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 cosy log burner to keep you warm at night.
Our traditional Mongolian yurt 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.
Follow the winding paths through the trees and ferns to discover the yurt nestled in its own private spot, with only the birds (and maybe a few sheep!) for neighbours – secluded, peaceful, magical ✨
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 fuel you might need, fire lighting materials and fire-guard
Pans, plates, cups, cutlery, cooking utensils etc
Small kitchenette with gas stove
A large cool box with ice packs
Solar lighting and candle lanterns
USB charging point and power bank for charging torches and devices
OS map of the area
Books and games
Outside the yurt is:
Firepit with chairs
Compost toilet with solar lighting
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.
We also ask that you try to keep your dogs off the furniture (easier said than done!) or bring a throw to protect it from hair and mud.
The yurt is accessed via little, grassy paths and we have wheelbarrows to help you carry your things to and from if you need them. It’s about 500m from the parking area.
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.
|Low Season (1st November – 31st March)||£100 per night, minimum stay 2 nights.|
|High Season (1st April – 31st October)||£120 per night, minimum stay 2 nights, minimum 5 nights in school summer holidays (21/07/23 – 25/08/23)|