Stayed here with several other families - had 9 wigwams in total - was a bit chilly being october but we still enjoyed ourselves. Wigwams are basically long wooden chalets, with single bed bench near door, then horse shoe shaped bench seats round the rest, which with the use of some planks and the table and extra cushions make into one huge bed to sleep 4. You also have a little shelved worktop area, with a fridge under, and an electric heater.
The toilet/shower block is in a converted farm building, good condition, nice large family shower rooms, also communal kitchen area to cook your meals - did get busy - only 1 cooker, 2 toasters, 2 kettles and a microwave. Only really used it for breakfast on the saturday, sunday we had slept in and had to pack up! So enjoyed bacon sarnies in the cafe instead - highly recommend!
There is also a barbecue hut you can hire, we did this on the saturday but with so many families we didn't stay in too long, as we also had a campfire which the farm supplied for a few pounds - you get an old wheel as the base, then kindling, sticks, logs etc to keep it going for a good few hours.