Yurt

UK England South West England Cornwall Bude East Thorne Glamping

  • Sleeps 4 (max 4 adults, 2 children)
  • Electricity
  • Cooking facilities
  • Beds Provided
  • Bed Linen Provided
  • In room Wifi
Mongolian Yurt glamping, just a 10-minute drive from the wild Bude coastline
  • Sustainably sourced yurt from Mongolia
  • Large, handmade bed for a great night's sleep
  • Log burning stove and snuggly blankets

The Owner Says

Sustainably sourced from Mongolia, with a modern British twist, our yurts are wooden framed with a felt lining, covered with a waterproof canvas suitable for a British Climate. Our Cornwall yurts are set on strong wooden decking (so no squelchy mud underfoot!) and inside you’ll find large handmade beds, log burning stoves and snuggly blankets and furnishings. Our yurts have Electric, WIFI and refrigeration. We also provide all of the practical things you need to make sure your self-catering stay is hassle-free such as pots and pans, crockery, cutlery and even herbs from our communal garden!

Features & Facilities

The roundhouses have king-sized beds, hardwood floors, an armchair, wood-burning stove, coffee machine, dining table and chairs an en-suite bathroom and a hot tub just outside. The larger roundhouses have an internal kitchen, a cabin bedroom with bunk beds and an additional sofa bed in the main area, while the smaller 2-person roundhouse as an outside kitchen cabin with fridge, sink, gas stove, BBQ. Yurts are kitted out with handmade furniture, double beds, futons, electricity, decking and an outdoor kitchen (fridge, BBQ and gas stove). Excellent shared facilities for the yurts, with showers, loos (2M, 2F), hairdryers, plug sockets, washing up area and a games room with pool table and board games. Pizza oven for use. Internet and WiFi available. Sheep and chickens on-site. Campfires are allowed in the firepits provided.

Activities

East Thorne can organise all sorts of activities from coasteering and kayaking to high ropes. Try surfing at Sandymouth Beach (07870 472448), about 10-minutes’ drive away, or take on one of the toughest sections of the South West Coast Path between Bude and Hartland Quay. Bude’s stunning Summerleaze, Crooklets and Widemouth beaches are popular for trying your hand at further surfing or simply building sand castles with the kids. A string of cool waterfront cafés and amusement arcades will also keep you busy once you tire of the beach.

Food & Drink

Get fresh eggs from the chickens, order hampers crammed with Cornish produce (from £15) or get classic pub grub and Sunday carverys at the The Tree Inn, Stratton (01288 352038). To maximise your options head into Bude, where there are ample cafés and restaurants

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Getting There

From the A39 take the B3254 towards Holsworthy and East Thorne is after the first sharp bend on the right. From Exeter take a bus to Bude and there’s a stop on the A39, just a 5-minute walk from the site.