Locally, what is within walking distance of the campsite?

  • Loads of great walks including Ivinghoe Beacon, Pitstone Hill, Incombe Hole and The Ashridge Estate
  • Rose and Crown Pub, Ivinghoe.
  • Village Swan Pub, Ivinghoe Aston.
  • CuriosiTEA Cafe, Ivinghoe.
  • The Kings Head restaurant Ivinghoe (fine dining only!).
  • Post Office and convenience store, Ivinghoe.
  • Park with play equipment, Ivinghoe.
  • Ivinghoe Golf Club.
  • Haldi Indian Restaurant, Ivinghoe.
  • The village of Aldbury (1 hour + walk).


Can I have visitors?

Yes, up to 5 visitors are allowed per group at any one time.  All visitors must pay a visitor fee (either in advance or on arrival).  Visitors must depart before it gets dark.

Can I order a supermarket delivery or take-away food?

Yes but please ensure the delivery is arranged to the top of the farm driveway by the large black grain silos. Delivery drivers are not allowed off road, so please ensure they have your contact number to arrange collection on arrival.

Can I bring an extra car?

Yes, you can although there is an extra charge as we encourage guests to travel in as few vehicles as possible.

Will my vehicle get stuck in the mud?

It’s very unlikely.  We are situated up high on chalky soil which drains very quickly.  Sometimes the gateways can get a little slippery but the site never waterlogs in the camping season.

Is the campsite disabled accessible?

We have a modern disabled accessible wet room on site (containing WC, shower and basin).  You can request an access key when you arrive.  Please note that the camping fields can be uneven with long grass.

Can I arrive on foot or bike?

Yes of course!  But please be aware that the main road can be busy with only a narrow pavement – please take care on the approach to the campsite. There are also 2 footpaths/bridleways which come very close to the campsite for hikers and off-road bikers.  For more information please email us.