Buttercup and Daisy are spacious, 5.5m yurts. Set far enough apart to allow guests privacy, but close enough so parties booking both yurts still feel connected. One of the main benefits of a yurt is the height – even our 6ft 5″ guests can stand up and move easily in the structures.
The accommodation is really flexible to suit your needs. Each has a luxurious king size bed and the two double futons can provide seating or further sleeping space. The woodburner provides warmth and we include a large basket of logs, kindling and lighters (more available as needed). You can brew a morning coffee or evening hot chocolate on the gas stove. ☕
There is no electricity in the yurts but there are solar lamps which give a lovely warm light. Fairy lights which circle the crown and sides of the yurt really add to the magical atmosphere. Why not lie in bed and gaze at the stars or watch the clouds roll overhead.
For 2021 we are giving guests the option to bring their own bedding of sheets, duvets, pillows and covers or to pre-book bedding to be provided by us (done during the booking/checkout process).
Up to 2 small/medium dogs or 1 large dog are welcome in Buttercup Yurt – which now has a fenced paddock area around it.
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Booking terms & conditions
✓ Check-in times: 5.00pm (by arrangement can park and walk to town from 3pm)
✓ Check-out time: 10:00am. Late checkout possible Sundays only.
✓ Pets: We do welcome dogs in Buttercup Yurt only (max 2 dogs)
✓ Children: All ages welcome, but please supervise
✓ WiFi is not provided but mobile data is good
We have very free-range chickens and are surrounded by farms with sheep and other animals. Dogs must be kept under control and on a lead at a times.
We do not permit smoking/vaping in or around the yurts or the glamping site. Upon request a sand bin can be provided in the car park area.
Please be aware the the countryside can be noisy with farm vehicles and animal noises such as owls and pheasants at night – we can not prevent this but do stock earplugs!
Our site is alongside Kingcombe Lane, a B road than can be busy at key times but guests assure us it is not intrusive.