Glamping for purists since 1858
No electricity, dry compost privies and firewood from our own woodland. Our six yurts and one rustic cabin are situated in a hundred acres of ancient woodland within a 450-acre Victorian estate in the South Downs National Park. We’re high above the banks of the River Rother and well away from any roads; so perfect for children and dogs.
Adhurst provides stylish, healthy and ecologically-conscious holidays for everyone – from family reunions to romantic couples, holidaying pets, foodies and nature enthusiasts. Each space has its own campfire area, wood-burner in the yurt(or cabin), and own safari kitchen with gas hob and BBQ. Some have a private bath or shower and some their own privy. We provide firebowls, cast iron cookware, crockery and glassware. In short, everything you could possibly need to make your holiday great. We also can match our guests with a variety of outdoor skills instructors – from fly-fishing to fire-building to guided bird walks to basketry – and more. We can also organise wild food days – cook what you find!? Just ask. It’s all bespoke, enabling you to create your perfect holiday exactly the way you want it.
make sure a few of them are dirt.”
6 Yurts and a Cabin
Inside it’s all fairy lights and wood floors. Your double bed is made up with duvets, large comfy pillows and wool blankets. Each space has a wood burner fully stocked with chopped wood. Outside your private encampment has a safari kitchen for all-weather campfires. Plus all cast iron cookware for the gas hob – and everything else you could possibly need to bring camping. Including a kitchen sink! Most of our yurts have their own en suite hot bath or private shower. And an earth closet, to get even closer to nature.
Adhurst Yurts are located on the border of West Sussex and East Hampshire, tucked in an ancient wood within the South Downs National Park. There are no public footpaths and you’re able to enjoy nature without the crowds – including the river, the pastures and the woods. We are one hour from south London, therefore, you can easily come by train. Walk from your yurt or cabin to three different pubs. The Queens Head in Sheet and The Harrow in Steep are both excellent and charming. There’s also the pick-your-own Durleighmarsh Farm one mile away.
Connect with us on Instagram