At what time can we arrive?
Arrival time is usually between 3 and 7 pm.
Is there a fridge or freezer on site?
There is a freezer available to store named ice packs, but we do not have any fridges and advise you bring a cool box.
Are there hot water showers nearby?
Yes, our campsite has three individual showers with plenty of hot water.
Can we drive the car up to the tent?
Yes, but only to unload and load your luggage on arrival and departure. Your car must be parked in the allocated parking area at all other times.
What does the farm shop sell?
Take a look at our ‘Campsite Shop’ page to see exactly what we sell – but expect to find logs and marshmallows for your campfire. As well as our own lamb burgers, local sausages and BBQ chicken packs and don’t forget free range local eggs for breakfast!
How many people per camping pitch?
Each pitch has enough room for six people, but please feel free to contact us in advance to discuss your parties needs.
How many pitches are there at Fontmills Farm Campsite?
We have 30 pitches on the campsite and they’re all big enough for more than one tent or small campervan, so you can camp together with friends and family.
Do you allow groups?
We do allow family groups of up to six families – please contact us directly if you are looking to make a bigger booking and we will see if we can accommodate you. We do not allow large single sex groups or Stag and Hen parties.
Can we stay for just one night?
Yes you can camp for just one night, however some Bank Holidays are a two or three night minimum booking. Our glamping accommodation all requires a two night minimum stay.
Can we bring a generator?
No, due to the amount of noise created by generators we do not allow them as we want to make our campsite as peaceful as possible.
Can we play music?
We do not allow electronic or plugged in music at any times, however we not discourage a campfire sing-a-long but remember to be respectful to other campers between the hours of 11pm and 8am.
Is there running water at the campsite?
Yes, there is a cold water tap located near the shower facilities.
Is there a toilet?
Yes, there are four flushing toilets on site, as well as two compost toilets.
Can we bring our dog?
Due to Fontmills Farm Campsite being a working farm with livestock we do not allow dogs.
Do you allow Stag and Hen parties?
No, Fontmills Farm Campsite is a family run campsite and is not suitable for stag and hen parties.
Do you allow fires and BBQS?
Yes we do, our large pitches are perfect for having a campfire at the end of the night, please use the stands and bricks provided to avoid damaging the grass and campsite appearance. Fire pits are also available to use and we sell logs at the farm reception.
Where can I find contact details, address of the farm/directions to get there?
Please see our Find Us page for directions and contact information.
Is there any electricity at Fontmills Farm Campsite?
Yes there are lights near the shower and toilet facilities so you can see where you’re going at nighttime, but individual pitches do not have their own power source.
Do the farms have phone signal and/or 3G?
Yes, however signal strength can vary depending on different phone networks.
Do the farms have Wi-Fi?
No, Fontmills Farm Campsite does not have Wi-Fi allowing you to fully relax and take a break from work and/or social media!
Do we have to clean the pitches when we leave?
You will need to ensure your pitch is as clean as when you arrived, please put all rubbish and recycling in the bins provided and take home all personal belongings.
Do you allow day visitors?
Yes it may be possible to have day visitors, charged at £2 per adult and £1 per child (5-16 years) per day or part thereof. Please inform us in advance.
Do you offer Cancellation Insurance?
We do not offer cancellation insurance, however we do advise you to take out these for your own assurance and peace of mind. Fontmills Farm Campsite are not liable for refunds or expenses you incur in the event they are prevented from fulfilling your Booking as a result of circumstances beyond their control. Such circumstances shall include (but not be limited to) war, terrorism, riots or civil unrest, industrial action, flooding, natural disaster, epidemics, health risks or such similar events (“Force Majeure”). We recommend that you have adequate holiday insurance in place to cover this.