Green and Away
Green and Away, established in 1990, is a unique event venue and campsite, offering groups, organisations and individuals a natural, eco-friendly and creative space in which to come together and relax.
Our fully-serviced site gives you comfort and amenities including steaming hot showers, compost toilets, a cafe serving fresh coffee and a range of teas (and cake!) all while bringing you closer to nature. Dine on a range of expertly made vegetarian food and wrap up each day with a few drinks in our sociable bar.
We provide meeting spaces for a range of groups, from eight people on a craft course to 150 people at a conference or celebration. Our main marquee can host speakers or parties. Our smaller break-out spaces provide room for group activities and personal reflection. While our other facilities are available for eco-camping, providing a comfortable escape to nature.
You don’t have to be environmentally focused to visit Green & Away. We take care of everything – from the biodegradable soaps to the recycling. All you have to do is show up and let your creativity soar.
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