Newly built for the 2019 season on the site of The Triple Plea Pub is our Touring Park set in over 2 acres of flat ground with 11 hard standing pitches and 6 camping pitches all with 16 amp electric hookups.
TOURING PARK FACILITIES
Newly built as the touring park we have an amenities block with ladies and gentleman's wash, shower and toilet rooms and disabled persons wet room and toilet. The amenities block also houses the washing up room. The building has been built with comfort in mind with underfloor heating and automatic lighting and ventilation. At the bottom of the site there is an area of woodland for dog walking. Children are welcome to use the pub play area and woodland area.
TOURING PARK SITE PLAN
TOURING PARK PRICES FOR 2020 SEASON
FREE NIGHT - Stay 7 Nights and pay for 6
CONTACT AND ENQUIRY
Please telephone 01986 874750 or message below to check availability, make a booking or for general enquiries.
Site Rules & Booking Conditions
The Triple Plea Touring Park is a small, quiet campsite for couples, singles and families. The safety and enjoyment of the people staying at our campsite is paramount and therefore we request you read and agree to the following rules before booking. If you do not agree with the rules, we suggest you find an alternative campsite. We (the proprietors and their representatives) reserve the right to ask anyone staying on or visiting the campsite who contravenes these rules or behaves in a way that causes a nuisance or distress to others (whether proven or not) to leave the campsite immediately, ceasing the reservation (we shall not be liable for any extra costs incurred by you).
Bookings and Arrival
We reserve the right to refuse any booking and we do not accept bookings from all male or all female parties of three or more adults, or groups of young people without a responsible adult (under 21 years of age).
Guests’ arrival must be after 2pm and before 6pm unless by prior arrangement. Pitch occupation before 2pm is not possible. All pitches must be vacated by 11:00am on the day of departure.
New arrivals should park at the entrance to the campsite in The Triple Plea Pub Car park at the rear of the pub accessed via Sparrowhawk Road where a member of our team will meet and greet you, this is also when pitch fees (or remaining pitches if a deposit has been paid) must be paid. Cash and debit/credit card payments accepted. We regret that we are unable to take any payment by cheque.
Bookings and the selection of particular pitches are subject to availability. Bookings can be confirmed by phone or email. We are unable to guarantee a specific pitch but will make every effort to fulfil reasonable requests.
All people who stay at the campsite or visit must act in a courteous and considerate manner towards wardens and other guests.
Children must be supervised at all times by a suitable adult and at no time be left on the site unaccompanied. The supervising adult will be responsible for the child’s actions and thus liable for any damage caused by them.
Playing of loud music is not allowed, if the people on the pitch next to you can hear it, then it is too loud.
We expect guests to keep noise to an absolute minimum between 10.30pm and 8am.
All visitors to The Triple Plea are expected to observe the rules. Visitors are allowed, by prior arrangement only. Visitors are only allowed on site between 9 am and 10 pm and are only permitted to park in the pub car park. A charge is payable for visitors regardless of their length of stay.
Health and Safety
The speed limit on the park is 5 mph. Ensure you and your guests/visitors are aware of the nearest fire point. Bicycles are allowed but we request that they observe the speed limit. Recreational vehicles (quad bikes) are not permitted on the site.
Keep your dog on a short lead on the park at all times. The ‘dog walk’ in the woods is available for exercising your dog. Please ask the wardens
or staff for information regarding alternative local walks if necessary. Dogs should not be left unattended on the site. Please clean up after your dog around the site and in the woods.
The lighting of fires in the woodland or on the campsite will result in instant expulsion from the park (this includes the use of Chinese lanterns and fireworks).
Breathable ground sheets only.
No washing lines (small portable rotary lines accepted).
The charging of electric vehicles is not permitted.
The flying of any type of drone is not permitted.
We allow raised gas barbeques and raised charcoal barbeques only. No other open fires, non-proprietary barbeques or wood burning barbeques are permitted (thus wood is not allowed to be collected from the woodland). You must ensure the grass is not scorched or burned by use of a barbeque—such damage will not be tolerated. Support bricks for disposable BBQ's are available on request.
We do not allow commercial or light goods vehicles on site.
The use of generators is not permitted.
Cutting or damaging trees or other vegetation is not permitted.
For the comfort of all guests, footballs and the kicking of any type of ball is not allowed on the campsite. Other ball games are allowed although they should be played with the respect and consideration of other guests. Hard balls (i.e. Cricket balls) are also not allowed.
The use of two-way/walkie talkies or CB Radios is not allowed within the camping areas. Water pistols, the use, or filling of them is not allowed in or around the toilet/shower block. The use of any type of firearm, catapult, archery equipment or fireworks are not allowed on site or in the woodland.
Damage to fences or digging on pitches is not allowed.
The washing of vehicles, caravans, boats, motor homes, trailers and jet-skis is not allowed. The water supplied is for site use only.
The security barrier will be locked between 11 pm and 7 am. Vehicle entry and exit to the site between these hours is not allowed. Parking is available in the pub car park.
Ian & Sue thank you for your cooperation.
Please call 01986 874750 for further details