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This rustic camping cabin is based in East Hampshire within South Down National Park amid ancient woodland on a 450-acre Victorian estate and it makes for an extraordinary glamping getaway. The cabin is relatively secluded and was constructed using local timber, allowing guests to feel immersed in the sublime natural beauty that surrounds it. Inside, guests will find a beautifully decorated interior with wooden floors, Kelims, a cylindrical Godin wood burner, and a cool cherry tree that acts as a ladder to the sleeping deck, which the kids will love. The double bed comes with down duvets, feathered pillows, and a comfortable mattress as well as a vintage iron bedstead and plenty of extra blankets. There are also two single futons and two single camp beds, however, the hosts recommend that guests bring sleeping bags for these.
Additionally, guests will have access to a private and fully-stocked verandah kitchen complete with cast iron cookware, hot running water, and a gas hob. Outside the yurt, guests will also have access to a private shower deck and a fire pit where guests can share stories of the day’s adventures for the ideal end to the day.
The property offers a shared kitchen area, which is filled with every necessary facility and utensil that guests will need to cook their meals throughout their stay. Glampers will also have access to shared bathrooms and showers.
These luxury yurts are tucked away in an enchanting wooded area in Petersfield, located in the East Hampshire district in Hampshire, England. Hampshire is at the very bottom of southern England, putting it right on the coast of the English Channel and directly across from the Isle of Wight. One of the county's biggest claims to fame is that it was the birthplace of both Charles Dickens and Jane Austen, two prominent authors who are still well-known, read, and loved in this day in age. Southampton and Portsmouth are the two largest ports in southern England and are two must-visit places in Hampshire county, with attractions like the Portsmouth Historic Dockyard and the Royal Armories. The Winchester Cathedral in Winchester is also a site that cannot be missed. The property is just one mile from the center of Petersfield and is within easy reach of the South Downs National Park.
This property offers fly fishing, and there are also beaches nearby for other water-related activities or simply relaxing on the shore. This property is also a paradise for tennis enthusiasts as it sports its own on-site tennis court. Glampers will not be far from quality local pubs from which to grab a drink, along with a myriad of restaurants, cafes, and shops in the nearby town of Petersfield. Here, guests can also find the Petersfield Lake, the wonderful Physic Garden, the local golf club, an outdoor swimming pool, art galleries, and museums.
The rental price is based on double occupancy for one night on the weekend; however, the yurts must be rented out from Friday until Monday, three nights total. There is also a different price for weekday rentals, of which there are two options: renting Monday through Friday, four nights total, or mid-week for two nights, either beginning or ending on a Wednesday.
Dogs and outdoor fires are allowed. A stew for two people served with bread and butter, or breakfast hampers that include coffee, orange juice, and bagels with lox, can be prepared and ready upon arrival, each with an additional fee of $40.27.