Are dogs allowed on site?

Unfortunately, in order to safeguard wildlife and because we have many bare-footed children and adults on our sandy soil, we do not allow dogs on site.

Can we bring our own firewood or light fires?

Fires are to be lit on site only in the designated areas and we supply firewood from our own managed woodland.

Is there a noise limit on the site?

We operate a “Quiet at night” policy, which means everybody (including the forest and its inhabitants) gets a peaceful nights rest.

Is the site muddy when it rains?

Although it is a woodland site, it is on sand (part of an old area of sand dunes) so is effectively ‘all weather’ and free of mud and puddles after rain. No wellies are required!

How far is the site from the nearest beach?

The site is a 20 minute walk (1 mile approx.) to a long sandy beach across the adjoining Merthyr Mawr Warren National Nature Reserve.

Where are the nearest shops?

There is a large retail park approximately 3 miles away on the A48 to the east of the site.

Are there recycling facilities on the site?

Yes, we provide separate bins for dry mixed recycling, glass, and food waste, as well as a bin for non-recyclables.

Is there any wifi on site?

We are currently in the process of installing wifi to the main building.

Is there mobile phone reception on the site?

Mobile phone reception is very poor to non existent in the site, although there is usually a reception on the road leading to the campsite.

Is the site suitable for wheel chairs?

We welcome wheelchairs, although it should be understood that this is an undulating woodland site with gravel tracks and areas of open sand so that some areas are not easily accessible to wheelchairs. There is a disabled toilet in the main building. (Please contact us for further details).

Is there electricity on the site?

Yes, there is electricity in the main building and can be used for recharging phones on request.