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INFORMATION AND TERMS & CONDITIONS

YOUR ARRIVAL AT COLEHURST LAKE CONSTITUTES ACCEPTANCE OF THE RULES BELOW.

 

ARRIVAL & DEPARTURE

 

Arrivals are between 4pm & 6pm unless early arrival is agreed. There is no reception on site, so please advise us of your expected arrival time so we can greet you.

All vehicles must remain in the car park at all times. Wheelbarrows are available in the car park to assist in transporting your luggage to your pitch. We will also be on hand to assist you. 

You must have vacated the pitch by 11:00 am on the day of your departure.

BOOKING DETAILS & ADMISSION

Please note only those named when booking can stay on site, name changes would need to be agreed in advance and with 48 hours notice.

At least one of the party members must be aged 18 or over.

Under 18s must be accompanied by their parents or legal guardians

Only you and your party are permitted on-site, strictly no other visitors allowed.

No hen/stag parties or large groups allowed unless agreed in advance as a booking of the whole site.

 

TOILETS & SHOWERS

Please take care of our facilities and leave them as you find them to keep everything clean and tidy for others.

We have one shared Shower Shack which includes a large shower and compost toilet.  Please note that the toilet/shower facilities are unisex.

We also have one other compost toilet near to the Tiny Tea Room (coming soon!)

Coot's Cabin has its own private flushing toilet.

STAFF WORKING HOURS

The owners and staff are available between 8am and 6pm every day.  Please do not disturb them outside of these times unless in the case of an emergency.

HAZARDS & CHILDREN

We are family-friendly, but the site has many natural hazards, please be always aware of these and act responsibly.

Children must be accompanied and always supervised.

The new play area is for young children, under the age of 10 years old.  Please ensure the equipment is used responsibly.  All play equipment is used at your own risk.

 

VEHICLES

No cars/motorbikes by the pitch/unit.  All cars must be parked in the designated area.  

Under no circumstances are vehicles allowed on the bank of the lake.

 

PETS/DOGS

Pets are welcome as long as we have been given prior notice and authorisation has been given.

Once given your must adhere to our rules on pets/dogs.

Dogs must be always kept on leads.  This is an especially important rule and is there to protect the livestock in surrounding fields and for the safety of other campers.  If you do not adhere to this rule, we reserve the right to ask you to leave the site with no refund.

If you are booking any of the pre-erected tents or cabins, please note that pets/dogs are not allowed inside the tents or cabins unless prior authorisation before your stay has been agreed. Pets/dogs can either sleep outside, or you may put up a small doggy tent next to the tent / crate near to the cabin. If you do not adhere to this rule, we will reserve the right to ask you to leave the site with no refund.

 

The site does not accept breeds/crossbreeds listed in the Dangerous Dogs Act (i.e. Pit Bull Terrier, Japanese Tosa, Dogo Argentino, and Fila Brasileiro).

 

BBQs

Our BBQs are fuelled by gas, please ensure you use it safely, turn the gas off promptly after use and clean the BBQ as best you can before you leave.  

 

FIRES

Campfires are included, but we reserve the right to prohibit fires in certain weather conditions if we deem it unsafe.

You must act responsibly when having a campfire and never leave the fire unattended, nor leave children alone by the fire without supervision. 

You must only use the kiln-dried logs provided to you by us, we do not allow any wood other than our logs to be burned on site to ensure the site remains smoke-free and safe.  

Do not collect wood from around the site or use your own.  

Do not burn rubbish on your fire.  

Do not make a fire anywhere other than your designated campfire stone ring or log burner.

 

SMOKING

 

No smoking or naked flames allowed inside the cabins or tents.

Candles are allowed outside, but please ensure they are blown out when you are not with them.

You may smoke outside but please ensure you put cold cigarettes ends in the bin, do not drop them on the ground.

 

RUBBISH & RECYCLING

Please collect all your rubbish and use the rubbish bins as appropriate, separating recyclable items like bottles, cans, and plastics so we can all do our bit to look after our planet!

 

NOISE, BEHAVIOUR & DAMAGES

We are a small and quiet site and wish to keep it this way!  We want you to enjoy your time here, but please ensure you and your family/friends remain respectful to the lake, owners, other campers & our neighbours at all times.  

Please always keep noise to a minimum and ensure children supervised.  No loud music.  

Radio, music and TV players must be kept at a low volume.

Quiet times between 10pm and 8am.

The management reserves the right to deny access or terminate the stay of those guests whose behaviour is deemed unsuitable. No refunds will be offered.

The site is not liable for any refund in the event of force majeure.

 There is strictly no admittance to the private section of the lake bank where the owners live.

We reserve the right to charge a damages fee of up to £100 if everything is not left as it should be.

We reserve the right to charge a cleaning fee of up to £50 if a dog/pet is found to have been staying in the pods.

Firearms are not permitted.

 

FISHING

Fishing is included in the price for all glamping pods and pre-erected tents, but you must ensure you hold a valid rod licence.  These can be obtained from GOV.UK here:  Buy a rod fishing licence: When you need a licence - GOV.UK (www.gov.uk) 

 

You must also adhere to our fishing rules per our website here: Fishery Rules | Colehurst Lake .

 

NO ADMITTANCE TO THE WATER

For your own safety, there is strictly no swimming, or paddling in the lake or stream unless pre-agreed. It may be possible to use your own kayaks etc on the water by pre-agreement only and there are no fishermen on site.

 

Guests are advised to bring a good quality torch with them as due to its rural location, most of the site is unlit.  

We'd also advise waterproof shoes as most areas are grass which gets wet in the evenings and early mornings even during the Summer months.

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