Yurts have been used by the nomadic folk of Mongolia from at least the 13th century,
but the circular structure has probably been used from much earlier. As well as
both being traditional , they are the perfect place to stay for an ecologically
friendly holiday, it allows you to be right in the heart of nature, but also gives
some of the comforts you can’t find in a small tent- allowing for a longer and more
comfortable stay on the farm, so you can fully enjoy the beautiful surrounding's
and local historic venues. We assemble our Yurts with materials on the Farm, including
a hand made king size bed made with our own wood, and a memory foam mattress.
Stay in our Yurt
You can book to stay in one of our Yurts, from May to early September, (we provide
a separate kitchen to cook in.) A King size bed and double Futon, in two of the Yurts.
So all you will need to bring is bedding or sleeping bags, or we can supply all fresh
clean bedding for just £7.50. The cost in a Yurt for is £35 per night plus £12.50
per adult, or £10 if you have been before,children are half adult cost. Two night
minimum stay at the weekend. Unfortunately we don’t allow pets or smoking in the
Yurts. We also have some 4 meter Bell tents available for £20 (no bedding inside)
+ people @ £12.50 or £10 each. You can have a Bell tent near by a Yurt, if two families
wish to be together, or just pitched in a secluded area. We have 2 new yurt type
structures one huge “Hunky Dory” Yurt which will accommodate 6 or 8 adults in Cecil’s
field, and the other small “Willow Yurt” by the pond for just 2 adults, both are
same cost as other two Yurts, £35, + people inside.
Cecil’s Field shown below is the ideal 1 acre field for scout groups or private parties
slightly away from main campsite.