Milne's Corner

Explore the Peak District or simply relax at this beautiful ensuite yurt with private hot tub, BBQ and more.

Key Points

  • Traditional Mongolian yurt with private hot tub, set in an enclosed field on a family run site close to the Peak District and the traditional market town of Ashbourne.
  • A four poster double bed makes this perfect for a romantic retreat, or with comfy day beds others can be added. Fully insulated and with a wood burning stove making this a great year round escape.
  • Plenty of onsite facilities including a children's play area, cooking cabin, luxury shower and toilet facility and a large Finish BBQ hut.
  • Locally you can explore the Peak District or enjoy a family day out at Alton Towers.

Special Offer

Reduced rates for stays of 2 nights or more.     


Get away from it all just outside of the quiet countryside village of Anslow and relax in a traditional Mongolian Yurt with private hot tub! Sleeping up to 6 people, or great for couples, the yurt is set in a spacious enclosed field and offers year round comfort thanks to a woodburning stove.

Milne's Corner Yurt - named after the author of the Winnie the Pooh books can be found at Gate Farm and offers glamping at its best. With a 4 poster kingsize bed, plus comfy day beds, it is perfect for a romantic retreat or a family getaway. There is no electricity which adds to the traditional camping feel, but the glow of the woodburning stove and the battery and solar powered fairy lights will give you warmth and light in the winter months.

In the summer, you can enjoy cooking on one of the outdoor BBQ options or you can choose the large Finnish BBQ hut which is available all year round but perfect for grilling even in winter. If you prefer, you can use the fully equipped comunal cooking cabin, with large electric range and shared fridge.

There is an outdoor play area for children including playhouse, swings and a slide. Separate luxurious washrooms are available with each yurt having it's own complete with complimentary Neals Yard Toiletries to use during your stay.

Located close to the Peak District, you can enjoy a morning walk and then stop off at the market town of Ashbourne before visiting the brewing town of Burton Upon Trent, famous for its Bass beer. If you want to shop till you drop, then Derby is close by with its large shopping centre. Families can enjoy local activities such as the National Forest Adventure Farm, and Alton Towers and Monkey Forest are only a short drive away. There's also a great choice of local pubs and restaurants or you can order a BBQ hamper from local butcher and farm shop ready and waiting for you on arrival.

Up to 2 dogs welcome with a fee of £30 per yurt, per dog.

Single night stays offered from Mon-Thurs only.

Additional adults charged at £25 per night and children charged at £15 per night with a maximum of 6 guests.

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Room Types

Family Rooms
Whole property for 5 or more










 Fire pit

Nearby (within 5 miles)

 Country walks

 Local shop

 Pub within walking distance




 Family friendly site


 Private Hot Tub

On Arrival

 Bring your own towels

 Included - Linen





Shared Facilities

 Shared BBQ facilities

 Shared cooking facilities

 Stroll to bathroom facilities

Young Children



 Welcome all ages


 Free parking



 Small site (2-4 accoms)


Do you supply logs?

We provide 1 crate of logs, plus kindling, firelighters and matches for your woodburner. You can buy extra on site.

What time can we check in?

You can check in between 4pm and 10pm.

Is there a restaurant on site?

There isn't a restaurant, but there is a tearoom and petting farm a 1 minute walk from our car park

Where can I charge my phone?

Yurts are off grid but there are charging lockers in the cooking cabin.

What do you offer for dogs?

We offer onsite dog daycare and dog walking as optional extras.

Nearest Airport/s

East Midlands

Content updated on 14th March 2023 by Louise Catterall, Content Editor at QuirkyAccom in collaboration with Sarah Peake from Milne's Corner