Glamping in a Yurt in Wales with Hot Tub
The totally private Country Yurt is tucked away in the corner of a farm in the rural south west Wales. The yurt sleeps to to four people, has a private hot tub and it makes for an ideal romantic getaway or family glamping experience. By day enjoy the happy sounds of nature, at night relax under the stars to the crackling fire or pop a bottle of champagne submerged in 39 degrees of bliss. Hidden amongst the ferns and hazel trees is your electric hot tub, always bubbling away ready for you.
The yurt offers a quirky and practical country style interior, with a solid wood floor, log burner, hand carved king size oak double bed, belfast sink, fridge, inbuilt double hob, hot and cold running water and electricity. The fully equipped kitchen has pots, pans, cutlery and crockery, plus tea and coffee. Dressing gowns, towels, bed linen and all firewood is also provided. There is a washroom with a solar-powered shower and toilet. Just arrive and relax.
Enjoy the secluded grounds, swing from the egg chair, find the hidden tree swing, collect eggs from your free-range chickens and vegetables from the Secret Garden. Get back to nature cooking pizza in the clay oven, a lamb joint in the fire pot and marshmallows over the embers.
Located within easy reach of many famous beaches and a few hidden gems! Enjoy a horseback ride in 140 acres of ancient woodland in Pendine, visit the quirky Tenby beach town, or just kick back and relax in the hammock!
Everything is yours, no need to share facilities! Escape to the Country Yurt to relax and enjoy the countryside in style.
£85 per night
Minimum 2 night stay, ie no one night stays.
Bookings periods: Monday-Thursday/Friday, Friday-Sunday/Monday (unless Bank Holiday). Open all year round.
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Please click the Check Availability link above to get in touch for available dates, to book and any offers. Last minute discounts availableDogs welcome
Your stay at the Country Yurt helps support the ‘Tree Planting Project’ in Malawi, please have a read here www.fromwales.org/tree-project