Book both tents and the entire site is all yours
From 4th July we are taking bookings in line with government guide lines.
DriftAway Camping is a special place and we wish to keep it this way, not just for you but for the wildlife and nature itself; we therefore courteously ask that, whilst we want you to enjoy your time and have fun...
No amplified music or drums; there is a general curfew at 10.30pm. (We want all our guests to enjoy chilling out around the campfire and sound travels on a still night).
Please keep noise down and ensure shouting and screaming is discouraged at ALL times!
The site has clear boundaries and we ask you to respect them. Please DO NOT TRESPASS!
We operate on the assumption that you leave the site as you found it, which includes re-cycling your waste in the facilities provided. We want to minimise the impact on our environment.
Up to 2 dogs are allowed but must be well behaved, as must their owners. This means that ALL dog waste MUST be collected up immediately and disposed of in bags and bins. Guide dogs are allowed on site free of charge. We do not accept breeds/crossbreeds listed in the Dangerous Dogs Act and/or any of the following: Staffordshire bull terrier, American Staffordshire terrier, Rottweiler, any Mastiff or Tosa.
YES we allow fires in the designated fire pit area, but under no circumstances can you take wood from growing trees - fallen dead wood only. Wood for the stoves in the tents must be purchased from us as it needs to be the right size and dry enough so as not to damage them - please just ask.
Equally, please respect the countryside code and refrain from picking flowers.
Sorry, but we do not accept un-supervised groups of youths or teenagers, stag or hen parties; there are many other sites out there that will cater for you!
We want your stay and those that follow to be enjoyable, so that you feel that you would wish to visit again. In a nutshell we are simply asking that campers use their common sense and respect their surroundings... and above all ENJOY.
We reserve the right to ask people to leave if we feel that our code of conduct is not being observed or its values upheld.
Liz and Nigel