBQ’s allowed?
A: Yes, providing they are off the ground.
Q: Do you sell bags of logs?
A: Yes, from The Cider Shed.
Q: Can I buy takeaway cider?
A: Yes, from The Cider Shed
Q: Can I charge my phone or laptop somewhere?
A: Yes, from the Cider Shed.
Q: Is there WiFi available on the campsite?
A: No, but there is guest WiFi at The Parlour restaurant.
Q: Do you hire fire pits?
A: No, we have some complimentary fire-pits on both campsites but it is recommended to bring your own.
Q: Do you accept twin axle caravans and large motor-homes?
A: Yes, on The Mead campsite.
Q: Do you have electric hook up?
Q: Do you have chemical waste disposal?
Q: Are there check-in / check-out times?
A: Arrive anytime, check in at The Shed between 11am-10pm. Check-out by 12 midday Thursday – Saturday and by 3pm Sunday – Wednesday.
Q: Can I cancel or rearrange my booking?
Q: Can I get a refund?
Q: Will I be charged for rearranging my booking?
A: Yes, there is a £10 administration fee.
Q: Will there be live music?!
A: We have live music events most weekends and at least three festivals over the summer.
Q: I’ve booked camping and want to know if I can book a table or a takeaway from The Parlour Restaurant?
A: Yes, but you’ll need to book in advance and contact them directly: 01308 897899 / firstname.lastname@example.org
Q: I’ve booked tickets for one of your festivals but want to camp in The Orchard or The Mead.. not in the festival arena.. can I do this?
A: Festival tickets include camping within the festival arena only. If you would like to camp in The Orchard or Mead it’s extra.
If your question has not been answered above, better call Paul, he’ll be happy to help! 07442 003293
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