Gypsy castle & Wye meadow campsite terms and conditions
Payment terms are 50% at the time of booking via the website. The remaining 50% is payable via CASH on arrival. Please note that we have no card facilities onsite.
Campers will not be permitted to pitch up prior to payment in full.
If a booking is made within 28 days of the Hay Festival 100% payment will be required at time of booking via the website.
If a cancellation is made up to 21 days before the beginning of Hay festival a refund of 25% only will be due, no refunds after this time will be made and your card will be charged for the outstanding balance due. (A full receipt will be emailed to you)
A 20% handling fee will be deducted from any deposit taken if a booking is cancelled.
Please be respectful of your fellow campers.
All music/generators to be turned off by 11:00pm.
Please keep the campsite tidy, and use the bins provided.
If you wish to go down to the river, you do so AT YOUR OWN RISK.
ONE vehicle can be parked on your pitch if within your pitch boundary. If weather is particularly bad, customers may be required to park off site at their own cost.
Any pets must be accompanied and kept under control at all times and cleaned up after. The Hay Festival do not allow dogs onsite, please bare this in mind when deciding whether or not to bring your dog/dogs with you as they are not to be left alone on our site at any time.
If you are using “throw away” BBQ’s please make sure they are doused down before throwing away.
If having BBQ’s, please do so outside your tent, and be aware that Carbon Monoxide is still produced when the BBQ may seem put out.
Please be patient at peak times for the showers and toilets, they will be open 24 hrs
Please report any problems to the office/caravan
Power points are available next to the site office for phone & Laptop charging.
Children must be supervised at all times
Pitches must be cleared by 11am on day of departure and vehicle moved offsite.
Campers camp here at their own risk – we take no responsibility for loss, damage or injury to persons or property.