Frequently ask Questions
Each pod has 1 double bed and 1 double sofa bed. A young family of 5 can fit but the space limited.
Yes, our pods are open all year round. We close for a few days over Christmas.
We have 4 pods together in the village, this is 10 mins walk from the Boat House and river activities.
Unfortunately, we do not allow dogs in our pods.
Access to the pod site consists of a short gravel pathway. Each pod has a raised wooden deck in front of each pod, with one step up to the deck. From the deck into the pod there is another step up. The pods are quite small inside with limited space for a wheelchair or mobility scooter when the sofa bed is extended.
Hi there, we have two BBQs available. We do supply utensils in each pod. Visitors must bring their own charcoal and matches.
Yes, we supply towels and bed linen for your stay. The pod does not have a cooking hob, but does have a fridge, microwave, toaster, kettle, and cups, plates, bowls, and cutlery.
Yes, each pod has its own shower and toilet.
Yes, late check can be arranged in advance
Yes, each pod has an electric heater.
We do have plug sockets but not WiFi currently.
Yes, each pod has a fridge with a small freezer unit.
Our activities start up at Easter and end for the season in mid-October.
Our tour boat can take up to 8 adults per tour.
Our self-drive boats can accommodate 4 adults per boat.
No, you do not need to have experience in boats, we will give you an induction and provide supervision. However, you must be at least 21 years old and hold a driver’s licence.
No, you don’t need to be able to swim but you must be comfortable in the water and able to tread water should you fall off the kayak. A safety boat will supervise all groups on the water.