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Happy Campers

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We love what we do at Birds and Bees and we hope you will to, but please read campers notes before booking your stay, by booking, you agree to adhere to our Campers Notes.

Not every campsite is the same and we’re really proud to think ours is quite different to most.  By understanding our Campers Notes it will help to maintain our wonderful setting that Nature has created for you.

 

Finding and Reserving Your Pitch

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Please book your stay with using our ‘Book Your Stay‘ page

You will find the dates available and be able to pay through our secure server, using PayPal.

Payment is required at the time of booking your stay.

We will confirm your booking via email once payment has been received by us.

If for any reason you need to cancel your stay, please allow us at least 4 weeks notice and we can offer a 75% refund.

Arrival & Departure

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Check in is from 3:30pm until 6:30pm (and until 7:00 pm on Fridays) and checkout on your last day is between 9am – 11am. If you require our assistance between these hours please call one of the family on 01728 573563.

When you arrive you will wind you way up our 1/4 mile driveway, although you won’t see them, the camping pitches are all around you so please keep to the 10 mph speed limit.

When you reach the top of the drive follow the signs to the Sunken Car Park.  Leave your car and pop up to Reception at the Beehive.  We can then help you find your pitch and transport your gear if needed.

When it’s finally time to leave us please leave your pitch as you found it, if you need help with your gear just give us a call.  If you’ve had any extras during your stay please pop into Reception before leaving and settle up.

The Small Print

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For your own safety and to maintain the ethos of our campsite we ask you to please adhere to the following during your stay:

Maximum of 6 people aged 5+ (max 4 adults) per pitch.

Only 2 tents per pitch please

No cars are allowed on the camping fields and must be left in the car park while you are at the campsite

Please stick to the pathways, which are clearly marked and also shown on our map.

Please stay on the mown path to and from your camping pitch

Please stay away from any watercourses & ditches

No kites allowed

Parents are responsible for their children at all times

To keep the site as peaceful as possible, no day visitors are allowed

In the interest of other campers and wildlife, regrettably, no dogs allowed.

Firewood is available to buy from reception, but the collection of wood from around the site is strictly prohibited.

Sorry no loud or amplified music and please keep all noise minimal after 10.00pm

Please pick up and dispose of your litter, there is a recycling point at the Beehive

Our campsite is very natural creating an abundance of wild plants and insects around the campsite, it’s our advice that you do not touch or eat anything unfamiliar. We cannot accept responsibility for any type of illness or accident as a result of bites or stings or from touching or eating poisonous plants.

As with all outdoor activities there is a risk of lyme’s disease from ticks, to familiarise yourself with this please view:

http://www.nhs.uk/Conditions/Lyme-disease/Pages/Introduction.aspx

 

To reduce the risk of fire:

Cooking and the use of candles or other naked flames within tents is prohibited

Do not pitch your tent within 2 m of the fire area on your pitch

No smoking is allowed at Birds and Bees Campsite except in the designated smoking area (the car park)

No fireworks, Chinese lanterns or any type of remote controlled thingamabob are allowed

Please only light your fire where it has been previously burnt on your pitch, do not relocate the fire pit.

 

Last but not least:

You are responsible for any damages that you or your party make around the site.

We will not be held responsible or liable for any accident, loss or damage to persons, vehicles, tents or contents during your stay.

We reserve the right to ask anyone who is not adhering to any of the above or is not being considerate to our environment and fellow campers to politely leave.