We have a two day booking to fill for our yurt for Bank Holiday Monday and Tuesday. Weather is looking good through to the 6th. This is what you could be missing.
“ Liked: This place is an absolute gem! We stayed in the yurt for two nights and from the moment we arrived Tim made us feel so welcome and gave the whole place a lovely happy and calm atmosphere. The yurt is hidden away from the rest of the site and to get to it we had to go down some steps through the woods which all added to the sense of adventure. The yurt is beautifully set out and we were surprised to find that we had practically a whole field to ourselves too! Complete with friendly chickens and old school tyre and rope swings. A huge hit with my family! Tim gave us a brief tour of the yurt and all the useful bits and pieces, including the eco loo, which I have to say I was not exactly looking forward to but it was actually really good! Very clean and it gave my kids another opportunity to talk about poo but whilst becoming a bit more eco aware! The shower was lovely and hot which was a bonus. On arrival Tim had put a bottle of the local Thatchers sparkling cider reserve on ice (absolutely delicious – we bought more at the Thatchers shop nearby. Tim should get commission!!!) along with some apple juice and huge marshmallows on the side ready to be used in the fire pit he’d kindly set up. By that point we were ready to move in permanently! Our evenings were filled with drinks under the stars on the veranda, listening to the owls and enjoying the fresh air. There’s lots of lovely things to do nearby however we had to drag our kids there as they were so content being wild and free in the yurt’s field! However, I can recommend cycling the Strawberry Line to Cheddar, The Swan Inn, and The Railway Inn. We all want to return to the yurt next year!
Disliked: Having to leave! Even my five year old daughter said “Well those days went too quick! We were having so much fun!” ”