Visit in May and you’ll find Birch Yurt surrounded by native bluebells that carpet the forest floor all around it. Inside it’s super-toasty because it has a Godin cylindrical wood burner. This means that you can pop extra-long logs in it that will continue to burn throughout the night. A supply of chopped wood greets you upon arrival. Lots of spare woollen blankets and lovely kilims and big cushions keep the hygge factor high!
Birch now has its own privy and safari kitchen – just in time for social distancing. You can still use the cabaña-style kitchen as well but it’s turned into a wonderful bar instead of a kitchen. Running water, two-burner hob, all your cooking implements provides, as well as crockery, cutlery and glasses. You also have a fire bowl and supply of camp fire wood just alongside your yurt where a picnic table sits in a circular glade. Birch Yurt is our closest to the zip wire – easy for keeping an eye on the kids. It’s dog-friendly like all our yurts, with two spare camp beds under the bedstead.
Upcoming Special Event –
Ask about our next Wild Food Lunch – Limited to 8 participants.
2 nights (Monday or Wednesday arrivals only) from £350
3 nights (Friday to Monday) from £510
4 nights (Monday to Friday) from £640
Bookable dates commence on either a Friday (until Monday) or on a Monday (until Friday). We do mid-week 2-night breaks which commence or end on a Wednesday.
All nightly rates are based on a three night stay at weekends and a two night stay midweek.
Check-in time is 4 pm and check-out is 10:00 am. If you have any queries please contact us.
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