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FAQ

Bell Tent

What time may I arrive

You can arrive any time after 2pm.

What toilet and shower facilities are on site?

We have flushing toilets and a hot shower! We have one toilet and one toilet/shower.

Do you allow dogs on site?

If you are staying in the camping pods or bell tent then unfortunately we are unable to allow dogs. But if you are camping with us you are welcome to bring your well behaved dog. We’d ask that it was kept on a lead and that you cleaned up after it.

What time must I leave site?

We ask that you leave site by 1030am. This is to allow us to clean before the next guests arrive.

How do I get to New Farm Holidays?

The address of site is:
Ostler’s Wood
Folly Lane
West Fen Bank
Stickney
PE22 8BN

Please note it is not the same address for the Caravan Club CL.

For the most part you are welcome to follow your trusty satnav, however I would suggest you follow these directions for the last few miles.

• Leave Boston on the A16, follow the road for just over 9 miles.
• At 9 miles you should pass the Stickney Church on your left hand side
• Carry straight on the A16 for about another 1.5 miles. Take the second left signposted Hagnaby Lock onto Drain Bank
• Pass the Jolly Sailor pub on the right, around the left hand bend then turn left over the river.
• After a few bends the road straightens out. This is Folly Lane
• Continue on Folly Lane for about a mile until the road bends sharply left. New Farm Holidays is straight ahead through metal gates up a farm track.
• We’ve signposted from here to the campsite car park.

Can I park next to my bell tent?

No vehicles are allowed around the wildlife pond where the bell tent is. There is a short walk of about 80 metres from the car park to the bell tent. We have provided wheel barrows and trolleys to help move your stuff. Once you are in your tent you can enjoy the full peace and quiet of the site!

When do you open and close?

We open on 1st March each year until the 31st October. If you would like to stay outside of this window, please contact Carolyn on 07921 839619 and we’ll do our best to accommodate you.

Do you allow campfires at New Farm Holidays?

We positively encourage campfires! Each camping pod, bell tent and camping pitch has it’s own spot for a campfire. We can provide nets of logs for £5 each. One net will last you one to two nights depending on your usage. Please add the logs option to your booking or contact us to add logs to your booking.

What is the price per night for the bell tent?

Prices start at £60 per night. If you would like logs for a campfire a net of logs is £5.

Can I purchase extra logs for my campfire?

If you would like extra logs during your stay please call Carolyn on 07921 839619 and we’ll try to get them to you. We don’t live on site, but we are around and about most of the time.

Please do not collect logs from the woodland. They form an important insect and small mammal habitat.

What is in the bell tent?

See what’s in the bell tent: Bell tent contents

What do I need to bring with me for my bell tent stay?

You need to bring bedding, towels, tea towels and food. A torch would be a good idea to get you safely to and from the toilet.

See what’s in the bell tent: Bell tent contents

Camping

What time may I arrive

You can arrive any time after 2pm.

What toilet and shower facilities are on site?

We have flushing toilets and a hot shower! We have one toilet and one toilet/shower.

Do you allow dogs on site?

If you are staying in the camping pods or bell tent then unfortunately we are unable to allow dogs. But if you are camping with us you are welcome to bring your well behaved dog. We’d ask that it was kept on a lead and that you cleaned up after it.

What time must I leave site?

We ask that you leave site by 1030am. This is to allow us to clean before the next guests arrive.

How do I get to New Farm Holidays?

The address of site is:
Ostler’s Wood
Folly Lane
West Fen Bank
Stickney
PE22 8BN

Please note it is not the same address for the Caravan Club CL.

For the most part you are welcome to follow your trusty satnav, however I would suggest you follow these directions for the last few miles.

• Leave Boston on the A16, follow the road for just over 9 miles.
• At 9 miles you should pass the Stickney Church on your left hand side
• Carry straight on the A16 for about another 1.5 miles. Take the second left signposted Hagnaby Lock onto Drain Bank
• Pass the Jolly Sailor pub on the right, around the left hand bend then turn left over the river.
• After a few bends the road straightens out. This is Folly Lane
• Continue on Folly Lane for about a mile until the road bends sharply left. New Farm Holidays is straight ahead through metal gates up a farm track.
• We’ve signposted from here to the campsite car park.

Can I park next to my tent pitch?

No vehicles are allowed around the wildlife pond. One tent pitch is situated here. There is a short walk of about 80 metres from the car park to the camping pods. We have provided wheel barrows and trolleys to help move your stuff. Once you are in your pod you can enjoy the full peace and quiet of the site!

We have two tent pitches in the open field and you are welcome to park next to your pitch here.

When do you open and close?

We open on 1st March each year until the 31st October. If you would like to stay outside of this window, please contact Carolyn on 07921 839619 and we’ll do our best to accommodate you.

Do you allow campfires at New Farm Holidays?

We positively encourage campfires! Each camping pod, bell tent and camping pitch has it’s own spot for a campfire. We can provide nets of logs for £5 each. One net will last you one to two nights depending on your usage. Please add the logs option to your booking or contact us to add logs to your booking.

What is the price per night for camping?

We charge £19 per night for camping in the field and £25 per night for camping with electric hook up in the woodland. This price is for 4 people. Additional guests are charged at £3.50 per night. If you would like logs for a campfire a net of logs is £5.

Is an electric hook up EHU available?

The field camping pitches have no mains electricity. Do remember a torch

Can I purchase extra logs for my campfire?

If you would like extra logs during your stay please call Carolyn on 07921 839619 and we’ll try to get them to you. We don’t live on site, but we are around and about most of the time.

Please do not collect logs from the woodland. They form an important insect and small mammal habitat.

Camping Pod

What time may I arrive

You can arrive any time after 2pm.

What will be in my camping pod?

Bring all of your usual camping gear except the tent!

What toilet and shower facilities are on site?

We have flushing toilets and a hot shower! We have one toilet and one toilet/shower.

Do you allow dogs on site?

If you are staying in the camping pods or bell tent then unfortunately we are unable to allow dogs. But if you are camping with us you are welcome to bring your well behaved dog. We’d ask that it was kept on a lead and that you cleaned up after it.

What time must I leave site?

We ask that you leave site by 1030am. This is to allow us to clean before the next guests arrive.

How do I get to New Farm Holidays?

The address of site is:
Ostler’s Wood
Folly Lane
West Fen Bank
Stickney
PE22 8BN

Please note it is not the same address for the Caravan Club CL.

For the most part you are welcome to follow your trusty satnav, however I would suggest you follow these directions for the last few miles.

• Leave Boston on the A16, follow the road for just over 9 miles.
• At 9 miles you should pass the Stickney Church on your left hand side
• Carry straight on the A16 for about another 1.5 miles. Take the second left signposted Hagnaby Lock onto Drain Bank
• Pass the Jolly Sailor pub on the right, around the left hand bend then turn left over the river.
• After a few bends the road straightens out. This is Folly Lane
• Continue on Folly Lane for about a mile until the road bends sharply left. New Farm Holidays is straight ahead through metal gates up a farm track.
• We’ve signposted from here to the campsite car park.

Can I park next to my camping pod?

No vehicles are allowed around the wildlife pond where the camping pods are. There is a short walk of about 80 metres from the car park to the camping pods. We have provided wheel barrows and trolleys to help move your stuff. Once you are in your pod you can enjoy the full peace and quiet of the site!

When do you open and close?

We open on 1st March each year until the 31st October. If you would like to stay outside of this window, please contact Carolyn on 07921 839619 and we’ll do our best to accommodate you.

Do you allow campfires at New Farm Holidays?

We positively encourage campfires! Each camping pod, bell tent and camping pitch has it’s own spot for a campfire. We can provide nets of logs for £5 each. One net will last you one to two nights depending on your usage. Please add the logs option to your booking or contact us to add logs to your booking.

How big is the camping pod?

The camping pods are 2.66 metres (8ft 8in) wide and 3.52 metres (11ft 0in) long. The max headroom is 2.2 metres (7ft 2in).

The camping pods will comfortably sleep 4-5 people.

What is the price per night for the camping pods?

Prices start at £45 per night. If you would like logs for a campfire a net of logs is £5.

Does the camping pod have electricity?

Yes! New for 2017. The camping pods have lighting, a double 3-pin socket and an oil filled radiator.

Can I purchase extra logs for my campfire?

If you would like extra logs during your stay please call Carolyn on 07921 839619 and we’ll try to get them to you. We don’t live on site, but we are around and about most of the time.

Please do not collect logs from the woodland. They form an important insect and small mammal habitat.

What do I need to bring with me for my camping pod stay?

The standard camping pods are empty. Bring all of your usual camping gear except your tent!

Caravan Club CL

Where is New Farm Holidays CL?

Our address is:
New Farm Holidays
Common Road
Wrangle
Boston
Lincolnshire
PE22 9BY

Please note this is not the same site as the campsite with the camping pods, bell tent and camping pitches

When do you open and close?

We open on 1st March each year until the 31st October. If you would like to stay outside of this window, please contact Carolyn on 07921 839619 and we’ll do our best to accommodate you.

Do we need to book in when we arrive?

When you arrive on site you are welcome to select the pitch that suits you best. Hook up and make yourselves comfortable. We will pop over and see you as soon as we can. If you have any problems you are very welcome to call at either house you can see from the CL.

Do your pitches have EHUs?

Each of our 5 pitches have electric hook ups (EHUs). In addition, each pitch is “fully serviced” in that it has mains water and grey water disposal so that you don’t have to walk to fill and empty your tanks!

What time must I leave the CL?

Generally we are very flexible about arrival and departure times. Please check with Carolyn when you make your booking and she’ll be happy to confirm the details for your particular stay

Do you except non Caravan Club members on site?

The CL is open to Caravan Club members only. You will be asked for your membership number when you make your booking.

Do you allow dogs at New Farm Holidays CL?

Well behaved dogs are very welcome at New Farm Holidays. We’ve even had a cat come to stay with one customer! Please respect any livestock in adjacent fields and clean up after your pooch.

What is the price per night at New Farm Holidays CL?

We charge £12 per night inclusive of cars, awnings and any other extras.

Can we bring our awning?

You are very welcome to bring your awning. There are no additional charges.

Do you have hard standing pitches?

We have no hard standing pitches at this time. The CL is a well drained site and we’ve not had any instances of guests becoming stuck.

What facilities are available at New Farm Holidays CL?

Each pitch is fully serviced in that it has an EHU, mains drinking water tap and grey water disposal point with it’s own tap.

There is excellent digital TV reception on site.

Deluxe En Suite Pod

What time may I arrive

You can arrive any time after 2pm.

Do you allow dogs on site?

If you are staying in the camping pods or bell tent then unfortunately we are unable to allow dogs. But if you are camping with us you are welcome to bring your well behaved dog. We’d ask that it was kept on a lead and that you cleaned up after it.

What time must I leave site?

We ask that you leave site by 1030am. This is to allow us to clean before the next guests arrive.

How do I get to New Farm Holidays?

The address of site is:
Ostler’s Wood
Folly Lane
West Fen Bank
Stickney
PE22 8BN

Please note it is not the same address for the Caravan Club CL.

For the most part you are welcome to follow your trusty satnav, however I would suggest you follow these directions for the last few miles.

• Leave Boston on the A16, follow the road for just over 9 miles.
• At 9 miles you should pass the Stickney Church on your left hand side
• Carry straight on the A16 for about another 1.5 miles. Take the second left signposted Hagnaby Lock onto Drain Bank
• Pass the Jolly Sailor pub on the right, around the left hand bend then turn left over the river.
• After a few bends the road straightens out. This is Folly Lane
• Continue on Folly Lane for about a mile until the road bends sharply left. New Farm Holidays is straight ahead through metal gates up a farm track.
• We’ve signposted from here to the campsite car park.

Do you allow campfires at New Farm Holidays?

We positively encourage campfires! Each camping pod, bell tent and camping pitch has it’s own spot for a campfire. We can provide nets of logs for £5 each. One net will last you one to two nights depending on your usage. Please add the logs option to your booking or contact us to add logs to your booking.

Can I purchase extra logs for my campfire?

If you would like extra logs during your stay please call Carolyn on 07921 839619 and we’ll try to get them to you. We don’t live on site, but we are around and about most of the time.

Please do not collect logs from the woodland. They form an important insect and small mammal habitat.

When do you open and close?

If you are staying in our duluxe en suit pod we are open all year round. If you are visiting between the end of October and the beginning of March it is likely that you will be the only guests on site. If this is important to you please confirm this will be the case for your booking.