Cozy Yurt Rental on a Traditional English Farm Located in the West Midlands, UKShropshire, England (United Kingdom)
Cozy Yurt Rental on a Traditional English Farm Located in the West Midlands, UK
"Stayed here for four days and had the best time! This place is truly glamping at it's finest. Out hosts were super kind and welcoming, as well as acc…"
Positioned on a lovely, traditional farm right on the Welsh border in the countryside of the West Midlands, this yurt rental includes all one needs to complete their perfect glamping adventure. The yurt accommodates up to four people and has carpets, a single bunk bed set, along with a sofa bed that folds out to a double mattress. It is equipped with electricity and ample lighting, and a heater in anticipation for cooler temperatures during the night. Also, guests can utilize a chest of drawers with a mirror, so they can unpack their things and stay in comfort.
Shared facilities on the property include a shower and two flushing toilets in close proximity of the yurt, as well as the communal kitchen and dining facilities. There is a barn where guests can watch television and lounge on the sofa. The guest will experience the most of the surrounding environment during their stay in this lovely accommodation.
All accommodations on the property are equipped to make guests´ stay in the country as authentic and comfortable as possible. Each accommodation has heating and electricity to keep guests warm, and Wi-Fi to keep them connected. Linens will be provided, however towels are not.
Bathroom facilities consist of one shared shower in the main farmhouse and two portable toilets located in the barn, where soap and paper towels will be provided.
The kitchen shack, which is communal and is located in the vicinity of the accommodations, includes a sink, a coffee maker, a toaster, a small double stove, a microwave, and various kitchen utensils and cutlery. For dining in, there is a dining room with a bar and a fireplace. Guests can order breakfast and dinner to dine in, and packed lunches will be provided.
If guests want to relax outside of their chosen accommodation, there is a barn lounge with furniture, a television with a DVD player, and a dance floor. Outside, guests can enjoy a communal fire pit with supplied firewood.
- Shared Kitchen
- Linens and pillows
- Fire pit
Check out: Flexible
Infants allowed Under 2 years old
Children allowed 2-12 years old
Pets allowed additional charge
Some spaces are shared
It is suggested to bring sturdy shoes or rainboots in preparation for any weather.
Dogs are welcomed 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. Guests are required to pay an additional nightly pet fee.
One car is included in each booking, and the fee for a second car per night is an additional £5. There is a nightly fee of £10 for each additional guest.
Be kind to the environment and take care of the surroundings.
You will receive a 50% refund, minus our service fee, if you cancel more than 24 hours after your booking is confirmed and at least 30 days before check-in.
Location and surroundings
Shropshire, England (United Kingdom)
Detailed location provided after booking
- Whitewater rafting
- 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.