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Yurt
1 Bedroom
Sleeps 4
Max 2 pets
From £120 per night

Accepted New listing. The Yurt in the Orchard is our only glamping area, and all facilities are private. The Yurt has a double bed, and a camp beds can be added if you bring up to 2 guests, or a bell tent can be added next to the yurt for adventurous children or adults. Please contact us if you would like the Bell tent, or if you’d like to discuss more than 4 guests.

You have exclusive use of a shepherds hut kitchen and hot tub next to the yurt as well as a private electric compost toilet (odour free and no need to empty) and a wonderful heated shower. The kitchen contains a microwave, toaster, induction hob, fridge, and a kettle, and there is a Kadai wood cooker, with enough wood to get you started. Extra wood packs are available. An outdoor sink area with drinking water tap is also provided.

The hot tub has coloured lights and a Bluetooth speaker, and the kitchen also has a breakfast bar area. The site has a good 4G signal.

The orchard and adjoining land are full of wildlife and livestock, with chickens roaming when they are allowed, so a well behaved dog or two are welcome to stay. No dogs in the hot tub please!

Yurt in the Orchard is our only glamping area, so we are always available to help, but we will otherwise leave you in peace.

The area is great for walks, and is close to the famous Two moors way footpath that leads to the beautiful village of Witheridge which has a pub, shops and post office. The wonderful Stag inn is also well worth a 4 mile stroll for lunch.

By car you have easy access to both North and South Devon coasts, as well as Exmoor and Dartmoor. North Devon has just become one of only 12 world surfing reserves, joining the likes of Malibu and Santa Cruise, California, and the Gold coast in Australia. The area has many fine beaches, and Woolacombe bay was named the UK's best beach in 2021 by the Sunday Times. Lynton and Lynmouth is home to the worlds steepest working water powered funicular railway, as well as the stunning Valley of the Rocks. The area around Braunton Burrows is a Unesco biosphere for its landscapes, wildlife areas and cultural heritage. Exmoor was the UK's first national park, and can be explored on foot, by car or horseback.

New listing. The Yurt in the Orchard is our only glamping area, and all facilities are private. The Yurt has a double bed, and a camp beds can be added if you bring up to 2 guests, or a bell tent can be added next to the yurt for adventurous children or adults. Please contact us if you would like the Bell tent, or if you’d like to discuss more than 4 guests.

You have exclusive use of a shepherds hut kitchen and hot tub next to the yurt as well as a private electric compost toilet (odour free and no need to empty) and a wonderful heated shower. The kitchen contains a microwave, toaster, induction hob, fridge, and a kettle, and there is a Kadai wood cooker, with enough wood to get you started. Extra wood packs are available. An outdoor sink area with drinking water tap is also provided.

The hot tub has coloured lights and a Bluetooth speaker, and the kitchen also has a breakfast bar area. The site has a good 4G signal.

The orchard and adjoining land are full of wildlife and livestock, with chickens roaming when they are allowed, so a well behaved dog or two are welcome to stay. No dogs in the hot tub please!

Yurt in the Orchard is our only glamping area, so we are always available to help, but we will otherwise leave you in peace.

The area is great for walks, and is close to the famous Two moors way footpath that leads to the beautiful village of Witheridge which has a pub, shops and post office. The wonderful Stag inn is also well worth a 4 mile stroll for lunch.

By car you have easy access to both North and South Devon coasts, as well as Exmoor and Dartmoor. North Devon has just become one of only 12 world surfing reserves, joining the likes of Malibu and Santa Cruise, California, and the Gold coast in Australia. The area has many fine beaches, and Woolacombe bay was named the UK's best beach in 2021 by the Sunday Times. Lynton and Lynmouth is home to the worlds steepest working water powered funicular railway, as well as the stunning Valley of the Rocks. The area around Braunton Burrows is a Unesco biosphere for its landscapes, wildlife areas and cultural heritage. Exmoor was the UK's first national park, and can be explored on foot, by car or horseback.

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