Camp for 14 from £130 per night! (3 night minimum stay)
An extra 2 can camp for £30 per night in own tent
3 sleeping yurts & a large living yurt.
2 yurts with real king size bed, 2 singles and a pull out futon. 1 yurt with 4 singles.
Withybed is perfect for first-time glampers and seasoned campers alike! Raised up on stunning decking with everything else you could need, really gives our handcrafted yurts that touch of glamour… you may never want to get down! Found down a farm track, close to a small stream and our deer park you are really in amongst nature; and with nothing else around for at least a 5 minute walk, you can enjoy your stay totally undisturbed!
Our yurts were lovingly built using ash from the estate by a local furniture maker who also made our unique furniture. Our bedroom yurts have warm rugs and famously comfortable real beds and mattresses and our living yurt has space for all of you to sit and relax with a small kitchen area so you can be together whatever the weather! On fine days, eating al fresco on our sun-soaked decking is an absolute must as you enjoy the views and fresh air! Cook on the camp fire or use our outdoors ‘cheats kitchen’ complete with a gas oven & proper fridge/freezer.
You will have your own 2 flushing loos, 2 hot outdoor shower & amazing wood-fired bath under the stars tucked around the back on the deck.
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The yurt were perfect rain or shine! I will never forget lots of wonderful memories at Withybed Yurts.
Adrian - Sept 2019
WHAT PEOPLE SAY...
Gas hob inside living yurts
Gas oven & sink in outside kitchen
Solar powered fridge
Camp fire & BBQ equipment
Cooking equipment, plates etc
Two hot showers & two flushing loos
Woodfired open air bath!
The Best Bits:
Stargaze through your yurt skylight &
from your open air bath!
Amazing wildlife and nature is all around you!
The site is exclusively yours! No shared facilities with other sites 5 minutes away!
Order some venison from the estate & really eat local!
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Dog friendly (up to 2)
Please keep out of sleeping yurts