Lovely yurt with large terrace and private kitchen and overlooks the stream, near Chepstow. Closed in winter.
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THE YURTS ARE CLOSED IN WINTER - OPEN END OF MARCH UNTIL OCTOBER.
Set deep within 80 acres of meadow and woodland you can find this Mongolian yurt sleeping up to 7 people on the edge of the beautiful Wye Valley, near Chepstow. The yurt site has a Quality Assured award.
Yurt 1 sleeps 7 and comes with a super king-size bed as well as a Mongolian day bed and 4 single futons. It has its own well equipped kitchen (with full size cooker, microwave and large fridge freezer), plus a coffee table and central wood burning stove. Outside you can find your own private toilet and outdoor shower.
Yurt 1 is the first yurt in the field, is close to the stream and is located a little away from the other four yurts. The view from the front door looks down the length of the yurt field, while the view from the back door overlooks the stream. It offers more privacy, closer to facilities and is more sheltered by the trees, perfect for those that prefer a little shade.
Outside you can relax on the large deck and enjoy a drink or two at the quirky table (made from an old sewing machine base). A bench seat and two steamer chairs ensure there is space for all the family, whilst the built in stone BBQ is the perfect way to cook dinner. Of an evening warm yourself around the chimenea. What better way to disconnect from the world and reconnect with family and friends!
There is plenty to do and see on this farm site with children loving the freedom of outdoor space and adults loving the tranquility and beauty of the area. Enjoy many walks around the grounds, taking time to spot the farm animals including the Highland cattle, Soay sheep and many chickens. Challenge the children to a game of badminton or boules or make a den in the forest before splashing in the river. After a busy day enjoy a stroll to the local village for dinner in the pub. Further afield you can visit the towns of Monmouth, Tintern and Raglan. Those looking for adventure can try canoeing, rock-climbing, mountain biking and paddleboarding all within 10 miles of the site. Alternatively take in some culture with a visit to Tintern Abbey, where you can explore the ruins before enjoying a cuppa at one of the local village cafes.
Arrivals on Mondays for a 4 or 7 night stay and on Fridays for a 3 or 7 night stay. Prices range from £346-£632 for a 3/4 night stay.
No pets. No group bookings.
Whole property for 5 or more
Cardiff / Bristol
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