Prices & Contact

Ruby's Orchard Campsite

Ruby’s Orchard is available to rent as your exclusive rustic hideaway between mid May and mid September.

Prices below are for the Bell Tent, which sleeps 4 people, or possibly an extra, small one, if you don’t mind a squeeze, on double bed, futon chairs and foam floor mattresses (bring your own sleeping bags/duvets, pillows and towels.) Extra (pre-erected nylon tent also with mattresses included) for up to 4 people available at a cost of £20 per night.

All bookings must begin on Fridays;

Full week. Friday 4pm-Friday 10 am; £385.
Long weekend. Friday 4pm to Monday 10am; £195.

The full fee is payable upon booking, and a £100 minor damage deposit is also payable at this point. The damage deposit will be refunded in cash when you leave providing there is no damage.

To Book

Please email Lynne at or leave a voicemail message on 07795 073966 (where there is also a message about acupuncture!) and I will get back to you.

What you Need To Bring

Don’t forget to bring your bedding and towels. Mattress covers and base-sheets are provided, as are paper or hand towels for the handwashing area and teatowels for the washing up area. All toilet rolls, washing up liquid and equipment, handwashing liquid, binbags, crockery, cutlery, cooking utensils etc are provided. There are various chairs/benches/hammocks/tables around the orchard, so you don’t need to bring these either. If you are unsure about anything, please don’t hesitate to ask. Please remember there is no electricity so if you need to charge phones or other devices please bring your own facilities for doing so.

Arrival & Your Stay

On arrival you will be met by Lynne, the owner of Ruby’s Orchard, and probably Ivy the spaniel. You will be shown around, and then left in peace. Lynne will visit every day to make sure you are happy and to clean the loo and shower area etc, and may stay to work in the orchard some days, but you will have the place to yourselves most of the time, with a mobile contact number to use if there are any problems.

A welcome box including homemade scones, jam and cream, or locally produced saffron buns if you prefer, milk (dairy or non-dairy), local free range eggs and a loaf of bread are provided for you. There will always be sufficient tea/coffee to get you going, and also the basics such as salt and pepper, cooking oil and sugar. If you don’t wish to have the welcome scones etc or you are vegan, please let Lynne know.