Picturesque Yurts Surrounded by Outstanding Natural Beauty, East SussexEast Sussex, England (United Kingdom)
Picturesque Yurts Surrounded by Outstanding Natural Beauty, East Sussex
"I had my hen do here in September and it was absolutely perfect. We stayed in the 2 yurts which were so comfortable - my bed had an electric blanket!…"
This rural glamping retreat is situated in the heart of the countryside of East Sussex near the tiny village of Cripps Corner, in the picturesque High Weald Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty. The property offers five yurts in total, these include the Moroccan Yurt, the Mammoth Mongolian, the Purple Persian and the two Animal Yurts.
Moroccan Yurt :
This yurt is bespoke joinery-made, truly beautiful and fully insulated yurt containing a seven-foot round bed, plus a double futon, so that you can camp in style and look up out of the glazed dome at the stars. This yurt can sleep between two to four people.
Mammoth Mongolian & Purple Persian :
The second two yurts offered are the Mammoth Mongolian and the Purple Persian. Each of these yurts can accommodate up to eight people. The yurts measure 21 feet in diameter and stand nine feet high. These yurts have one double bed, two double sofa beds and two single futons.
Animal Yurt :
These two yurts can sleep up to five people. Inside guests will have one double bed and three single futons. They come fully furnished in either Zebra Print or Cat Print with everything from teaspoons to ice buckets supplied.
These yurts are $520 each for the weekend, based on an occupancy of four guests. There are fees for per additional guest per night. Linen and towels are supplied for all of these yurts.
This property is well-equipped and offers facilities such as a sky multi-room, where guests can view what they wish on a nine-foot screen. There is also a health suite which contains an Infrared sauna, a hot tub spa, and a body-jet shower. Taken in conjunction with the full range of beauty treatments and massages and spa therapies, this provides a relaxing and luxurious range of facilities. They also offer reiki, a complementary therapy treatment that helps the body to work more effectively, as well as reflexology, an ancient method of healing foot massage, which has been used for thousands of years in places such as China, India, and Egypt.
All of the accommodations have real feature beds, sofa beds, and double- or single-sized futons. Everything is provided right down to the ice bucket! All of the accommodations are also self-catering. There are fridges, BBQs, gas camping stoves, and even open-barrel fires for obligatory marshmallow toasting! Each accommodation has a three by three meter metal-framed gazebo and outside a picnic bench.
There is also a complimentary beverage area with a range of teas, coffee, chocolate, Horlicks, Nesquick, fruit bowls, biscuits, donuts, homemade cakes, and, of course, milk, sugar, and tea are available 24/7.
- Shared Jacuzzi/Hot tub
- Sauna/Steam room
- Shared Barbecue
- Linens and pillows
- Lounge/Living room
- Outdoor furniture
- Sports equipment storage
Infants allowed Under 2 years old
Children allowed 2-12 years old
Some spaces are shared
Activities on site include archery or garden games, a health suite with a sauna and hot tub, and beauty rooms with spa and massage.
Finally, there is a midnight curfew at this glamping site and all clients are expected to adhere to this as a sign of respect to other glampers, guests and neighbors. Although the glamping site is in the middle of a 10-acre plot, it is very quiet. Guests can hear a pin drop at night, and noise carries for several miles. Guests are informed that any music and noise must stop at midnight. Guests are expected to retire to their accommodation and head to bed at this time.
This site's availability changes seasonally; therefore, guests are encouraged to email hosts for further information on booking.
Be kind to the environment and take care of the surroundings.
Location & Surroundings
East Sussex, England (United Kingdom)
Detailed location provided after booking
- Wine tasting
The property has 10 acres of land including five acres of ancient bluebell woods, so there is plenty of room to wander around. There are gardens, woods, and a stream to explore. Guests can also arrange falconry displays with Colin Breck at discounted prices. Other activities include archery and garden games, walking, biking, horseback riding, shooting, fishing, golf, and wine tasting at local vineyards.
Guests can head to the many beaches scattered about, visit the castles and gardens all around, explore lots of local English Heritage and National Trust properties with houses, castles and gardens, and explore the local steam railway. Locally, there is a plethora of fantastic places to dine, including a Michelin-starred restaurant.
During guests' stay at this glamping site, guests can venture out a bit and find plenty to do. There is a pub in walking distance of this glamping site, and there is also a vineyard for wine tasting. The Bodiam Castle is fabulous for a walk and is only five minutes from the glamping site.