Yurts in Somerset

Mark and David's verdict
If you love the idea of camping, but the reality gives you the shivers, check out these beautiful Mongolian yurts set on a dairy farm in deepest Somerset. You'll have a double bed, wood burner, electricity and proper bathrooms on site. There are acres of space, so you can light a barbecue, watch the sun set, visit the cows for milking and let kids off the leash. Nearby you'll find the Quantock Hills, pubs, nature reserves and beaches.

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Somerset Yurts says

Head to our beautiful dairy farm in the Quantock Hills and switch off. We may only be 15 minutes off the M5 but you will feel a million miles away from the rest of the world.

  • Luxury yurts
  • Acres of space
  • Beauty spots nearby

Our four traditional Mongolian yurts are set across three fields with fantastic views to the Blackdown Hills. All are fully furnished and well insulated with layers of fabric and felt. Six metres in diameter, each one has a comfy double bed, double futon, a Prakti charcoal stove and hob, woodburner, barbecue, picnic table and power supply. We have an English-built yurt too which has a more spacious feel.

Our communal Dutch Barn has a fully equipped kitchen – perfect for days when you don’t fancy lighting the barbecue or cooking on the charcoal hob. It also has power showers and flushing toilets.

Guests love to come over to the dairy farm at milking time and to meet the calves and the local area has so much to offer from geocaching to Hestercombe Gardens, the West Somerset Railway and north Somerset beaches.

We also have some safari tents which sleep up to six and a geodome.

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