Traditional handmade yurt tucked away in peaceful woodland on a farm in the Cotswolds with an outdoor roll-top bathtub.
Please note that the minimum stay for this property is 2 nights
Tucked away on a farm in the Cotswolds, Sapperton Yurt offers guests blissful peace and quiet amidst spectacular scenery. Wander down the meandering farm track across a meadow and into ancient woodland to find this elegant hideaway. The Yurt was handmade in Devon, using a traditional Kyrgyz design with plenty of space inside and its own private deck and covered kitchen outside. Just below the deck, you’ll find a horse box that has been refurbished and now contains a luxurious roll-top bath, the perfect spot to relax while you enjoy the view of the woods.
The interior of the yurt is warm and welcoming with sheepskin rugs, throws, a wood burning stove and the natural light filtering gently through the cream canvas. It’s also very spacious, with room for a double bed and two single futon beds, making it just as suitable for families as for couples.
You’ll find the kitchen outside on a covered section of the decking with everything you could need for cooking up a feast. The fully-equipped field kitchen includes a two-ring gas burner, a small fridge, barbecue, firepit and a Dutch oven. There’s some outdoor furniture on the deck so you can sit out and eat surrounded by the peaceful woodland.
Sapperton Yurt is the perfect place to slow down the pace a bit. Lie back in the hammock or run yourself a bath in the horsebox and soak in the hot water surrounded by nature. In the evenings, get the firepit or the wood burner going, toast some marshmallows and stargaze late into the evening.
If you want to explore the area surrounding your peaceful hideaway, there’s plenty to do without even getting in the car. Wander through the farm’s fields and woodlands, or head down to the canal which leads to the nearby town of Stroud. There are plenty of walking routes, some of which take you by open-beamed Cotswold pubs, such as The Crown at Frampton Mansell. If you’re feeling a little more adventurous, the Cotswold Gliding Club can be found across the road at the end of the drive, or there’s the outdoor pool at Cirencester and the Cotswold Water Park where you can try all sorts of watersports.
Pricing is seasonal, based on three-night weekend stays from Friday to Monday, and four-night mid-week stays, from Monday to Friday. Week-long stays and two-night mid-week stays from Monday to Wednesday and Wednesday to Friday are also available.
2 April to 18 April
30 April to 2 May
28 May to 6 September
15 October to 1 November
Two nights: £440
19 April to 30 April
3 May to 28 May
6 September to 15 October
Two nights: £300
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