Heddon Valley Campsite site rules
We like everyone who stays at our campsite to have an enjoyable time, so we politely ask that you observe a few simple campsite rules.
Arrival Times and Departure Times
You can pitch up any time after 1pm and we ask you to vacate the pitch by 11am on your departure day. If you wish to extend your stay, please contact the Cloud Farm booking team at Lorna Doone Valley.
All bookings must be made in advance.
There is no vehicle access to the camping meadow. All vehicles must be parked in the main National Trust car park, located 200m from the camping meadow.
One vehicle can be parked for free (your registration number is captured at the booking stage). If you bring an additional vehicle, please purchase a parking ticket from the Pay and Display machine
Dogs are welcome on site (£1.50 per dog per night, maximum of two per pitch) but please notify us at the time of booking. Keep them on a lead at all times and please clean up after your dog promptly.
We ask that our visitors are considerate to their neighbours at all times but ‘quiet please’ between 10pm and 7am.
We don’t pre-allocate pitches. Please pitch up in one of the mown spaces within the camping meadow.
Groups/ Maximum occupancy
Family and friend groups are only accepted with prior agreement but our site is not suitable for stag, hen or birthday parties.
We don't allow campfires but you are welcome to use a barbecue as long as it is raised above ground.
Cooking inside tents is NOT permitted and can be lethal due to carbon monoxide poisoning.
Smoking is not allowed on the site.
Problems or complaints
Every reasonable care will be taken to ensure that the campsite amenities are presented to a high standard. Should you find any cause for complaint, please contact National Trust staff in the visitor centre or Cloud Farm Campsite at Lorna Doone Valley.
National Trust Members
Due to charity commission rules there are no reductions for members at our sites. However please be assured that the money raised through the campsite will be put to good use supporting our conservation work locally – ask a ranger for more details of our conservation work and feel free to get involved with one of our volunteering groups.
In addition to the site rules above we also have some terms and conditions that apply to your booking on a National Trust campsite. Please read them through below.