Terms & Conditions
Full payment for the total length of your stay is required two weeks prior to arrival. No recreational vehicles or tents may be pitched without first obtaining permission. To ensure compliance with the terms of the touring park licence, guests are asked to observe instructions, given on their arrival, regarding the placement of vehicles, awnings and camping units on their pitch. Transit vans (or similar size) must not be parked on pitches, please park them in the parking area after unloading which is located the other side of the security barriers, to avoid obstructions on the park.
Arrival and departure
• Guests are welcome to arrive and pitch between 1pm and 8pm. Any arrival prior to 1pm must be agreed with us when booking. Guests arriving after 8pm are asked to park in the dedicated late arrivals area.
• Guests are kindly asked to depart between 8am and 12pm. Any departure outside of these times must be agreed with us beforehand please.
Access during your stay
• Barriers to the touring park close at 10pm and re-open at 8am. Movement of vehicles on the touring park is not normally permitted between those hours. Anyone wishing to enter or leave the park when the barriers are closed may park in the spaces provided outside of the barrier. In an emergency only, you may contact the duty warden for the barriers to be opened by phoning the emergency number.
• Blakemere Village is out of bounds to touring park guests after the village closes at 5pm, with the exception of a direct route to and from Sandiway Ales and the restaurant when it opens in the evening.
• For safety reasons, for example very boggy conditions, guests are not permitted to enter the heavily wooded areas immediately adjoining the touring park.
Courtesy to other guests
• In consideration of everyone staying at the site, guests are asked to avoid excessive noise with radio, TV’s and phones turned down at all times please. Quiet time on the park is 10pm until 8am. We also ask that no vehicles are moved between these times.
• Abusive and/or drunken and disorderly behaviour will not be tolerated, and the management reserves the right to request guests to leave in these circumstances.
• No generators are allowed at any time.
• Cycling is permitted only on the one way road system at walking pace. Anyone cycling over the grass or around the reception or amenities block will be asked to dismount.
• Smoking is not permitted in any of the site buildings. Campers are advised not to smoke in tents or awnings. Smokers must dispose of cigarette butts appropriately.
• Please do not leave refuse outside, including by or in tents or awnings, as this can attract vermin. Please us the bins provided.
• Open fires of any description are not allowed on the site.
• BBQ’s are allowed but must be kept off grass and lit in an appropriate container. All BBQ’s must be extinguished by 10pm.
• The speed limit on the park is strictly 5mph, please follow the one way system.
• Please adhere to our rules and regulations for the play equipment as displayed in the play area.
• Charging of Electric Cars from the EHU bollards is strictly prohibited as this will overload/damage the 16amp on site system.
• Dogs are allowed on site up to a maximum of 3 per pitch, but they must be kept under control and on a lead at all times even on your pitch area. It is the dog owners responsibility to ‘pick up’ after their dog and to use the disposal bins provided.
• Dogs are not allowed on the ball games field and, other than guide dogs, are not permitted to enter any of the site buildings.
All property is left at owner’s risk. Blakemere Touring Park will not be responsible for damage to, or theft of or from, caravans, tents and vehicles left on site. Blakemere Touring Park and its agents accept no responsibility for the safety of campers, or their equipment and personal effects. Campers using Blakemere Touring Park do so at their own risk.
• All bookings are subject to agreement with our terms and conditions.
• Unfortunately, requests for specific pitches may not always be possible to meet.
• You will need to make direct contact by email or phone before booking if you are a group:
– A non-family group requiring one or more pitches
– A group of families, couples or singles intending to stay on site at the same time.
• The online booking facility is for families, couples or singles requiring one pitch only for up to 28 nights.
• All pitches must be occupied by at least one person aged 18 years or over.
• Note that the management reserves the right to refuse admittance of groups to the site if they have not had prior knowledge.
• Blakemere Touring Park reserves the right to terminate the booking of anyone who fails to abide by the park rules. The Management’s decision will be final.
Payments and deposits
• A 25% or £25 deposit, whichever is the higher, is required at the time of booking.
• Where the total cost of the booking is less than £25, the full amount must be paid at the time of booking.
• Any balance of payment is required a minimum of two weeks prior to arrival. This may be done at any time from the date of the initial booking, up to two weeks before your arrival.
Cancellations and refunds
• If you are unable to stay with us for any reason after having booked, please cancel your booking at the earliest opportunity by calling 01606 882822 or email email@example.com quoting your booking reference number.
• Provided you are able to advise us of a cancellation 7 days or more prior to your arrival date, your payment can be transferred to a future booking within 6 months of the cancellation date. Please note that no refunds can be given once a booking has been made.
• Unfortunately no refunds can be given if you wish to move your booking to another date or cancel within 7 days of your arrival date, you arrive later than booked or you have to terminate your stay early.
• We regret the weather conditions are beyond our control and cannot refund any monies if you cancel your booking or reduce your stay due to the weather.
The Touring Park is not liable for refunds or expenses you incur in the event they are prevented from fulfilling your Booking as a result of circumstances beyond their control. Such circumstances shall include (but not be limited to) war, terrorism, riots or civil unrest, industrial action, flooding, natural disaster, epidemics, health risks or such similar events (“Force Majeure”). We recommend that you have adequate holiday insurance in place to cover this.