Our Mongolian Yurt
~A little bit of luxury~
Sleeping under canvas, listening to the trees whispering, gazing at the night sky, toasting marshmallows on the camp fire … but with a comfy bed and a cozy log burner to keep you warm at night.
Our traditional Mongolian yurt, tucked away in a secret spot, gives you the best of both worlds!
Just think – no bickering as you put up the tent in the rain (yes, we’ve been there!) … and, as everything is provided, there’s no need to try and cram everything but the kitchen sink into the car either.
What could be better?
Our Yurt is fully equipped with (almost) everything you will need for your stay – just bring food, clothes and towels!
In the yurt is:
Double bed with bedding
A day bed that serves as a sofa in the day and 2 single beds at night (bedding provided)
Wood burning stove with all the wood you might need, fire lighting materials and fire-guard
Pans, plates, cups, cutlery, cooking utensils etc
Small kitchenette with gas stove
Solar lighting and candle lanterns
USB charging point
OS map of the area
Books and games
Outside the yurt is:
Firepit with chairs
Compost toilet with solar lighting
Small evaporation fridge
There is a hot shower, electric fridge and freezer available on the main site.
The Boring (but important) Bits…
We welcome children and dogs in the yurt but ask you to be aware that this is a working small-holding with chickens and sheep that can be easily scared so your dogs need to be kept on leads.
The yurt is accessed via little paths and we have wheelbarrows to help you carry your things to and from if you need them.
The yurt sleeps up to 4 people, with a double bed and two occasional single beds. It is fully equipped and has solar lighting, a gas stove for cooking and a wood burning stove inside for heating.
The yurt has its own, private compost toilet with cold water sink and solar powered light.
There is no lighting on the site apart from in the toilets, so be sure to bring a torch!
We do not allow radios or electronic music but would encourage you to bring instruments and a song to share around the camp fire.
Check in any time after 4pm, check out 10am.
We have only one Yurt and so the site and facilities will be for the sole, private use of the guests in the Yurt.
In order to keep our guests as safe as possible we’re putting extra measures in place in accordance with government guidelines. These are:
All surfaces will be washed then sterilised using an anti-viral disinfectant
All bedding will be rotated between guests (duvets, mattress and pillow protectors)
All kitchen items will be cleaned in the dishwasher between guests
Games, maps and books will be rotated between guests
A virucidal smoke bomb will be used inside the Yurt in order to sterilise any fabrics or other difficult to sterilise surfaces (sofa, beanbag, yurt walls and decorations)
The guest information booklet will be emailed to guests in advance
Hand sanitiser and cleaning products will be provided
Unfortunately we will be unable to provide complimentary tea and coffee so please bring your own
In order to be able to achieve this mammoth task we’ve moved the check in time a little later to 4pm and ask guests to please check out of the Yurt at 10am promptly. Thanks
Unfortunately we’ve had to raise our prices a bit in order to cover the additional costs of cleaning and sanitising the Yurt to ensure your safety from Coronavirus.
|Low Season (5th Sept – 31st March)||£80 per night (additional cleaning charge of £30 if only staying one night)|
|High Season (1st April – 4th Sept)||£100 per night, minimum stay 2 nights (7 nights in school summer holidays)|