New-Yurt

Five Yurts, a Cabin & Bell Tent. Social distancing is easy as each space is 50+ metres apart.  Your own safari kitchen in all.  Most with private privy and/or private hot bath or shower.  

Nature

We don’t have electricity! We do have gas hobs and hot showers!  All spaces are cleaned and then cloud-sanitised with Bacticlense, a virucidal, bactericidal and fungicidal disinfectant.  Fresh air and UV rays from the sun also help keep you safe.

Fly Fishing

Our circular walk to two lovely pubs, bespoke outdoor skills and basketry sessions at your yurt, the Pick-Your-Own farm walk, guided bird walks… learn to fish with an instructor.  Just ask and we’ll help make it happen.

Deer

UPDATE as of 3 July 2020

Our last availability for July is:

Mon 6-8 July at Redwood & Rother

Weds 15-17 July Birch & Chestnut

Weds 5-7 August Chestnut & Redwood

Glamping at Adhurst

Choose from 5 Yurts, 1 Wooden Cabin and 1 Bell Tent

COVID-19 UPDATE – Social Distancing is easy at Adhurst and each space has its own facilities, kitchen and campfire area.  Enhanced cleaning with chlorine sprays to wooden floors and surfaces.  Corona Guarantee states that if lockdown prevents arrival we rebook you for up to 18 months.  Eased payment to only two weeks before arrival.  

Glamping for purists since 1858: no electricity, dry compost privies and all wood provided by our own woodland. Our five yurts and one canvas-roofed rustic cabin nestle within one hundred acres of ancient woodland within a 450-acre Victorian estate inside the South Downs National Park. We are high above the banks of the River Rother and are well away from any roads; so perfect for children and dogs.  Adhurst provides stylish, healthy and ecologically-conscious holidays for everyone from family reunions to romantic couples, holidaying pets, foodies and nature enthusiasts. Each space has its own campfire area and wood-burner and even its own safari kitchen with gas hob. Some have a private bath or shower and some have their own privy. We provide fire bowls, all cast iron cookware, crockery. In short, everything you could possibly need to make your holiday great.  We also incorporate bushcraft into your stay with bespoke sessions from shelter building to plant identification to ponassing fish and more. We have a flint-knapping and bird watching specialists as well as advanced fly-fishing tuition. We can also organise wild food days with feast. Just ask!

Adhurst Yurts are located on the border of West Sussex and East Hampshire. We are one hour from south London, therefore, you can easily come by train. Also, you can walk from your yurt or cabin to three different pubs.  The Queens Head in Sheet and The Harrow in Steep are both excellent and charming.  There’s also the pick-your-own Durleighmarsh Farm up the road with its visiting fishmonger.  Arrange a basketry workshop at your yurt with our local instructor Louise.  Book an early morning bird walk in spring with our birder Matthew.  Or outdoor skills of all bushcraft variety with Chris and his team.  Or fly-fishing with Gilly.  All our qaulified instructors have decades of experience and will customise their sessions for all ages.

Sawday’s, The Telegraph, The Week, The Sunday Times, The Independent, Harpers Bazaar and Hampshire Life all recommend Adhurst Yurts. We also feature in the best-selling WILD Guide and Cool Camping’s Glamping Getaways series. We provide dog-friendly glamorous camping (glamping!) within the South Downs National Park. Or just stay cosy inside your yurt while we bring your breakfast hamper. You can customise your holiday to be what YOU want it to be from super romantic to Swallows and Amazons.