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Standing at the helm of a perfectly formed glamping meadow, this eco-friendly accommodation enjoys a stunning vista of voluptuous hills, ancient woodland, and the Dorset coast beyond. This is the perfect place to escape, unwind, and enjoy the simple pleasures of a great British glamping break.
Nestled in the rolling hills of Dorset's Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty- a designated area of outstanding natural beauty - this family-sized yurt sits just 1 mile from the spectacular Jurassic Coast. Here you are spoilt for choice with breathtaking beaches, coastal walks, as well as some of the best fossil hunting in Europe. This is England's only natural world heritage site.
The spacious 20ft traditional Mongolian Yurt will keep you cool in summer and toasty in winter for a heartwarming escape no matter what the season. It's kitted out with original hand-painted Mongolian furniture, and a wood burner for cosy evenings around the fire.
The field itself is hidden away on an organic farm so expect to see a few cows and their calves, and spring lambs skipping through the grassland, depending on the season. There is also a designated wild meadow with butterflies, birds, and bees in abundance.
The extra-large glamping field is shared with a shepherds hut and a railway wagon, however, there's plenty of space between each pitch, so you won't be short of privacy and your own slice of tranquil Dorset countryside. If you're looking for an off-grid glamping experience in a gorgeous natural location, then this is just the ticket.
Guests can also book a massage, yoga, meditation and tantra with owner Bryony who is well respected in her field for her work. It's also possible to book foraging and paragliding! Please call in advance to arrange, or speak to Bryony on arrival.
One double and 2 single beds with linens and bedding provided. An extra bed can be made up, on request.
There is a shared hot shower and compost loo, however, it never feels busy at the field, so it wonâ€™t be overly crowded. Towels, soap and toilet paper are provided.
There is a gas camping stove inside, with a few basic cooking utensils provided. It is advised to bring your own gear if you plan to do lots of cooking! Outside BBQ there is al fresco meals and toasting marshmallows beneath the stars.
There is no internet access in this property.
Heating and Lighting
Log burner inside the yurt.
Grounds and Nearby
A BBQ and freestanding hammock, the yurt is set in a large glamping field on an organic farm with a shepherd's hut and a railway wagon.
There is a private car park a short walk from the site.
Check in from 17:30 and check out by 09:30These are recommended check-in/out times to allow Covid-19 sanitisation, earlier/later times may be available by request with the owner
Trains: Axminster Station is on the line from Waterloo to Exeter, with buses from the station to Morcombelake (20 minutes downhill walk away). Taxis: Axminster Taxis [01297 34000] or BJ's [01297 35007]. Book in advance. A local bus is also available that stops in Morcombelake (20 minutes walk away).
The yurt is luxuriously felt lined, and includes comfy beds with quality mattresses. Sleeping up to 5 people on a double and 2 single beds with linens and bedding provided. An extra bed can be made up, on request.
There is a lovely wood burner to keep you warm in the night. Logs are available to purchase on site, or bring your own!
There is a gas camping stove inside, with a few basic cooking utensils provided. It is advised to bring your own gear if you plan to do lots of cooking! There is a BBQ outside for al fresco meals and toasting marshmallows beneath the stars.
There is a shared hot shower and a compost loo, however, it never feels busy at the field, so it won't be overly crowded. Towels, soap and toilet paper are provided. Private parking available.
You can book a massage, yoga, meditation and tantra with owner Bryony who is well respected in her field for her work. It's also possible to book foraging and paragliding! Please call in advance to arrange, or speak to Bryony on arrival.
Please note, the property is no smoking and pet free.
Dorset's Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty ONB covers nearly half of the county from vales in the west, along the South Dorset Ridgeway, right across to Poole Harbour in the east. This stunning landscape incorporates some of the UK's best coastline and a gorgeous array of natural countryside.
Cranborne Chase, another AONB, is a diverse landscape offering areas of rolling chalk grassland, ancient woodlands, chalk river valleys each with a distinct and recognisable character. The landscape is extraordinarily rich with wildlife and offers a number of excellent walking opportunities.
Dorset boasts 25 Blue Flag and Seaside Award beaches, making it a premier destination for beachgoers and water sport enthusiasts. From the soft golden sands of Weymouth and the stunning scenery of Lyme Regis to the magnificent cliff-lined beaches of Bournemouth and Poole, there's plenty to choose from.
Famed for its abundance of fossil-filled rocks, it's easy to see why this stretch of the land is called the Jurassic Coast. You don't need a hammer and a chisel to dig up your own fossils here, many are washed up daily on the weathering rocks and pebbles of Dorset's beaches. Winter is by far the best season for fossil hunting when the beaches are quieter and the fossils are more plentiful.
Golden Cap (2 miles) - Nestled in a tranquil valley by the River Winniford, Golden Cap is great for walking, exploring and dining out!
Palmers Brewery (3 miles) - The only thatched brewery in the UK and over 200 years of history, Palmers sits adjacent to the River Brit just a mile from the coast.
Charmouth Beach (3.5 miles) - Voted one of Countryfile's Top 5 UK Beaches, Charmouth is a Small, mellow beach for swimming, picnics and fossil hunting!
Lyme Regis Brewery (4.5 miles) - Award winning artisan beers by the sea - what's not to love.
The Town Mill (5 miles) - Dating back 700 years this working watermill sits in the heart of Lyme Regis, just minutes from the seafront and high street.
National Trust (5 miles) Dorset is home to many breath-taking National Trust locations, from an island and hidden gems to ancient hill carvings.
Lyme Regis Marine Aquarium (5.5 miles) A lovely 2-room aquarium including local sea life & pools where you can hand-feed mullet.
The Cobb (5.5 miles) The old stone pier in Lyme Regis (known as The Cobb) is an extensive harbour believed to date from the time of Edward I.
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