- Sleeps 6 (max 6 adults, 5 children)
- Cooking facilities
- Beds Provided
- Bed Linen Not Included
- A furnished, hand-painted 21ft Mongolian yurt with a skylight for stargazing
- Decking with outdoor seating area and chimenea
- The largest of two yurts in the valley sharing a well-equipped wooden kitchen hut
The Owner Says
Each yurt sits on its own wooden deck with tables and chairs and a chimenea. Both yurts can sleep 5-6 people on a double beds, daybeds and futons.
Pheasant Yurt is opposite the kitchen and is a 21ft yurt. There is a small stream and bushes between the yurts providing seclusion.
Both yurts are fully furnished and equipped with log burners for cooler evenings. Solar powered fairy lights add to the atmosphere along with solar powered lanterns.
The fully equipped kitchen can be found in the log cabin with a range cooker with gas hob and electric oven. There is also a microwave, toaster, kettle, juicer, cutlery and crockery, tables and chairs for a rainy day, plus storage, fridge and freezer. Outside is a dining tent with a bench table. Our outdoor cooking area includes a wood-burning pizza oven, BBQ and campfire.
Each yurt has its own private shower and flushing toilet facilities in the next log cabin. The water is heated by solar panels on the roof backed up by gas.
The fields the yurts are in are managed for wildlife so the terrain is rough with long grass and natural springs so wet areas. Around the yurts and log cabins the grass is mown so games can be played on the grass.
The field has small streams and long grass for children to play in and explore with wooded areas. The smallholding is 34 acres so plenty of space to look around and meet the llamas, horses and chickens. Keep your eyes peeled for pheasants, rabbits and deer.
Features & FacilitiesYurts are fully furnished with a double bed, day beds and futons (including bedding for the main bed and extra bedding if required) and have log burners for cooler evenings. On the wooden deck outside there is a table, chairs and chimenea. Both share the kitchen and shower facilities. The kitchen has a range cooker with gas hob and electric oven, a microwave, toaster, kettle, juicer, cutlery and crockery, tables and chairs for a rainy day, storage, fridge and a freezer. Outside there is a dining tent with a bench table and a further outdoor cooking area with a wood-burning pizza oven, BBQ and campfire area. Each yurt also has its own shower and flushing toilet facilities in a neighbouring log cabin. If it’s raining there are board games in kitchen, drawing books and crayons and painting and craft sessions can be organised.
ActivitiesThere are plenty of walks and trails directly from the campsite – including a walk to Porfell Wildlife Park (01503 220211), an animal sanctuary with exotic animals from around the world. You could head to Bodmin Moor for more challenging walks or enjoy the beautiful coastal path leading down into coves and beaches. Looe and Polperro take you back in time with their interesting streets wandering down to the harbour and beaches. The Monkey Sanctuary (01503 262532) is just the other side of Looe and well worth a visit, set on the cliffs it is the atmospheric home to rescued monkeys with beautiful views and gardens. Or visit the nature reserve on Looe Island by boat.
Food & DrinkThere are plenty of top places to eat and drink around Looe (and plenty with great live music too). For something a little different, Ocean Earth (01503 263080) serve great Thai food and there's also a Chinese (01503 264500) and, of course, fish and chips (01503 263091). In terms of pubs, the closest to the campsite is The Jubilee Inn (01503 220312) at Pelynt – excellent food for lunch and evening meals – while The Rashleigh Inn (‘the inn on the beach’; 01726 813991) at Polkerris has the best views. Rick Stein's restaurant and café (01841 532700) in Padstow is the best for fresh fish. For everyday supplies, the village of Lanreath has a community run shop and post office (01503 220997) selling local produce and everyday needs. It's within walking distance, although up a steep hill. For more major supplies there's a Spar in Pelynt (01503 220239), a Co-Op in Looe (01503 262249) or major supermarkets in Liskeard and Bodmin.
Campfires. Stargazing from bed. Home comforts under canvas. No wonder yurts are the accommodation of choice in the Mongolian desert. And with an exotic wildlife park within walking distance, Enchanted Valley Yurts could be in a foreign land too were it not for the British weather.
From the North – Continue to the end of the M5 and join the A38 heading for Plymouth. Stay on the A38 across the Tamar Bridge into Cornwall. Continue on the A38 heading for Liskeard and, at the end of the dual carriageway, take the 2nd exit on the roundabout signposted to St Austell – A390. Continue on the A390 to East Taphouse after passing a garage on your right you'll find the last bend in the village, after this take the turning to the left signposted to Looe and Polperro on the B3359. Continue on the B3359 for about 5 miles towards Lanreath just before the village on a bend there is a road to the right signposted Polruan and Bodinnick -– take this road for about 500 meters, the campsite is then the little lane to your right beside the conifer trees. Go down the little lane about 250 meters to the bottom of the hill. Tregrove farm is on your left.
From the West – Leave the A30 at Bodmin and join the A38. After about 4 and a half miles take the turning to the right signposted Looe, East and West Taphouse this road will take you to the A390. Turn left on to the A390 to Middle Taphouse. Turn right on entering Middle Taphouse this road will take you to the B3359. Turn right on to the B3359 and follow the road to Lanreath as above. If you miss the turning at Middle Taphouse (which is small) continue on to East Taphouse and take the turning for Looe B3359 as above.The main line train station from the north is in Liskeard (0845 748 4950), from the west in Bodmin (0845 748 4950) both about 10 miles from Lanreath. Pick up can be arranged in advance.