Having owned a VW for many years, camping with our young family has given us the experience to know what you need to ensure a relaxing break. With this in mind, every little detail has been thought through, from providing a cheese grater and tin foil in the kitchen, to hand sanitiser in the loo and logs and firelighters for the wood burner.

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Each pitch includes its own private fully equipped kitchen hut, which contains the following appliances and utensils

2 ring hob with grill

Gas powered fridge

Pots and pans

Various cooking utensils

Can opener, corkscrew, bottle opener, knives & scissors

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Cutlery & Crockery

Washing up bowl and drainer

Tea and coffee making provisions (including kettle & cafetière)

Cleaning products

Salt, pepper, cooking oil, tin foil, clingfilm

1 pint of milk  

What you may like to bring:

Hopefully we have provided most things you will need for your stay, however below are a few suggestions of additional things you may wish to bring to make yourselves even more comfortable:

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Wellies/or crocs, especially for children. There is no need for you to ever get muddy at Wye Glamping as there is a gravel path to both the yurt and the bell tent, however if the children (or you!) are likely to want to splash in the stream, or you want to wander around the local countryside you are likely to need them. They are also good for kicking off when entering the yurt or tent.

Soft shoes/Slippers for inside the yurt and tent.

Warm Clothes - it can get quite chilly in the evenings

A torch - we provide plenty of solar lighting and tea light lanterns at each camp. There is also a light in the shower room, however it can get very dark at night when going between the two.

Cot bedding if the cot has been requested