This accessibility guide is an honest description of our facilities and the site terrain. It does not contain personal opinions as to the suitability for those with specific needs.
Accessibility Guide for Cynefin Eco Camping
Cynefin is a really calm and peaceful place to stay and so we will do our best to accommodate any special requirements. If you have any concerns please ask and we will do our best to make your stay a great experience.
The campsite is accessed from the B4317 down a gently sloping concrete single-track road which leads you directly to the car parking area alongside our barn. The site is predominately flat, with all camping areas accessed from the concrete roadway.
During your stay your car needs to stay in the gravel carpark so that our meadows stay in good shape. Wheelbarrows will be available all week and a quad bike, with trailer, will be available on change over day to move your equipment or possessions.
Our meadows are kept as natural as possible and some areas are left unmown to attract bees, butterflies and other insects. It can be uneven in places but pitches for the tents will be kept mown as short as possible, to allow games to take place near the tents. We restrict access to motor vehicles to save the grass getting damaged but there are mown pathways to all the tent pitches.
As we have only 10 pitches at any one time there is little traffic movement on the site. There is a speed limit of 5 miles an hour on site so traffic should not be a problem for young children.
We may also have small scale activities available on site, mostly during the school holidays, that promote enjoyment of nature and well-being. They include, bushcraft and nature discovery, forest school type activities etc.
We have an LPG gas shower pod (one step) which is inaccessible to wheelchairs due to its narrow door. Our 3 compost toilets are situated in wooden pods with narrow doors with a step up and so are also inaccessible for a wheelchair.
Specific access details that may affect people with limited mobility:
Access to the reception building is up a small step.
Toilets and showers are approximately 100 - 300 metres from the tents.
We are a dog friendly site but do not allow dogs in our glamping tents or in the wild camp pitch. We could make an exception for guide dogs in our glamping tents but politely request that they are not allowed on any of our bedding and in any case by arrangement only.