COVID-19:

We have been thinking in great depth about how we can manage the ongoing coronavirus crisis for both guests and ourselves in order to mitigate the risk of virus transfer and to reassure you that your time out away from home is a safe one.
Please read our blog “Your Stay at Meadow Field Luxury Glamping” to learn more about our plans.

Meadow Field

Frequently Asked Questions

FAQ’s


What time can we check in?

We ask that you check in please between 4-6pm. If you think your arrival time will be later than 6pm, please let us know so that we can ensure someone is available to greet you.

Cars are not permitted within the glamping field, however the car parking area is close by and there will be access to a trolley or barrow to help transfer your belongings to the tent should you need it.

What time do we need to check out?
10.00am please – this allows us time to prepare the accommodation for new guests arriving later that day.
What do I need to bring?

We’d recommend bringing wellies and outdoor clothing to suit the weather conditions at the time of your stay. A good torch will be helpful also (but we do provide a torch in the safari tent). Slippers, warm clothes and layers are recommended and baby bedding if you are borrowing our travel cot.

How do we get there?
We will send you a welcome email a few days before you arrive with directions and instructions where to park. Please make sure you’ve used a current email address and mobile number on the booking form so that this information reaches you. If you haven’t heard from us before you arrive please check your spam folder in case our email has gone there. Information can also be found in our “Contact Us” section.
Do you provide any meals?
Not at this time.
What is your environmental policy?

Where possible and without compromising on the luxury element of your stay here at Meadow Field, we have considered our environmental impact.
-Recycling bins are available which we encourage you to use during your stay with us.
-The farm has its own 50kw solar panel array which powers the tents during the day.
-Wood for the log burners is sourced responsibly, usually from a local supplier.
-The farm works closely with DEFRA and their environmental schemes to provide a beneficial farming landscape for wildlife. Some examples of which are the planting of nectar rich areas, not cultivating fields over winter and leaving hedgerows uncut.

Do you have any rules?
We do indeed – Please review our Terms & Conditions for details
How Off-Grid are the two tents?

We would not class ourselves as “off grid”.
To make life a little easier, each tent has its own water supply – which serve the shower, two sinks & flushing toilet and are connected to mains electricity.
However, please feel free to make yourselves as “Off grid” as you so desire by disconnecting your gadgets and creating mood lighting with the LED candles and lanterns provided. The wood-burning stove provides heating and with the provision of 15 tog, all season duvets, hot water bottles and electric blankets you should remain toasty and cosy even on the chilliest of nights.

Can we bring our dog or pets?
We welcome one well behaved dog in our Woodhill tent at an additional charge of £25/stay. Please refer to our Terms’s and Conditions’s for more information.
Do you do single night stays?

We do not offer 1 night stays.
We do offer 3, 4 or 7 night stays checking in on Fridays for 3 and 7 night stays and Monday for 4 night stays. We may consider weekend escapes of 2 nights during the off peak season.

Do you supply bed linen and towels?
Yes we do. Kitchen towels and tea towels are also provided.
Do you charge extra for wood?

A basket full of logs and kindling is included in your stay. Should you require more, seasoned wood can be purchased at £10 a trug full.

Is there a hob?
Yes, we have fitted a twin zone electric hob. We also provide an electric kettle, toaster, microwave, slow cooker and outdoor gas BBQ so hopefully all your cooking requirements are catered for.
Is there a fridge?
Yes, there is a fridge freezer in the kitchen area.
Can we bring our own disposable bbq, gas bbq, fireworks or candles?

No…in the interests of safety, the use of disposable or your own gas bbq’s, Chinese lanterns, fireworks, real candles or any other naked flame is prohibited. The tents are mostly constructed out of wood and canvas. We do supply LED candles, lanterns etc. Each tent has access to its own outdoor fire pit for those glorious star gazing nights.

Can we smoke or vape in the tents?
Smoking or using e-cigarettes are not permitted either within the tent or on the deck.
Can we have visitors during our stay?
Under normal conditions, we usually limit the number of day visitors to one family per luxury safari tent at our discretion. However, during the current coronavirus crisis we will not be permitting any additional day visitors in order to limit the spread of the virus. For health & safety reasons, we are only insured to have a maximum of six people plus baby/toddler in a travel cot to stay in each safari tent at any one time.
Do you have any age restrictions?
We accept anyone from 0 years old to 110 plus years! However, there must be a responsible adult over the age of 25 years residing in each tent each night.
Do you have a hot tub?
We do not at this time have hot tubs but each tent does have a fabulous luxury spa type experience shower pod boasting bluetooth technology, ambient lighting and a choice of shower settings from monsoon deluge to massaging shower jets.
Do you accept Stag & Hen Type Party Groups?

We do not accept group bookings at this time.

Is there a Returnable Security deposit?

Upon arrival we will request a £150 damage waiver. This will be taken as part of your booking payment and if there is no need to take payment to cover any damage during your stay, will be refunded 48hrs after your departure date. This may take vbetween 5 – 10 business days to show on your statement – depending on the bank you use. Please refer to our T’s and C’s for more information.

Can we have food deliveries to site?

During the current coronavirus crisis we feel it best to not offer to receive an initial supermarket food shop for you before your arrival in order to limit the spread of the virus.
Please can you bring all food you need for your stay with you when you arrive.

We do have a couple of wonderful farm shops not too far away that you can visit Malt Kiln Farm Shop or Manor Farm Shop  to top up your supplies and have detailed a number of eatery options on our Explore the Area page including the location of our nearest supermarkets.

Due to the restricted access to the farm any take away food orders can not be delivered and therefore must be collected by yourselves.

 

Is there electricity?
Yes, we have a number of power sockets in both our safari tents.
Is there WIFI?

Yes there is Wi-Fi details for which will be supplied upon arrival.

Do we need to bring toiletries?
Meadow Field provide quality shampoo, conditioner, body wash & toilet tissue but by all means bring your own as we understand this is can be very much a personal choice.
What is the maximum capacity for each tent?
The luxury safari tents sleep up to 6 plus a baby/toddler in a travel cot.
Can additional guests sleep on the floor?
This is not permitted for health and safety reasons.
Can you pitch a tent for additional guests?

At this time, this is not an option.

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