Our five yurts and one canvas-roofed rustic cabin nestle within one hundred acres of ancient woodland within a 450-acre Victorian estate inside the South Downs National Park. We are high above the banks of the River Rother and are 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 love it here. Each space has its own campfire area and wood-burner and even its own safari kitchen. We provide fire bowls, all cast iron cookware, crockery. In short, everything you could possibly need to make your holiday great. We also incorporate bushcraft into your stay with bespoke sessions from shelter building to plant identification to ponassing fish and much much more.
Adhurst Yurts are located on the border of West Sussex and East Hampshire. We are one hour from London, therefore, you can easily come by train. Also, you can 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 up the road with its visiting fishmonger.
Sawday’s, The Telegraph, The Week, The Sunday Times, The Independent, Harpers Bazaar and Hampshire Life all recommend Adhurst Yurts. We also feature in the best-selling WILD Guide and Cool Camping’s Glamping Getaways series. We provide dog-friendly glamorous camping (glamping!) within the South Downs National Park. Arrange bespoke bushcraft with our qualified instructors to suit all ages. Or just stay cosy inside your yurt while we bring your breakfast hamper. You can customise your holiday to be what YOU want it to be from super romantic to Swallows and Amazons.