Redwood Yurt is our newest yurt. She went up in July 2017 to the great relief of family groups who hoped to sit around the camp fire after the children went to bed, content that the children weren’t too far away. Redwood Yurt makes a good companion with Birch Yurt or Chestnut Yurt and yet, it’s also great on its own. There’s loads of private space at Redwood with a totally private enormous safari kitchen. We called it Redwood because there is a staggeringly massive sequoia right outside its door – this sequoia may not be as giant as the famous ones in California but it is the largest species of tree in the UK and it’s well worth a hug, but you’ll have to join hands to hug it.
Inside it’s a bit taller than our other yurts – probably trying to live up to its name! There is canvas-walling – it’s just not yet up in this photo. New photos will arrive shortly and will also show the safari kitchen. Redwood is stuffed with wonderful textiles and an big blanket box stuffed with spare woollen blankets. There are two adult size camp beds underneath the double bedstead. We have been known to fit three camp beds in here and it’s still roomy. Your wood burner is stocked with a supply of chopped firewood.
Outside your safari kitchen features a fire bowl, camp fire area, running water, 2-burner camp stove, storm kettle, all cooking implements and crockery and glasses and cutlery. And a supply of camp fire wood! You can see Chestnut Yurt from here but you only see its side and thus everyone can still be private. The outdoor shower and privy are shared with Birch Yurt and Chestnut Yurt – and of course there’s our new hidden privy too.
Upcoming Special Event –
Stay 18th to 21st May and join in our Deer to Venison Masterclass on Saturday 19th May. Learn to skin and joint venison and even cook your late afternoon feast with our specialist instructors. Limited to 8 participants.
2 nights (arrivals Monday or Wednesday only) £300
3 nights (Friday to Monday) from £480
4 nights (Monday to Friday) from £500