Our Cottages

1 and 2 Rushcroft Cottages - these are two bedroom cottages and sleep 4 in one kingsize bedroom and 1 twin bedroom.

Rushcroft Lodge - this is one bedroom and sleeps 2 in a double bedroom.

The cottages are available for bookings throughout the year.

All our cottages have free wifi.

We accept dogs in the Cottages but not in the Lodge, Shepherds Hut or Gypsy Wagon.  Dogs must be kept on a lead at all times and not be left unattended in the cottages.  Owners must clean up after their dogs and deposit waste in the bins.  A dog walk runs adjacent to the campsite with miles of walking on the open forest just a short stroll away through the village.


Gypsy Wagon

Try our colourful Gypsy Wagon in the most romantic, secluded corner of one of the meadows. Enjoy the back to nature experience with a fire pit for out side cooking under the stars and wake up to the sound of the birds singing as the sun rises over the meadow. Deer are regular visitors to this area of the farm especially at sun rise. The private meadow is for Gypsy Wagon guests sole use and provides a peaceful retreat. The gypsy wagon sleeps 2 in a raised bed with storage below. Day living is available in a Cowboy style wagon with a small kitchen area including fridge, microwave, kettle, toaster and sink. Private portable toilet and shower cubicles complete the rural facilities although you are welcome to use our separate camp site toilet block if you prefer. During the long summer days relax in the colourful hammock or take a stroll through the woods to a small brook. Evenings are spent enjoying around the fire pit cooking under the stars. Pubs and restaurants are within walking distance if you prefer to eat out.   More info, availability and booking...

Here’s what Oliver wrote



It’s our third time staying here and every time it’s amazing, super clean and cool little place

Oliver’s private feedback for you:

“Hi Lynn & Mark, It was really nice staying with you guys again, we had a awesome time as always, Can’t wait to stay again”

May 2021

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