We are not a public campsite.
We are only able to accept organised group bookings.
A Deposit will be required upon booking.
Due to the terrain at Wild Ways, it is most important that the leader or organiser of any group intending to hire these premises should visit the site and satisfy themselves as to its suitability for their group, before booking, particularly because of the very limited disabled access.
Please see our terms and conditions. [[link]]
Types of Group who book Wild Ways
We have hosted a variety of groups so far and these include:-
Earth Spiritualities, Herbalists, Druid Groups, Drumming Groups, Shamanic Groups, Astrologers, Forest Schools, Organisers of groups retreat weekends, Therapy Groups, Artistic Groups, Choir and music Groups, Hula Hoop Dancers, 5 Rhythms Dance Groups, Re-enacters, Camping Groups of friends, Body Painting Group, Women’s Groups, Men’s Groups and groups who welcome those who don’t fall into either gender. We are available for Rites of Passage, including hand fastings, facilitated by us or by incoming Celebrants. Sometimes a few friends like to book us for a weekend with an outside fire under the stars and a sauna. Many different nationalities have visited Wild Ways over the years and also people from very different spiritual beliefs.
We are open to ideas provided they preserve the character and nature of Wild Ways and are considerate of our closest neighbours.
Site Policy / terms and conditions
Alcohol – Our policy on alcohol, if it is used at all, is that it is used in moderation.
Drugs – No illegal drugs are to be brought on to the premises or consumed.
Music – Electronic music by arrangement. Cut off time for music is 11pm, though drumming at the Round House can go on for as long as one likes. The key is to be aware of the nearest dwellings and be sensitive and sensible.
Dogs – Dog mess must be burried or disposed of.
Wild Ways is a work space and there can be regular people such as Garth and myself, doing various things in our workshops. We take care of the type of privacy a group needs. We are also open to showing people what we are working on if visitors are interested.