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Inside our 16ft tipi is a small wood burning stove with fireguard to keep it cosy on chillier days.

We have provided a double bed (sleeps 2) along with 2 fold-up foam ‘bed mats’ for additional guests.  We provide a mattress protector and sheet for the double bed but you will need to bring your own bedding, pillows and either duvets or sleeping bags. We recommend you bring sleeping bags for guests using the bed mats but if you choose to bring duvets/blankets, please remember to also bring a sheet to go over the bed mat.

The tipi can accommodate up to 4 people, either a maximum of 3 adults or a combination of adults and children.

Outside there is straw-bale seating for 4, a fire pit with brick surround and a wire rack for cooking over the fire.

Parking is in a grass field adjacent to the orchard.  This is a short walk of approximately 60 metres to the Bell tent.  Wheelbarrows are provided to transport your belongings to your accommodation.


£69 per night

NB: The door of the tipi is quite low and narrow – access requires kneeling or crouching.

Please note that only certified biodegradable shampoo and shower gel (e.g. Faith In Nature or Lush) is suitable for use in the shower – this is available in travel-size bottles on-site.

Group bookings: Groups of friends or families with up to 6 adults (plus children) are very welcome to book.  We are such a small site and we hope this helps to create a peaceful and friendly atmosphere for all our guests. If your group is larger than this then we are able to offer exclusive hire of the orchard, please contact us for more details.bags.

Is there anything I can't bring?

Sorry, we can't accommodate pets.

What can I buy on the farm?

Firewood and kindling, organic apple juice from our orchard and zero-waste apple juice ice lollies. 


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