Each tent has it’s own facilities, including compost toilet and outdoor kitchen. The compost toilet was great, with the material used making it the warmest toilet seat I’ve ever sat on! Luxurious! The hut was as nicely done as a toilet could be, with thoughtful little touches to make it feel quaint.
The shower is very basic (basically a weed killer pump you can fill with warm water – I quite liked the resourcefulness!) so don’t expect too much luxury there. If you don’t stress too much about camping hair there is space to have a wash and you’re not far away from the sea! This is often something that comes with off grid camping / glamping – a few luxuries or conveniences aren’t always available. One of the things I do miss, but wish I didn’t, is usually a fully charged phone! I can cope without hairdryers, straighteners, ipads…but I am obviously documenting our stays which can’t be done with a dead phone! Thankfully a lot of places offer solar chargers (including Owl Valley), and we always take the in car chargers to get that juice on our way out exploring the local area.
The outdoor kitchen here was fantastic. You really don’t need to bring anything! They had plenty of pots and pans, crockery, cups and glasses, bottle openers, cutlery and cooking knives, various other cooking utensils, tea towels, tea bags, washing up liquid…the list goes on! The BBQ had a bag of charcoal waiting for us, and the fire pit was ready with kindling and logs to. Just take your own food!