Cozy Yurts with Beautiful Tree Backdrop near Southampton, EnglandHampshire, England (United Kingdom)
Cozy Yurts with Beautiful Tree Backdrop near Southampton, England
This glamping site boasts a little yurt village, which consists of six yurts, each of which can sleep up to six people. Each yurt has a wood-burning stove, a combination of single or double beds (guests' choice) and fresh linens. There are bedside electric lights and sockets to charge any electronics guests might have. Guests will also find a small hotplate along with a kettle inside your yurt.
Those who stay here have access to what the site calls “The Yurtery.” This is a communal area for those staying in yurts, and it’s where guests can have their own fridge in a shared kitchen, two cookers, four sinks, utensils, and a lounge area.
There are also toilets close to each yurt and a facility for nice hot showers.
Outside your yurt, you’ll find its very own fire pit. There is also a communal fire pit for everyone to gather round in the evening.
Right on the property there is a lovely café overlooking the lake. In the morning, enjoy a cup of coffee and a delicious bacon roll as you take it all in. Later in the day, enjoy a beer or glass of wine as you watch the anglers. It’s the perfect place to sit and watch the world go by.
Duvets, pillows, clean linens and blankets are provided by the site.
Wood for your wood-burning stove and for the campfire is provided free of charge.
- Fire pit
- Double bed
- Wildlife watching
- Infants allowed
- Children allowed
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Check out: Flexible
Infants allowed Under 2 years old
Children allowed 2-12 years old
Be kind to the environment and take care of the surroundings.
Location and surroundings
Hampshire, England (United Kingdom)
Detailed location provided after booking
- Wildlife watching
Talk a walk down to the dairy farm, go fly-fishing, rent a bike, take the kids on a treasure hunt (geocache – the site will provide maps and clues!), or go walking or cycling.