FACILITIES

Amenities on site

  • Private showers and changing areas
  • Outdoor washing line to dry your damp towels after showering
  • Flushing loos with washbasins and mirrors
  • Further washbasins in the Barn
  • Washing up sinks with free hot water
  • Free use of large fridge and freezer with ice blocks
  • Small well stocked shop for all the essentials including tent supplies
  • All the supplies you need for your camp fire
  • Rubbish recycled
  • Phone charger socket

Utilities

  • Charging facilities
  • Calor Gas and other cylinders available
  • Recycling available
  • Tents for hire
  • B-b-q’s for hire

Themes

  • Peaceful
  • Wild camping

Nearby leisure

  • Cycle hire
  • Cycling
  • Fishing
  • Golf
  • Horse riding
  • Indoor pool
  • Mountain biking
  • Outdoor pool
  • Restaurant
  • Tennis
  • Watersports

Camp Fires

Here at Twitey’s we positively encourage you to have a camp fire, after all what can be better after a days’ sightseeing than to relax under the stars around a roaring camp fire with a drink and some great company.  Every tent pitch has a fire pit for you to use.

For saftey:

  • Make sure your tent is at least 2m away from the fire pit.
  • Please take a green plastic bucket, fill it with water and keep close by in case of an emergency.
  • Take note of where the fire buckets are located around the site.
  • Please dispose of the ash using the metal bucket and shovel provided and put cold ash in the metal ash bins found around the site.
  • Be aware that embers can still be glowing in the morning, please use water to dampen the ash.

We know some of you like to bring your own firewood and that’s ok with us, but please:

  • Please no painted or treated wood, it smells awful and pollutes the environment.
  • Please no wood with nails or screws, these invariably end up in the tyres of our mower.
  • Only make a fire in the designated pitch fire pit.

Nature and biodiversity

Also please do not go around the site gathering wood yourselves.  Decaying wood is an important part of biodiversity and is habitat to 1800 invertebrate species in the U.K.  These insects in turn provide food for birds, bats and mammals.  Rotting wood also allows fungi to play a vital part in recycling organic matter.  So, by leaving fallen wood alone we can help in sustain the biodiversity of our countryside.

Wood sources

We always have in our shop a supply of 100% British firewood never imported, it’s local and from a sustainable source. We support local small business by buying in from a local wood supplier.  We can also provide firelighters, kindling and matches.

Netted bag of logs £5.50 or 2 for £10.00

Kindling bag £3.50

Firelighters from £0.75

Matches £0.19

Alternatively you can order a firestarter bundle when you book online, that’s a bag of logs, a pack of logs, bag of kindling,  a packet of firelighters and a box of matches all for £9.50.

 

Had an absolutely wonderful time here during our 3 day stay over Easter. The pitch was spacious and equipped with a fire pit and washing up facilities, a fridge and a freezer were very nearby. Toilets were very clean and the showers were wonderful! The campsite was very near to ...

- Arti


Had a 3 night stay in unusually warm March. A friendly welcome by owner Michael. I have mobility difficulties so found the walk to and from carpark with gear challenging but Michael was extremely helpful offering to do it for me. The facilities ie toilets, showers and washing up points ...

- James Wheatley


We have just come back from a 2 night stay in the luxurious yurt. It was simply amazing! We received such a warm welcome from Michael, the owner, when we arrived and couldn't believe how spacious and well equipped the yurt was. They really have thought of everything including a ...

- Mandy Randman


Thank you for making my birthday weekend just perfect. We love coming to Twitey's and always have a relaxing weekend so it was great that you were able to accommodate such a large party so that i could share Twitey's with all my family and friends. Everyone had a great ...

- Helen