About Adhurst Estate
Adhurst Yurts are recommended by Sawday’s, The Telegraph, The Week, The Sunday Times, The Independent, Harpers Bazaar and Hampshire Life and feature in the best-selling WILD Guide and Cool Camping’s Glamping Getaways series. Our four yurts and one canvas-roofed wood cabin are tucked within one hundred acres of ancient woodland above the banks of the River Rother and are well away from any roads. Adhurst provide stylish, healthy and ecologically-conscious holidays for everyone from family reunions to romantic couples to holidaying pets, foodies and nature enthusiasts. Honeymoons in Willow are very popular. Willow, Rother and Coppicer’s are private encampments with their own safari kitchens. Birch Yurt and Chestnut Yurt are ideal for friends sharing.
If you’re keen for some nature and fabulous walks with dinner by the campfire and mornings spent in your cosy yurt – Adhurst is for you. We are one hour from London and you can easily come by train. You can walk from your yurt to three different pubs. The Queens Head in Sheet and The Harrow in Steep are both excellent and charming. As well as the pick-your-own Durleighmarsh Farm up the road.
Adhurst is situated within the South Downs National Park and is a 450-acre estate owned by the sixth generation of descendants of the Bonham-Carter family. A mixture of arable farming, woodland habitat and wetlands, Adhurst is a site of special scientific interest on the West Sussex/East Hampshire border. The estate comprises workshops, farmhouses and cottages – as well as privately run allotments and orchard and our conservation wild fly-fishing syndicate.