Site rules

Facilities and areas

You are responsible to the cleanliness and tidiness of your accommodation whilst you occupy it. Additional cleaning charges will be applied if the accommodation isn’t left in a suitable standard.

You are required to take care of your accommodation and any damages incurred during your stay will be charged back to the customer.

Activity areas are out of bounds and should not be accessed by anyone other than Tile Barn staff.


Parents/guardians are responsible for the children in their care.

All children must be properly supervised by parents/guardians and not left unattended on site at any time during your stay, including all centre organised activities.


Abusive behaviour or refusal to meet reasonable requests to preserve peaceful enjoyment of the facilities by other users will not be tolerated and may result in your removal from site

Excessive alcohol consumption is no permitted. Alcohol, should not be stored in public areas on site.

Quiet times run from 10:30pm until 7am. We ask that all site users are respectful of other site users and noise is kept to a minimum during this period.

Visitors should respect the other groups using the site, our neighbours and all other visitors.


Dogs/animals are not permitted on site, except registered assistance dogs.

Fire procedure

Visitors should make themselves familiar with the fire points and the fire evacuation notices when they first arrive on site, so they are aware of the actions to take in the event of a fire

BBQ and campfires

The use of small barbecues is permitted, but campers must be considerate to others whilst in use. Charcoal barbecues must be raised off the ground to avoid damage or fire risk to vegetation. Ash must be quenched with water and only placed in ash bins when thoroughly cold. Single use BBQs are not permitted

Campfires must be contained within a suitable firepit, raised off the grass and remain under control. We would advise having a bucket of water nearby prior to starting your fire in case the fire becomes out of control.