Glamping FAQs

Our stunning glamping holidays at Stock Gaylard will help you disconnect & reconnect, as you enjoy your own private glamping site with just you, your family & friends in amongst the beautiful Dorset countryside.

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As dog lovers, we are pleased to be able to offer dog friendly Glamping Dorset!

However, we do ask that dogs do not go into the sleeping yurts, but they are very welcome in our large living yurts and please try to keep muddy paws indoors to a minimum!

*Please do let us know if you are planning to bring more than two*

Yes! But it is LIMITED! ​Our sites are off-grid and all our electricity comes from solar power which creates enough energy to fuel your essentials like your fridge & lights. At the moment please do not try and charge phones, speakers etc as it will simply drain all your supplies. Try and come prepared with car chargers or a powerbank.

Being off-grid makes Wi-Fi impossible (but we don’t think that’s a bad thing). ​There is however good 3G/4G signal on most networks.

Unfortunately, our glamping sites are currently not wheelchair friendly being in remote locations that can get muddy and all sites being on raised decking to keep them dry. This is something we are working on. If you do not require a wheelchair all the time but still struggle with mobility we recommend Brickles Camp which only has one shallow step on to the decking.

If you are in any doubt if the sites are suitable for you or have any other questions regarding accessibility please just ask and we would be happy to help!

Check out our ‘Out & About‘ page which lists a number of activities and has our very own downloadable guide to places to eat and drink and attractions to visit.

“The most amazing weekend restoring my faith in camping - this place is absolutely beautiful.”

Chloe – July 2019



Traditional Yurt Camps