Before you Book…
Please consider the following:
The Touring Park is open 12 months a year, our family Camping Field is open from Easter to the end of September.
Bank Holiday weekends are a min 3-night stay to include the Saturday and Sunday nights. Most weekends in high season are a 2-night minimum.
Whilst online you can choose your pitch, sometimes we do have to adjust the pitch allocation and may not always have the opportunity to inform you ahead of your arrival. If you want to be next to someone, please put this in the notes.
Please note the LARGEST UNIT size we can accommodate is 8.5 metres (approx. 27′). Continental opening caravans need to call to book.
All our grass pitches now have EHU and the pitch numbers have changed. Please check the new map!
Wanting to bring a gazebo or pup tent?
These need to be asked for or booked as extra when booking online. If you plan to share 1, only 1 of the group needs to add it on. On arrival, ask our staff where it needs to go, as fire gaps must be maintained.
Rally Pitch: From £14 a night, (no EHU).
Rally EHU: From £10 a night.
Please contact us for availability and prices, including the hire of the Rally Barn and/or any catering requirements.
Organised Rally rates are typically only available for out of season i.e. Oct-Mar – please do contact us to discuss.
In quieter periods it may be possible to hold Organised Rallies on the All Weather pitches – please call to discuss.
Rally Barn Hire
Contact Elm Cottage Touring Park If You Want To Know More Or Have Any Questions
Electric and plug-in hybrid vehicle users can pay either a single fee of £20 per day to charge their vehicles via their pitch hook up OR if a guest can demonstrate to a member of staff the actual kwh of charge used during their stay, a rate of 50 pence per kwh can be charged.
The flat fee is based on the assumption the vehicle is plugged in for 12 hours in any given day, via your outfit, drawing power at a rate which should fully charge a hybrid’s battery and give a useful topup to most fully electric cars.
To ensure that you charge safely, we ask that you keep both habitation and vehicle charging demand to a reasonable usage level and that you plug the vehicle into a mains socket within your outfit, not directly into the bollard.
If you wish to charge your vehicle via your outfit while on a pitch, then please speak to our staff either upon arrival or during your stay, and let them know how many charges you wish to make. They will then be able to take payment from you.