Comfortable and Family-Friendly Wooden Octayurt on a Farm on the England-Wales Border

Yurt in Shropshire, England

6 guests • 3 beds

5.0
1 reviews

Located in the stunning Shropshire countryside, this yurt is fully furnished with power, light, a heater and free WiFi. It sleeps up to six guests in a king-size bed, a bunk bed (single over single beds) and a double sofa bed with linens provided.

The bathroom block has gendered toilets and showers with unlimited hot water. Guests are asked to please bring their own towels.

The cookhouse and the kitchen shack have everything you need to prepare, cook, and eat food.

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Features and services

Beds

  • 1 King-size bed

  • 1 Bunk bed

  • 1 Sofa bed

Most popular features

  • Pets allowed

  • Wi-Fi/Internet

  • Shared Kitchen

  • Heating

  • Microwave

  • Fridge

  • Wildlife watching

  • stove

    Stove

  • barbecue

    Private Barbecue

  • 1 King-size bed

  • ATV/Quads/4x4

  • Feeding animals

  • Supermarket

  • kayak

    Whitewater rafting

  • Biking

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Where you will stay

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Shropshire, England

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Scenic views
Shropshire, located on the cusp between the Midlands of England and the Welsh border, is abundant with rolling hills, ancient castles, and is the perfect setting for a cozy weekend getaway. Just about an hour away from Birmingham, Manchester, and Liverpool, the location is easily accessible from airports in the region. The region of Shropshire itself does not sport any large cities, but rather many towns, with many in a short driving distance from the location of the property. This glamping site is situated in the northern region of Shropshire with Shrewsbury located 23 miles to the south and the stunning Shropshire Hills approximately a one-hour drive in the same direction. The Shropshire Hills has been classified as an Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty and in this region, guests will find the charming towns of Church Stretton and Ludlow, for a lovely day out.
Activities near Shropshire
  • Biking

  • kayak

    Whitewater rafting

  • ATV/Quads/4x4

  • Wildlife watching

  • Feeding animals

Shropshire and its surroundings are full of sights to see and things to do. Many towns and villages are in short driving distance, so visitors can hop in their car for a nice afternoon outing, or spend a day strolling through the rolling bordering Welsh hills. Market towns like Llansilin and Oswestry are in close proximity and are frequented by visitors and locals alike.

Horseback riding and quad biking facilities are a short distance away if guests would like to explore the countryside in a fun and interesting way. Visitors interested in history have many options available for touring nearby castles, abbeys, and churches. The landscape provides a perfect backdrop for bird watching and photography. The nearby towns are great for shopping, antiquing, and tasting the local fare at restaurants and pubs.
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Things to know

Arrival and departure

  • Check-in: 04:00 PM - 10:00 PM

  • Check-out: 11:00 AM

House rules

  • Pets allowed

  • No smoking

  • No parties

  • Events allowed

  • Open fires allowed

  • Some spaces are shared

Cancellation policy

Thirty

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Additional info

It is suggested to bring sturdy shoes or rainboots in preparation for any weather.

Dogs are welcome to stay on the property, as long as they are well behaved and can be on a leash. There is livestock in the area, and dogs that become problems for the other animals will be asked to leave the property.
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