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Beautiful setting, all facilities nicely done,accommodating hosts, beautiful setting, comfortable camping. Little touches made a big difference and Chris encouraged us to make use of these, eg plenty of candles to use, extra firefighters and kindling (small fee), solar powered fairy lights, hot water bottles (especially welcome in October!), pens, paper and cards / board games, cool box, wind up torches.
Kids loved the games shack with pool and darts, we used the communal cooking facilities and ate here in the evening. Toasty warm wood burner. The kitchen areas were equipped with every utensil you might need, also washing up liquid, tea towels, oven gloves. Composting loo was great and the bathroom was very clean and nicely decorated while still fitting with the rustic setting. Beds very comfy and warm (even in October!).
The site is stunning with lots of nooks and crannies to explore and surprises to come across. Our bags were taken to the tent by quad bike so we didn’t have to lug them there. All in all an amazing stay - the children (7 and 11) are already asking to go back, which we definitely will.
We stayed here for a couple of rainy days in October 2020 - and while the weather was dismal, Owl Valley was still a delight - in fact it was far less windy and rainy in the valley due to the geography of the area.
It's a family run business and Chris and Lesley are constantly improving the site - there was a new hot tub being installed while we were there and we were also told about a number of future additions that sound great too.
The Barn Owl cabin is completely off grid (as are the tents), so you have to heat it with a stove when it's colder but we found that after burning a couple of logs it stayed warm and cosy throughout the night - the glow of the fire is lovely too.
Looking forward to going back next spring/summer...I can imagine the valley will be absolutely beautiful then