Frequently Asked Questions

Usually April – early October. If the weather looks good though, we may be open in March.

Yes. Buttercup Yurt is dog-friendly as it has a fenced paddock around it enclosing the yurt, firepit and hammock. Dogs may be off the lead in the paddock, but need to be kept on the lead outside of this area.

We welcome up to 2 dogs. Dogs must be well behaved and under control during their time here.

At certain times of the year (when we have no sheep) dogs can be exercised in our bottom field.

Daisy and Buttercup Yurt sleep 5 with a king size bed, 1 double futon and 1 single day bed. 

If you are a family of 6, please let Jane know and improvise a bed for a 6th child.

(A travel cot can be provided)

Check-in is currently 5pm

Check-out is 10am


Yes. we charge £27 pet cleaning fee per stay so this covers up to 2 dogs.

We give you the choice as we know some prefer to bring their own bedding.

Our bedding can be pre-booked and includes pillows, duvets, blankets, sheets and covers.

There is a small fee to help cover the cost/time of laundering these items.

King set £20

Futon/daybed set £15 each

Whilst we do not have  dedicated wifi here, the roaming signal is good for 4g.

Yes. Both yurts are suitable for families from babies upward. We can provide a travel cot and high chairs and toddler cutlery, plates etc. Further details can be found in our ‘Family Stays’ section.

Please let us know if you wish to have visitors during your stay so we know there will be extra people on site.

We ask that no more than 4 people visit and all visitors will need to be off site by 10pm.

If you need to cancel please let us know as soon as possible. We will refund if we can re-let the dates and any refunds will be minus any booking/admin and stripe fees.

Yes. Chipping Campden is a 15 minute walk/3 minute drive away and has 6 pubs/hotels, tearooms and bistros, many are award winning.

There is a Chinese/FishnChip shop Crystal Palace and an Indian restaurant/takeaway the Maharaja.

Moubourne (Honeybourne) provide Indian food and will deliver to Chipping Campden (usually about an hours wait)

Yes. Chipping Campden is a 15 minute walk/3 minute drive away and has a Co-Operative general store, a Onestop convenience store and a couple of delicatessens. 

There are gift shops, galleries, a museum, Sam Wilson and Robert Welch homewares as well as a post office and household supplies, independent clothes shops, sweet shop and more. 

In brief:

No smoking/vaping in or near the yurts or buildings

Please be quiet on site after 10pm and before 8am

Only those in the initial booking can stay overnight – day visitors are asked to leave by 10pm

Unless in the paddock around Buttercup Yurt, dogs must be kept on a lead at all times

Chipping Campden is fairly rural and has limited public transport. Buses are run by Stagecoach Midlands, Pulhams and the Hedgehog Community Bus.

The nearest train stations are Moreton-in-Marsh and Honeybourne and Cheltenham Spa is the nearest main station.

There is no electricity in the yurts themselves but the kitchen/utility room has fridges, kettle, toaster and microwave and sockets to charge phones etc.

There is an electric shower and hairdryer in each bathroom.

We are very conscious of our impact on the environment and try to make decisions that reduce our footprint.


  • clean and launder with environmentally kind products and line dry
  • use sustainable/non-bleached toilet rolls/tissues and kitchen roll (carbon neutral manufacturing)
  • use solar for lighting in the yurts and around the site, and to charge up batteries
  • recycle plastic, glass, tin and paper
  • provide drinking flasks to avoid single use plastic water bottles
  • have electricity from renewable energy
  • source local where possible including logs
  • recommend local shops and places to visit to support the local economy

Yes. We are on a mains water supply so we ask that guests do not bring bottled water to the site as we wish to reduce single use plastics.

Our toilets are standard flushable loos, not compost loos.