Purple Emperor Yurt

Sleeps 2 - 3

Our beautiful handcrafted Mongolian Yurt, situated on the edge of the ancient wood, faces the evening sun over the wildflower meadow.

19 feet in diameter, with 5ft walls and a central height of 7 1/2 feet, and with plexiglas covering half of the 'tonoo', or top window, it's also really light and airy.

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We've decorated it in our house style, with quirky antique and upcycled furniture, and a lovely kingsize bed handcrafted from Knepp oak, with reclaimed hexagonal bed posts. With a luxury natural fibre mattress, four down pillows, a down duvet, pure Egyptian cotton sheets and colourful recycled wool blanket, you'll have a wonderful night's sleep.

We've provided battery reading lights by the bed and glass candle lanterns for that special, romantic ambience. Vintage Swedish rugs cover the wooden floor.

There is a wood-burning stove to keep you toasty in the colder months, with a stove-top kettle and a Bialetti coffee-maker.

All our tents are raised off the ground on a wooden platform to avoid damp.

Outside is your own fire-pit with barbeque grill, and a table and chairs for private eating al fresco, or simply enjoying a morning cup of coffee or sundowner.

"Best campsite we have ever stayed in by far! It’s beautiful, relaxing, has everything we could want and more!"

- Sarah

Prices
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Low - Easter-end June (excluding Bank Holidays), September-October
Peak - Bank Holidays, July-August
Closed - November-Easter
Check-in days are Monday and Wednesday. Weekend bookings check-in on Friday. Accommodation prices are per unit and remain the same for single or double occupancy. The Tree Houses and Shepherd’s Huts sleep maximum two people. All our luxury tents have space for one extra camp bed. The tree houses and shepherd’s huts are not suitable for an additional camp bed.
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Purple Emperor Yurt

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Our campsite ethos is all about the peaceful observation of nature. For that reason we cannot accommodate large groups, stag or hen dos, or weddings.