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Accessibility Guide

Situated off the beaten track, Hush Hush Glamping makes for a wonderfully quiet & relaxing stay. 


Access to the pods and their parking is along narrow, stoned, single country lanes. The lanes are open to other vehicles and animals, so be aware you may meet oncoming traffic/animals. Please drive slowly and carefully along the lanes (at a maximum speed of 5mph). Please be aware of walkers, cyclists, horses and riders, dogs, sheep, alpacas, deer and any other persons/animals that may be using the track. The access is not suitable for low rise vehicles, long vehicles or large vehicles.

To get to the accommodation, you will need to open and close one 12ft farm gate. 


The parking areas are gravelled and not fenced off from sheep and alpacas. The paths from the parking area to the accommodation are gravelled and uneven and not fenced off from grazing animals, so there may be sheep/alpaca poo underfoot! Wearing suitable, closed toe footwear is recommended. 

If arriving at the accommodation after dark, it is recommended to bring torches to help find your way inside. There is minimal external lighting provided in the form of solar lamps that throw light onto the gate, hot tub and deking area at Hare's Form and onto the steps, decking area, wood store and hot tub at Huacaya's Cush. 

Self check in is provided for accessing the accommodation on arrival; full instructions on how to do this will be provided after booking. 

To access Hare's Form pod, a wooden gate leads onto a stone chipped pathway and one small step leads up to the decking area. There is a raised door threshold to enter the pod, which provides access straight into the living area. The internal rooms of the pod are on all the same level, with a wooden floor. The main area is open plan, with bed, kitchenette with open shelving, wood burner and seating. Leading from the main area is a small bathroom. See the virtual tour for Hare's Form here!

The approach to Huacaya's Cush pod is up a gravelled ramp/incline. A small gate leads onto a stone chipped area, leading up to 3 steep steps, with grab handles either side. The top of the steps leads out onto the decking area. Across the other side of the decking are the French doors which provide access to the accommodation. There is a raised door threshold. The door provides access straight into the living area. The internal rooms of the pod are on all the same level, wooden floor. The main area is open plan, with kitchen, dining table & chairs and living area seating. Leading from the main area is a bathroom and two double bedrooms. See the virtual tour for Huacaya's Cush here!

The beds in each pod are situated under a sloping roof, so headroom may be restricted when sitting up in bed or when accessing the bed on one side. The beds at Huacaya's Cush are accessible only from the foot/end of the bed. 

The decking areas at the pods are treated annually with non-slip decking treatment, but care should still be taken when walking across them. 

An electric boiler provides instant hot water in Huacaya's Cush, whilst an electric shower and electric taps provide hot water in Hare's Form. Electricity is supplied to the lights and sockets. 

Huacaya's Cush is heated via underfloor heating throughout the bedrooms, living area and kitchen, whilst a heated towel rail provides warmth in the bathroom. A wood burner is situated in the main area of Hare's Form and a heated towel rail provides warmth in the bathroom. 

Wi-Fi and smart TVs are provided in each pod and good 4G coverage is available on most networks. 

Seating around the firepit and BBQ at Huacaya's is provided in the form of natural wooden tree trunks and sun loungers, whilst a side table and chairs set is provided for outdoor seating at Hare's Form. 

Two steps are provided to aid access over the high sides of the hot tub at either pod.

Surrounding grounds

The pods are situated on a 90 acre working farm, which is home to a flock of sheep and herd of alpacas. Walking routes are available across the farm which can be uneven, slippery and muddy. Crops may be growing in the fields, so we ask guests stick to pathways to avoid trampling and damaging the crops. We try our very best to care for the environment around the accommodation and ask that our guests endeavour to do the same. 

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