Actually, now I come to think of it, some food and drink would be good. You can of course buy food locally from some fabulous suppliers including farm shops, farmers markets and .
We provide bedding but please bring towels and toiletries (hand soap is provided in the barn shower rooms and antibac hand gel is provided in the yurt compost loos).
Outdoor clothes appropriate to the time of year and the weather (it can get muddy when wet so wellies are a good bet, plus a rain coat).
Sunscreen and insect repellent are a good idea (just in case). Some antihistamine might be good in case of insect bites or nettle stings - we let our nettles grow as we like the butterflies whose caterpillars feed on them!).
A torch or torches would be handy for night-time excursions and trips to the toilet/bathrooms.
Cot, highchair and baby bath loan
If you have really little ones then we can provide a travel cot to save you space in your car (please note this works best in one of the larger yurts where we can slide away one of the smaller single beds to create space for the cot. We also have a high chair and baby bath available if you need. Please ask when booking.
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