How can we put this? Monty’s Yurt is simply a great glamping spot for a yurt holiday in Pembrokeshire. Yep, that just about sums it up. We might as well stop there, because, essentially, that’s all you need to know before going ahead and booking a stay here. However, we do love talking about yurt holidays, so we are just going to keep going and fill you in on why this is the abode for you!
Not a million miles from where you can experience staying in true luxury camping style with our Pembrokeshire glamping abodes, far into the unmistakable hills lies a group of people having a particular characteristic in common, they share an ideal. An ideal to live a more stripped back life, which includes living devoid of electricity. This is a community that drew interest from Ben Fogle in with intrigue and wonder, so he embarked on a journey to experience just how it was to reside there.
Glamping, which is short for ‘Glamourous camping’ dates back further than that you might think, although the term has only been around for a few years, the ideas date back as far as the 1100s. Glamping is a way to experience the fun of camping, the beauty of nature and the luxury of home comforts without the hassle of having to put up a tent and live like a caveman. With the popularity glamping on the rise in the UK, we bring you a brief history of the origins of the glamping holiday:
Eco-driving has taken another stride forward with the announcement that there will be trials for designated lanes for electric cars that charge the vehicle as they drive along these specially designed sections of road.
Charlie Thomas, 15, spotted an incredible sight whilst on a fishing trip with his father. This rare sight was of approximately 300 common dolphins off the Pembrokeshire coast. He describes the experience as one he will never forget, and truly incredible. Video footage captured by the young boy shows the dolphins dancing in and out of the water, just inches away from the boat. The beautiful sight was also experienced by visitors and staff members on Skomer Island on Monday.
If you’re looking for the ideal location for your luxury camping holidays, we might have a fantastic solution! This Mongolian yurt not only looks fabulous from the outside, but the inside too. The warm orange glow will brighten up your day no matter what the weather, with spectacular structural features left uncovered on the inside. The yurt is located on a raised section of decking looking out onto a wild flower meadow and surrounded by plenty of woodland – what could be a better vision to wake up to?
A new map that will detail up to 280 million trees is being put together in order to chart how plant diseases could eventually restyle the landscape and put native wildlife under threat.
Take glamping to the next level, staying in our 1920s style ‘palace on wheels’. The history of the wagon tells its own life story of a genuine circus performer that would have hosted the ring master and circus owner on their travels.