Try camping with a difference. A stay in a yurt is a memorable glamping experience, with full sized beds and a wood burning stove so you can enjoy peace and tranquillity in style. The yurt is authentic Mongolian and is furnished for your comfort. Located overlooking the river Hems, it is ideally positioned in a beautiful secluded area, in the company of dragon flies and wild ducks in the lake. The Two Night Yurt Break in Devon is perfect for those seeking a quiet getaway. The Yurt sleeps up to four people, but you can take your family, a group of friends, or go by yourself if you seek some time alone in the country in which to reflect. You will be camping 'off the grid' with this unusual yet serene two night break. The yurt has its own power supply and there is a kitchenette, shower and flushing toilet available for your convenience. There is a local town and villages a short distance away should you wish to venture into inhabited areas, or just relax and enjoy the flora and fauna
Need to Know
On arrival you will be greeted and shown to the yurt you will be staying in. Staying in a traditional yurt is ideally suited for both families and groups, as a private retreat and for those who would like to camp in a serene and peaceful location, with an unusual twist, in the heart of the Devon countryside. There is a small communal but well equipped kitchenette with full use of crockery, cutlery and utensils as well as a washroom complete with a shower and flushing toilet. Totnes, the nearest town has weekly markets and a large selection of highly individual small shops along with the regular supermarkets and pharmacies. The nearby local villages of Broadhempston, Littlehempston and Staverton have a selection of pubs and inns with excellent food and local produce featured on their menus.