FAQS

GLAMPING

Can I bring my dog?

Small dogs are welcome but we ask that you keep them on a lead whilst on site, and promptly clear up any mess. Cedar Valley is located on an active farming and shooting estate, surrounded by wildlife, including runner ducks, chickens, hares, deer, pheasants and partridges – even the best behaved dogs may be tempted! We also ask that dogs do not sleep or sit on the chairs or bed. There is a £25 fee per pet per stay.

What is the largest group that your glamping accommodation can sleep?

Firs and the Cowshed both sleep up to 5 people, whilst Oaks sleeps 4 people (with 2 on a mezzanine level – not advisable for children younger than 6). You are also welcome to book Firs and Cowshed together for a larger gathering as they are in the same field. There is a safari tent between Oaks and Firs which may be used as a communal area for an additional fee.

Do you host weddings?

Yes we do. The field that Oaks, The Cowshed and Firs are located in is available for exclusive hire as your wedding venue.  Marquees can be erected and services hired to create your dream wedding day. Please contact us for more information.

Is your glamping accommodation easily accessible?

There is parking on a woodchipped area adjacent to Firs, Oaks and The Cowshed. Parking for Cedars and Woodland cabins is a short walk from the cabins along a woodland path. All cabins have steps up to the doors, and the doors are standard widths.

Is your glamping accommodation overlooked?

Cedars and Woodland nestled in secluded spots on the edge of woodland, with stunning views down the valley. Firs, Oaks and The Cowshed are located in the same field, but still offer plenty of privacy with screening and sufficient distance between the glamps. Betty is situated in a remote spot on the farm, with beautiful views and some resident runner ducks and chickens!

Does your glamping accommodation have electricity?

Yes.

Does your glamping accommodation have a fridge and freezer?

Yes. There is a well equipped kitchen with a worktop for food preparation, a gas hob, a sink with hot running water and a small fridge and freezer.

Where can I park?

There is parking on a woodchipped area adjacent to Firs, Oaks and The Cowshed. Parking for Cedars and Woodland cabins is a short walk from the cabins along a woodland path.

Can I book for one night?

We do not usually accommodate one night stays but please do contact us with your enquiry to see if we can make a dispensation.

Is there WIFI?

No, but there is good 4G coverage across the site.

CAMPING

Can I have a fire?

You are welcome to bring a fire bowl, or have a fire on a pre-used fire pit near your pitch or on a communal fire pit in the center of the field, but please do not burn new holes in the grass. We run a pitch-to-pitch firewood delivery service in the evenings. It is £10 per bag of firewood and the last delivery is at around 7 pm. Additional bags of firewood will be left beside the bathroom block for any late arrivals and we ask that cash be left in the honesty box.

Do you have electric hookups?

Sadly we do not offer electric hookups.

Can I bring a motorhome or caravan?

Sadly we cannot accommodate motorhomes or caravans.

Can I bring my campervan?

Yes that is no problem.

What facilities do you have on site?

We have bathroom cabins which house showers, basins and proper loos! We also provide a covered sink area for washing up.

Can I play music?

Please feel free to play quiet music beside your pitches until 9pm, when we ask that children return to their pitches and the campsites are quiet. We welcome fun and laughter, but please be considerate of other campers at all times, and especially in the evenings.

Can I book for one night?

We do not usually accommodate one night stays but please do contact us with your enquiry to see if we can make a dispensation.

Do you have a restaurant or bar?

We have an amazing onsite café, bar, and restaurant called The Dell. With a relaxed family atmosphere, we serve our customers delicious coffee and homemade cakes in our cafe, as well as wood-fired pizzas, and a great assortment of local beers, ciders, and other beverages.

Can I bring my dog?

Small dogs are welcome but we ask that you keep them on a lead whilst on site, and promptly clear up any mess. Cedar Valley is located on an active farming and shooting estate, surrounded by wildlife, including runner ducks, chickens, hares, deer, pheasants and partridges – even the best behaved dogs may be tempted! Dogs are chargeable at £4 per night.