Camping Terms and Conditions

Camping Terms and Conditions

Camping Site Terms and Conditions

1. Field 725 Camping Ltd
Your camping break at Field 725 Eco Camping is provided by Unique Leisure Enterprises Ltd. A postal address is detailed below in 19 as a point of contact.

Field 725 is not a manicured site with paved paths. We are set in beautiful open countryside, with large wild woodland areas, a small quarry and some fairly uneven terrain in places, as well as adjacent farmland replete with animals. Please ensure all members of the party are aware of this and bring suitable attire.

Vehicles must be parked in the car park below the camping area and not driven or parked on the glamping/camping field unless specific permission has been granted by a member of staff. Wheelbarrows/trolleys are provided to transport luggage to the accommodation. This is for the protection of both the field and children onsite, which are our priority.

2. Bookings
Bookings made online will receive an automatic booking summary via email and sent direct to the email address provided in the booking form. A contract will only arise once we have confirmed the booking via email. The confirmation must be checked on receipt, and any errors reported immediately. If you do not receive an email confirmation you must contact Field 725. We can only accept bookings from persons over 18 years of age. We reserve the right, without a statement of reasons to refuse any booking.

3. Confirmation
Any booking made is done so on behalf all party members and is confirmation of the whole parties understanding and acceptance of our terms and conditions.

4. Your Pitch
Your pitch, where possible includes your choice of location in our camping meadow. Guests have access to our site marquee with covered seating as well as the dining area where our coffee van is situated.

Not included in your rental is rubbish collection from your pitch or washing up of guest’s crockery or cutlery. Our site policy is for staff and guests to recycle and compost wherever possible. All waste should be placed in the relevant bins provided on site and not left lying around. This is also important for the welfare of local wildlife which is abundant here. Recycling should be cleaned before being put in the relevant bin.

5. Arrival and departure
Check-In is from 12pm to 7pm.
Should you be unable to arrive within these times please contact us so we can make special arrangements. After 7pm in the unlikely instance of any issues arising, we may not be able to resolve them until the following morning.

Upon arrival, please see our Duty Manager in main reception. They will help locate a pitch for you, ensure you have what you need and point out our site guidelines

On the morning of your departure please vacate your pitch by 11am
Please tidy and take all litter from your pitch to the relevant site bin. Ash from a BBQ/fire bowl should be put in the metal bin provided and not tipped onto the grass or the woods.

6. Prices
Prices listed online are not binding; Field 725 reserves the right to modify these prices, which will vary depending on many factors, including the time of booking. Only prices stated on the booking confirmation are binding, unless there is an obvious error. We occasionally run special offers and discounts, but these will not be applied retrospectively after a booking confirmation has been issued by us.

7. Payment
Payment is taken in full by credit or debit card at the time of booking.

8. Group bookings
We accept adult-only group bookings by arrangement. Please email us or speak with a member of the team if you would like to make a group booking.

9. Dogs
Well behaved dogs are welcome on lead in the main campsite for guests bringing their own accommodation. Our policy is no more than 2 dogs per pitch and a maximum of 10 dogs on-site at any one time. Dogs must be kept on a lead and under control at all times and pose no threat to wildlife or other guests on-site. Dogs are not allowed in the glamping area or accommodation unless by pre-arrangement. Our site sits in open countryside and farmland with free-range livestock and children. Public roads are close to site. Dogs must never be left in vehicles, tents or caravan/campervans at any time without owner supervision. We will not be held liable for any injury or damage caused to, or by your dog. We reserve the right to terminate the holiday of any party if they do not have adequate control of a dog.

10. Changes to your booking
Once we have issued confirmation of your booking, we are not obliged to make any changes. If you wish to make changes to your booking, please email us the details as soon as possible. If we can accommodate changes, which is at our discretion, charges may apply. Please also see

 11. Insurance
We strongly advise that you have valid travel insurance in place to provide suitable cover for health, transport, weather and un-mitigating circumstances which may prevent you from taking your holiday or curtail it.

12. Our cancellation policy
All cancellations should be made directly to us in writing via the email or postal address detailed below.
A full refund will be given if a cancellation is made directly with us 28 days or more prior to the arrival date.  A 50% cancellation fee applies if a booking is cancelled between 27 and 10 days prior to the arrival date. A 100% cancellation fee applies if the booking is cancelled less than 10 days before the booking is due to commence.

Bookings made through third party sites may also be subjected to their own non-refundable booking policies.

Should the campsite be forced to close due to COVID-19 regulations, a full refund of your booking will be provided if an alternative date of stay cannot be agreed upon. If you yourself contract COVID-19 or are forced to self-isolate, unfortunately, our cancellation policy as above still applies.

13. Non-Availability
In the unlikely event that we are unable to fulfil a booking or if changes are necessary for reasons outside of our control, after we have sent written confirmation, we undertake to notify you as soon as reasonably possible. If it is not possible to arrange alternative accommodation, or if you do not wish to accept the alternative accommodation, the booking will be cancelled with a full refund of all monies paid. We shall have no further obligation or liability for non-availability, changes or cancellation as referred to in this condition.

14. Site Rules and Regulations
We request all visitors adhere to our site rules of behaviour, as laid out in our welcome information. Our aim is for all parties to enjoy their stay with us. Please be considerate and mindful of others on site. After 10 pm please refrain from making high levels of noise and ensure children are back in your pitch area. Be aware of potential hazards on site and safety conscious; fire pits must be sited at least 3 metres from tents, 5m from our glamping units and never placed inside any structure.

No vehicles are to be driven onto the field unless in an emergency or special permission has been granted by the Duty Manager. Towing vehicles are the exception but must depart the field within 20mins of towing onto site. Trolleys and wheelbarrows are provided to transport luggage. These rules are for the safety of children and guests and to protect the natural environment and meadow.

No dogs are allowed in the farm park areas of the site. Please drive at 10mph or less on all areas of the site and follow the direction signs. Farm Park access is restricted to entry times of 10am to 5pm.

Should any party member breach the site rules, or behave in an unsafe or inappropriate manner, we reserve the right to ask the party to leave the site without compensation for the unspent element of the holiday.

14. Day Visitors
Day visitors are welcome to join guests staying on-site but may not stay overnight. No access to the farm park is granted for day visitors. The Duty Manager must be notified of all visitors to site. Guests are responsible for ensuring visitors adhere to our site rules and regulations and behave in a considerate, respectful manner to other guests and staff. We retain the right to ask any visitor to leave the site immediately if we consider it necessary for the comfort or safety of other guests.

15. Force majeure
We cannot be held liable if through Force Majeure, completion of our agreement is entirely or partially, temporarily or permanently, prevented due to circumstances which are beyond our control. This includes but is not limited to events such as fire, flood, extreme climatic conditions or stormy weather, civil disorder, pandemics,  threat of war, staff strikes, blockades and other interferences or events beyond the provisions regarding non-availability under 11 above.

16. Liability
We accept no liability for theft, loss or damage, of whatever nature, during or as a result of a stay with us.

Guests and all party members will be jointly liable for all losses or damage that occurs either directly or indirectly as a result of their stay. This includes loss or damage caused by dogs who must be on a lead, under control and monitored around the site and children and livestock at all times.

17. If you have a complaint
We hope all guests have an enjoyable stay with us. If there is something that you are not happy about, please notify our Duty Manager as soon as possible during your stay. If following this, you are still dissatisfied please write to us within 14 days of departure via email or the designated postal address in 18 below and setting out the details of your complaint so we may respond accordingly.

18. Risks
Our site sits in open countryside with a quarry area, unmanaged woodlands and some dilapidated farm buildings in adjacent fields. Children must be supervised at all times. Guests and children are not permitted access to the private farm buildings, machinery or structures peripheral to the site. The responsible adult/guardian must ensure children understand these rules and restrictions and are mindful of not straying into areas designated for wildlife as well as adjoining private property. Children should only leave the pitch area and explore woodlands and the surrounding area whilst under parental or parentally approved guidance and supervision.

Our site is set in beautiful open countryside, with woodland and uneven terrain in some areas, as well as structures such as toilets located up steps; please be mindful of your surroundings and take appropriate care on site and when using the facilities.
The woodlands adjacent to the campsite have a dangerous ravine in them. Please do not let children into the woodland unaccompanied. The area is fenced and roped off and can be shown to parents by the Duty Manager as needed. There is also a relatively steep hillside to consider. All children and anyone under 18 years of age must be supervised at all times by at least 1 adult whilst in woodland areas.

Fire bowls/BBQ grills and gas stoves on-site can get extremely hot. Extra caution should be taken not to touch any part of the Fire Bowls/BBQ Grills when in use and for a considerable time after use. Metal parts/grills can take some time to completely cool down. Always ensure that gas is turned off after use. If you smell gas leave the glamping kitchen and report this to the Duty Manager as soon as possible. Children should be closely supervised around fire bowls, BBQ’s and gas stoves.

The showers are not fitted with an anti-scald facility, children should not use the showers unless supervised by adults within their party.

19. Designated address
You can write to us at:

Unique Leisure Enterprises Ltd.
Alexandra House
Church Street
Upton Noble

You can email us at:  admin@field725.co.uk

We will not be bound by obvious errors in our printed or online material or online. Should you require any further clarification about our terms of business then please write to us or email us at the designated address above.

Issue date 23rd April 2021

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