Yurt and Wagon Holidays
2021 Tel 01686 413857 firstname.lastname@example.org
CORONOVIRUS We are limiting the accommodation available in 2021. From the end of March we will be letting out;
- The Orange Yurt, fully furnished and with use of bus for cooking and dining, for weekly visits only (Sat – Sat), If you want to expand your family group you can ask about bringing a tent. £350/wk low season or £490 high season (July – 3 Sept)
- The Goods Wagon ( two people) £40/night or £45/Fri, Sat nights plus £30 cleaning fee on first night or £200 for whole week inclusive
- Small Wagon Retreat (1 person only) £3o/night plus £20 cleaning fee on first night or £150 for whole week inclusive
We may open up more structures as restrictions are eased in the year.
We will not be opening up the campsite again this year but if you came last year and want to come again please get in touch – there are some visitors from last year that we would love to see again!
If you are looking for a simple family holiday or quiet escape with a partner, the yurts or wagon will give you a degree of ease and comfort while still keeping you close to the basics – starlit skies, space and freedom, cooking over wood fires, peace, beauty and closeness to nature. Not fit for the glampers but perfect for those wanting a down to earth experience on a fascinating hill sheep farm and with a curiosity about the natural world and our heritage. Great for kids with a sense of adventure who want to run wild or for adults who want to learn more about sustainable living .
We have two yurt sites available on the farm, each set in its own private location. You can book them from Mondays to Fridays or Fridays to Mondays or for a whole week (Starting Monday or Friday). The wagon can be booked on any day.
Check the AVAILABILITY CALENDARS:
then email us to reserve the slot if it’s available. The place will be held for 5 days for you to fill out the BOOKING FORM, and pay the deposit.
Click on the photos to get more details of each structure
Little Wagon Retreat
You will cook and eat in Merlin’s bus. (Though the wagons have simple cooking facilities which are useful when the bus is closed – Oct – March) It is a 50m walk from most of the yurts, kitted out with everything you will need for cooking, electricity, charging points, fridge and more.
There are hot showers and toilets in the farmyard, or a compost loo near the bus.