ACCESS TO THE CAMPSITE:
The maximum speed once leaving the coast road and entering the property is 10mph. This is not the speed to drive at should conditions dictate that a slower speed is necessary.
Caution should be exercised when entering the actual camp site should children be running around.
Please do not drive unnecessarily onto the grassed areas should the ground be soft unless directed by staff to do so.
It is expected that visitors to Penhalt Farm will familiarise themselves with the appropriate FIRE RISK Assessment Document, HEALTH & SAFETY Document and conduct themselves in a manner according to the few rules in force at Penhalt Farm
We don't have many rules...
Our main objective here at Penhalt Farm is to allow all guests to enjoy uninterrupted peace and privacy, therefore you can understand why we have these few rules...
Only 'off the grass' BBQs are allowed. Camp fires are not permitted as the campsite sits mainly on grass.
No loud music or televisions so as to disturb other visitors, especially late evenings when young children may be sleeping (or trying to!)
Dogs must be kept under control at all times. Remember this is a farming community and there are farm animals nearby.
Should you wish to cancel a booking, we will refund the amount in excess of the deposit, by the method used to pay us. Any refund of the deposit is entirely at the owners discretion.
THE PLAY AREA:
We have several items of outdoor play equipment for the use by children of various ages. It is expected that for younger children some adult supervision might be required whilst for older children some unattended use may be permitted. It is not Penhalt Farm’s policy to oversee or control such use of the play equipment – we expect the parents or guardians to look after their children in a responsible manner.
Accidents do happen and whilst Penhalt Farm maintain the play equipment in order that it be generally safe and ‘fit for use’ this does not prevent children from ‘falling from’ or injuring themselves in some other unexpected manner.
Depending upon the seriousness of any injury, howsoever caused, a basic First Aid Kit is available at all times.
For Minor Injuries:
The Minor Injuries Unit at Stratton Community Hospital, Stratton, Bude. Tel: 01288 320101
The unit is run by highly skilled specialist nurses / practitioners and are able to treat a range of minor conditions.
Minor Injury Units (MIUs) treat a range of minor conditions, which have occurred during the previous14 days from injury, including X-ray if appropriate – including sprains and strains, broken bones, traumatic wound infections (not surgical wounds), minor burns and scalds, head injuries (where the person has not been unconscious), insect and animal bites or stings, minor eye injuries, and general cuts, bruising and grazes.
If you are not sure whether your injury is minor and can be treated in a minor injuries unit, contact NHS 111.
Emergency treatment can be obtained by dialling 999
THE FLAT & CARAVAN:
Various sources of fire or other injury can occur by accidents involving knives, falling down, burns from fires and both the Flat and the Caravan have items that can injure. As above, treatment can be arranged according to the seriousness of the injury.
Farmyards are extremely dangerous for many reason – uneven surfaces to walk on, a range of farmyard mechanical equipment and in some cases farm animals can, if frightened, attempt to run by you with the possibility that you may be knocked over.