Frequently asked questions

Covid-19 amendment/cancellation policy

If regional or national rules are put in place that prevent you travelling to us, or prevent us accepting guests, we will do our best to change the dates of your stay. If we are not able to find dates that work for you we will offer a full refund.

Any cancellations or amendments that are not directly related to Covid rules are dealt with according to our normal cancellation policy (please see our Terms and conditions).

Full price list

The Nook
Season Midweek (Sun-Thurs) Weekend (Friday & Saturday)
Low £155 £170
Medium £175 £190
High £185 £199
Bank holiday £199

 

The Coop
Season Midweek (Sun-Thurs) Weekend (Friday & Saturday)
Low £155 £165
Medium £165 £175
High £175 £185
Bank holiday £185

 

The Old Oak
Season Midweek (Sun-Thurs) Weekend (Friday & Saturday)
Low £250 £300
Medium £275 £315
High £300 £330
Bank holiday £330

 

The Trap
Season Midweek (Sun-Thurs) Weekend (Friday & Saturday)
Low £155 £165
Mid £165 £175
High £175 £185
Bank holiday £185

Our standard booking rules are 2 night minimum stay, with check-in days Wednesdays, Fridays and Sundays.

Where you wish to book in on a different day you will not be able to do so using our online booking system – please contact us and if we are able to accommodate your booking we will place it manually.

We occasionally release single night stays where we have had a late cancellation. These cannot be booked via our online system. Please contact us for a single night stay and if we are able to accommodate your booking we will place it manually. Please note that single night stays incur the following premiums on the nightly rate for the relevant season:

The Old Oak – £50
The Trap – £30
The Nook – £30
The Coop – £30

 

Season dates
2021
Low 02/01/2021 25/03/2021
High 26/03/2021 11/04/2021
Mid 12/04/2021 27/05/2021
High 28/05/2021 31/08/2021
Mid 01/09/2021 31/10/2021
Low 01/11/2021 16/12/2021
Mid 17/12/2021 01/01/2022

Can I stay for just one night?

In order to maximise our hideaways we have a minimum two night stay policy. Occasionally cancellations will mean we make a hideaway available for a single night stay at short notice.

What is the earliest we can check in?

3pm is the earliest guests are able to check in. On those occasions where a guest is staying for a single night we allow a 2:30pm check in.

What is the latest we can check out?

11am is the latest guests are able to check out. After this you are welcome to leave your car on-site while going for a short walk, etc, though we ask that guests have left the site by 1:30pm.

On those occasions where a guest is staying for a single night we allow an 11:30am check out.

How do we check in?

We operate self check in, so once you arrive on the farm you should follow the signs to your hideaway and the parking area. Once you have parked you will find the keys in the front door of your hideaway.

How do we check out?

We have self check out, so all you need to do is leave the keys in the front door when you leave.

What do you provide in each space?

In all hideaways we provide soap, shampoo & conditioner, toilet paper, towels, bed linen, blanket, pillows, washing up liquid, cooking oil, tea, coffee and kitchen utensils. The Nook, The Coop and The Trap also have BBQ utensils, an outdoor grill, and wood provided.

How much is the wood for the fires?

We supply one bin of wood, kindling, firelighters and matches. If you need more then we charge £10 per bin of extra wood.

How do we pay for extra wood?

We operate an honesty policy for extra wood. You are welcome to leave cash, or you can pay into our company Paypal account. (Our account details will be included in your Welcome email).

Is it okay to walk around the farm?

Yes, you are welcome to walk around the farm. Please be mindful that we have other customers staying in our hideaways who ask for privacy, so please don’t approach other cabins.

Can we bring our dog with us?

The Nook is the only hideaway where we allow dogs, as it’s the only space with fenced off land around it.

Can we bring children with us?

At present we allow bookings for adults only. We do allow babes in arms, though we ask that you let us know before you arrive.

How long does it take to heat the hot tub?

At The Nook and The Coop we have outdoor pinewood hot tubs, with the water heated by a wood burner. It takes between 1.5 and 2 hours to heat the hot tub. The fire must be burning vigorously throughout that time to get the water to bath temperature.

You must remember to stir the water with the oar supplied to mix the cold and hot water. If the water gets too hot please use the hose pipe to add more cold water.

Do you provide food?

We do provide food, though we need advanced notice of requests. Further information and a menu will be sent in your booking confirmation email.

There is also a country pub within walking distance, and several more pubs and restaurants within a short drive.