Wonderfully Wild Glamping FAQs
How long can I stay for?We’ve tried to be as flexible as possible with our packages. You can chose to stay for a full week, starting on Monday or Friday, take a weekend break spanning Friday to Monday or even enjoy a mid week break from Monday to Friday.
Can I bring a pet?We wouldn’t be Wonderfully Wild without loving animals! Dogs are welcome on site to join you on your adventures, all we ask is that they stay on a lead at all times and you keep their paws off the bedding and furniture.
There will be an additional £10 per dog charge applied for cleaning when you book.
Can I pitch a tent on the site as well?We can now supply a 4m Bell Tent in addition to the hire of a lodge, this can act as an overflow for 2 more guests.
Do I need to print my confirmation and bring it with me?Printing your confirmation isn’t necessary. Just bring a note of your booking reference number with you, that combined with some personal information will be enough to get you all checked in.
What is the earliest time that I can arrive at camp?Campers are welcomed and given a tour of their lodges from 4pm onwards. If you need to arrive at a different time let us know and we’ll see what we can do.
Storage for your bags or a spot in the car park are other options which are sometimes available to start your adventure early!
Late arrivals (after 8pm) may be subject to an extra charge.
Can I park beside my lodge?The lodges are all positioned off the beaten track to help with the wild experience! For this reason we ask all guests to park in the nearby car park with wheel barrows available to help with your luggage. At times it is possible to drive to your lodge to unload and load at the start and end of your holiday.
Do I need to bring any bedding?When you arrive you’ll find all of the big cozy beds made up and ready for you to fall in to! All of the duvets and pillows are hypoallergenic (meaning there’s less chance of developing allergies or causing allergic reactions).
Unfortunately cots for children under 2 years old do not come with bedding, so we ask that you bring this with you along with your travel cot. Travel cots can also be hired at a cost of £15 per stay.
On your final day with us if you could help by stripping the beds we’d be very grateful.
Are towels provided?When you’re surrounded by mud, sand and water keeping on top of cleaning towels is a nightmare! Because of this we ask that bath and beach towels are packed before you come.
We do have tea towels for you to use in the kitchen though.
What cooking facilities are there?All of our lodges come with log burning ranges. These will allow you to fry on the hob, heat any leftovers or even cook a full roast dinner in the oven! It does take a little longer than a conventional oven with temperatures varying.
For quick meals and an early morning brew, there is also a twin gas hob or we have outdoor fire-pits available for hire which are great for BBQs!
How do I keep food items cold?All lodges have a cold box chest which keeps your food chilled. This is done using frozen packs which are easily replaceable and available free from the office/shop.
Is there water in the tent?All lodges come with hot and cold water hand basins as well as a washing up sink in the kitchen area.
Where can you shower?Each tent has its own gas powered hot water shower in a cubicle at the rear. The heater kicks in "on demand”.
Is there a toilet inside the tent?Every tent has a flushing toilet separate from the shower room.
Can I light camp fires? We regret that for safety reasons, open fires are NOT permitted on site.
You can hire outdoor fire pits/BBQ's by the day (24hrs)and these come with a supply of logs. Extra logs can be purchased from the site store.
Do I need to bring a travel cot?We can supply you with a travel cot ready for your arrival at £15 per stay, unfortunately this doesn’t come with bedding.
If you’d prefer to bring your own travel cot all of the bedrooms offer more than enough space for your little one’s familiar cot!
Is electricity and Wifi available in the lodges?Wonderfully Wild is about getting away from it all, enjoying the beauty around you and talking to each other! For this reason electricity and Wi-Fi are not available in the lodges.
Don’t worry though, all lodges are fully lit using oil/battery lamps, candles are also available for use outside of the tent only.
Heat and cooking facilities are also in all lodges from a log burning range.
Is there a mobile phone signal on the site?Signal according to network may vary, there is a lovely hill which you can climb to get the best results and views!
Do we have to clean the tents when we leave?We ask that the washing up is done and all rubbish bagged and taken to the rubbish area. If you take more than one tent, please ensure that any items that have migrated from one tent to another make their way back again.
Answer not here?We’ve tried to help with as many questions as possible but if you’ve got a question that we haven’t covered email us: or give us a call:
There is a stream running through the site, which is fenced off to protect children. It’s an ideal place for paddling and exploring so we encourage you to use it, all we ask is that children are carefully supervised.
There is a picnic area next to the stream with tables and chairs, which is a lovely place to sit and watch the world go by. Or keep an eye on the children!!!