Owl Valley is open with COVID-19 Guidelines in place
We have been working hard to prepare Owl Valley to safely re-open to the public during these unprecedented and uncertain times. We have been paying close attention to advice from the Government, as well as recommendations coming from the camping industry, in order to provide our guests with a safe and secure place to reconnect with nature.
As per the new Government Guidelines, from the 24th of September, there will be QR codes displayed in each bell tent, cabin and dome, and at Steve’s Shack. We ask that you abide by the guidelines and check – in on arrival at Owl Valley by scanning the QR code provided or by downloading the NHS COVID-19 app that is available in the App Store and Google Play. It is better to download the app before your arrival as cell reception and 3G/4G is very limited in the valley.
Health and safety protocols
By following a few health and safety protocols, we can make sure that your trip with us is not hindered by any concerns about your health.
Our bell tents are spaced at least 30m apart, each with its own cooking facilities, running water, and en-suite (featuring brand new Biolan compost toilets and DIY eco showers).
If there are multiple parties on-site, some facilities may be operating under revised conditions. However, for additional peace of mind all around, we will gladly keep the site private for large groups, at our discretion.
We are unable to accept any group booking larger than six and request that there are no more than six people at any one time in Steve’s Shack.
Please note that the honesty shop is not currently open. However, we will be around each morning to swap ice packs in the iceboxes and are more than happy to help in any way we can. All you need to do is ask!
Due to the COVID-19 situation, we are not currently asking for deposits and request that the full balance of your booking is paid no later than four weeks before the date of your arrival.