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Terms and Conditions

For the full list of terms and conditions please click on the link at the bottom of the page

 We want your stay here with us to be as relaxed and peaceful as possible.  Our main condition is that you are respectful to the other campers and the environment around you.  Our motto is "treat others the way you would like them to treat you".  With that in mind we have some guidelines that we ask everyone to follow.  These are:

  • Unfortunately we do not allow the use of generators due to their noise as they can disturb other campers while they are being used.

  • Music players/radios must be kept to a reasonable volume and then switched off by 9pm.

  • No fireworks, Chinese lanterns, guns or weapons

  • We allow Charcoal BBqs and Charcoal fire pits.  Due to the wood that surrounds one side of the campsite we cannot allow log fires as they are a fire hazard.  Please ensure BBQs or Fire Pits are raised off the ground to protect the grass underneath.

  • We operate a quiet campsite so if you plan on arriving back on site after 10pm, please consider other campers and park your car by the site entrance.

  • No loud parties or gatherings, if you do get together with family just keep the noise level low past 9pm.  

  • Please leave your pitch as you found it, i.e. no litter or damage. You may find you are liable for any damages or excess cleaning caused to any of our property and will be charged.

  • Drunk, disorderly or abusive behaviour will not be tolerated. We reserve the right to ask you to leave should this occur.

  • We can accommodate small groups - please contact us direct to book

  • We don't mind small hen/stag group as long as you respect the other campers and are not loud and use bad language.  Remember other campers are here to have their holiday and doesn't want it ruined by the behaviour of the group.  

  • A  5mph speed limit applies on the farm/campsite at all times for your safety and the safety of others.

  • The management reserves the right to terminate the booking of any person whose conduct is detrimental to the farm/campsite or comfort of other visitors

What can we accommodate?

Each pitch is designed for one family with a maximum of 2 Adults and 4 children (under 16) or 4 adults.  Providing the minimum distance of 6m between accommodation units are adhered to each pitch is designed to accommodate:

  • One car with touring caravan 

  • One motor-home 

  • One trailor tent and car

  • One car with a tent (maximum tent size is 4.5m wide by 10m long ).

    • If more than one car is required, please telephone us to check we have the space available to park additional cars.  We usually do but if we are fully booked sometimes this isn’t always possible.

For you safety and the safely of all those around you we ask that: 

  • All children (and pets) must be supervised by an adult due to moving farm machinery and livestock nearby and no-one from your party is permitted to enter any working part of the farm.

  • Ball games is not allowed on the main campsite due to the potential damage to caravans but ask a member of staff to point you in the direction of an empty field.

  • Kites must not be flown on the campsite (or the working area of the farm) due to high voltage electricity cables in the field but their are lots of areas on the farm where they can be flown, just ask a member of staff.

  • Please do not enter any of the farm buildings, climb over any walls, fences or barriers as we cannot be held responsible for any injuries caused. 

  • To provide a fire break, regulations state that a gap of 6m is needed between all accommodation units, please note awnings are classed as your accommodation unit so please bear this in mind when setting up you site.  3m is acceptable for groups. 

  • Please report any accidents that occur on the campsite to a member of staff so we can log it in our Accident Book.

  • You are liable at all times for any BBQs and other activities undertaken around the site.  For your safety and those around you we do not allow open fire of any sort inside your tent/unit due to the high risk of carbon monoxide poisoning. 

Check in/Checkout

  • We do not have a formal reception but as we live on the farm we are always around and when you arrive if we are not there to greet you just give us a call on 07977297205 or 07870738185 and we will be with you in no time

  • You can arrive from 1pm, if you arrive early you may need to come back if your pitch isn’t available but please do give us a call if you need to arrive early as we try to accommodate where we can

  •  Please vacate your pitch by 11.30am on your departure day.  

  • If you are going to arrive late (past 6pm), it would be great if you could let us know in advance by phone, text or email.  For the comfort of other visitors we ask guests to arrive before 9pm on day of arrival and not to vacate before 8am on day of departure.  

  • No pitches are reserved they are allocated on a first come, first serve basis.


  • All of us here at Tatton Farm are dog owners so we just ask that your dog/s are well behaved and are up-to-date with their vaccines and wormers -  wormer especially as worms in dog faces can have a detrimental effect on our diary herd.  With this in mind please clean up any dog mess and place it in the general waste bins provided.

  • Dogs are limited to a maximum of two per party and will incur an additional charge.  Working dogs for those with a medical issue e.g. guide dog are exempt from payment,.  

  • Dogs need to be on a lead at all times while on the campsite but ask Rich or I for an empty field and we will point you in the direction of an empty field where you can let your dog off the lead

  • The management reserves the right to refuse admission or eject from the farm/ campsite any guest who is not looking after their dog/cleaning up their dog's mess or whose dog is considered a danger to others.

Damage to Property

  • We cannot accept responsibility for your possessions or any personal injury of any kind while sustained while on our land

  • You must not stray into fields containing livestock or buildings around the farm, this is for your own personal safety but also to protect the staff and livestock that work/live on the farm. 

Visitors to site

  • We think its lovely people getting together given the year we have had and do not mind day visitors onsite; we just ask that you let us know by text or email or in person if you are having visitors and try to limit it to one car load at a time.  Visitors can be onsite between 14:00 and 21:00. 

  • Any guest vehicles must be parked safely on or by your pitch and must not block the main track. 


  • This may seem odd but you would be surprised what people have left behind so we now have to say you must take large bulky items of rubbish away with you i.e. broken tents, camping chairs, children's bike etc.  Only general waste (including doggy bags), glass bottles and mixed recycling is to be disposed of in our bins. You may be liable to a £40 charge if we end up having to dispose of bulky items.

  • If you do leave your property on our site, we will make reasonable attempts to contact you and if after 21 days we have failed to hear from you it will be sold/disposed of and all proceeds donated to our chosen charity Ducks and Drakes.​​

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