Description of Glamping Units
The property is home to three traditional yurts and a Scandinavian style wooden yurt. The site has been carefully planned to ensure that you have lovely views across open countryside and yet also remain private and well spaced. The yurts come with feather down duvets, Egyptian Cotton crisp white bedding, roaring log burning stoves, handmade Derbyshire toiletries, and a delicious local breakfast hamper on arrival, not to mention the popular wood fired hot tub under the stars. Each yurt has its own outdoor seating, private composting toilet, log store, and BBQ. All the yurts are the same size; they just differ in colors and where they are located on the field. Read More
- Dining table
- Double bed
- Gas fireplace
- Kitchen equipment
- Running water
- Towels provided
The site is equipped with an outdoor wood-fired barrel sauna which is a great experience alongside the wood-fired hot tub to help you relax and unwind during your stay. Every booking includes a private, complimentary outdoor spa session.
- Jacuzzi/Hot Tub
- Laundry service
- Shared kitchen
Location + Surroundings
This glamping site offers a small collection of luxury yurts on the edge of the Peak District National Park, with stunning views across the Staffordshire Moorlands, only 5 minutes away from Alton Towers. The site is the original and longest established glamping site in the area so they make sure their visitors have a cozy outdoor adventure to create long lasting memories. Read More
- Bird watching
- City tours
Thrill-seekers can enjoy a visit to Alton Towers, the United Kingdom’s number one theme park.
Why not visit Blackbrook Zoologocial Park? It’s a great chance to get up close to some of the most endearing and rare species in the world, just down the road from your yurt.
A 15 minute walk and you can be in the famous Yew Tree Inn at Cauldon where you’ll see an Aladdin's Cave featuring a unique collection of antiques and curiosities, including Queen Victoria's Stockings, a 3,000-year-old Grecian urn and penny farthings. Pop in for a pint and a friendly welcome.
Just 5 minute drive takes you through the village of Oakamoor to beautiful Dimmingsdale - truly one of Staffordshire's hidden gems. This enchanting and beautiful valley is a haven for walkers, nature lovers and those seeking tranquility and spectacular scenery. No visit is complete without a stop into the fabulous Ramblers Retreat, famous for its hospitality and gigantic homemade puddings. It's also worth wandering over to visit the Chained Oak – within the valley is an old Oak tree smothered with chains. Legend has it that in the 1830’s a beggar woman put a curse on the Earl of Shrewsbury - for every branch that fell off this Oak tree a member of his family would die. A branch did fall off the tree and a member of his family did die, so immediately the Earl had chains wrapped around it to stop any more branches falling off.
Hire bikes in the village of Waterhouses, or if you have brought your own, cycle down to the village and experience the beautiful Manifold Valley. There is a great selection of walks from the yurts so you don't even need to take the car.
Visit Staffordshire for a world of possibilities. Staffordshire offers you some unforgettable experiences, excitement, fun days out and incredible adventures. How about a llama trek through the beautiful Staffordshire countryside? Visit the Peak District and enjoy England's great outdoors. Discover a spectacular landscape in one of the most beautiful & inspiring parts of the British Isles. Chatsworth House set in the heart of the Peak District in Derbyshire. There is always something new to see and do in the house, garden, farmyard and adventure playground. Experience a taste of Chatsworth in the shops, restaurants and award winning Farm shop, or explore the beautiful 1000 acre park.The cable car journey is just the start at this popular family Peak District attraction in Matlock Bath. Your ticket also includes access to the caverns, exhibitions and hilltop park.
On a wet day why not head underground to one of the areas many caves and caverns? Try Pooles Cavern, the world famous Blue John Cavern or Speedwell Cavern with an underground boat trip. Visit the home of Emma Bridgewater pottery in Stoke on Trent, perhaps Wedgwood or even Denby. Why not relax at a spa such as Brackendale Spa near Carsington Water?
A fantastic collection of National Trust properties are on your doorstep including Sudbury Museum of Childhood, Ilam Park and Kedleston Hall. The award winning Trentham Estate has something for everyone from shopping, to beautiful gardens, to boat rides, and even a Monkey Forest.
Visit the local markets during your stay and support local producers. Visit the Totally Locally Leek Market which takes place on the first Sunday of every month with an artisan market with lovely local food, jewellery, ceramics, photography, arts, homeware, and more, with lots of Leek's lovely independent shops and cafes open - all making for a relaxed Sunday shopping. Why not visit the highly acclaimed Tideswell School of Food during your stay? Use your Peak District break to learn a new skill...from bread making to sushi rolling, or you can even brew your own beer.
- You will receive a full refund if you cancel at least 7 days prior to check-in.
- You will be charged for one full night’s stay plus 50% of the cost of the rest of the stay if you cancel within 7 days of check-in.