Green Man Yurt
Greyhayes, St Breward, Bodmin, Cornwall PL30 4LP
- Sleeps 2 (max 2 adults, 0 children)
- Cooking facilities
- Beds Provided
- Bed Linen Not Included
- Most private yurt on site, hard to see against the backdrop of oak and hawthorn trees
- Set up on a wooden deck with tables and benches for eating outside and a campfire nearby
- Comfortable double bed and a big armchair to flop onto
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16ft Green Man yurt, can comfortably sleep two people. The deep green and brown yurt is our most secluded yurt, hard to see against the backdrop of oak and hawthorn trees. It is set up on a wooden deck with tables and benches for eating outside and a campfire nearby. It is lined with wool serge and cotton throughout and the floor is covered in carpets and rugs with a double bed and big armchair to flop onto.
The yurt frame itself is made here in our workshop from coppiced ash with wiggly poles reaching up to the overhead wheel with a clear window to the sky. Lanterns, suspended from the roof poles, cast a warm glow and beautiful shadows in the evenings.
There is a fire pit and barbecue outside and a wood burning stove inside and a hammock swinging in the trees nearby.
Cornish Yurt Holidays is a small family owned business based at Sunnybank Farm, a smallholding of 37 acres stretching from the top of the hill to the sheltered banks of the river Camel below. We started the business in 2001 with only one yurt and since then have grown modestly, maintaining a healthy balance between what we do and the natural environment. This low impact but maximum comfort approach has defined Cornish Yurt Holidays as one of the most environmentally friendly sites of this kind.
The holding supports a handful of traditional Hereford cows, and a grey Shire horse called Moose who used to pull logs out of the woods, before she recently retired.
The land is a mixture of pasture, heathland and woodland and has been managed to maximise biodiversity and the wildlife that lives here. The discovery of the rare Pearl Bordered Fritillary butterfly has led to special conservation measures to enhance and protect the habitat to support their survival.
With burning log fires and big open skies on the edge of Bodmin Moor the yurts are in a beautiful spot. The river flows in the valley below and the moors lie behind. The views of North Cornwall stretch as far as the sea.
We only have three yurts, made here at Yurtworks, each one set up on a deck in their own secluded patch.
Camp fires, barbecues, den making stuff and hammocks help you create your own encampment against a backdrop of gnarly old oaks.. A much loved natural heartland with badgers, foxes, otters, roe deer and some very beautiful butterflies.
Glamping Site Facilities
3 yurts each with real beds, wood-burning stove and its own cooking facilities. Cool boxes and ice packs provided to keep food and drinks cool. Outside each yurt there's a firepit, barbecue and picnic table as well as a compost toilet. Shared solar shower and a bathroom yurt, with hot water supplied by a specially designed wood-burning water-heating stove. Washing machine and dryer for use if needed. Recycling and washing up facilities. Tree swing, hammocks, slack line and den-building materials in the woods. There are no cars on site so wheelbarrows are provided to carry bags the short distance to the yurts. Sessions in fire lighting and other bushcraft skills, run by a fully qualified instructor, can be booked separately.