FAQ – Yurts
Frequently Asked Questions…
Q: Can we stay for a 2 night weekend for a reduced price?
A: Sorry, no. Our changeover days are Mondays and Fridays and our weekends are 3 nights as standard. Although you are free to leave whenever you like! (This means you don’t have to checkout early on a Sunday!)
Q: If we have less people, is there a reduction in price?
A: The yurt prices are based on weekly or short break stays. This price is the standard booking price and doesn’t change until you have more people than are covered in the standard price. You can add extra people for an additional fee of £65 per person or £90 for a full week. For example, the large yurt is £600 for a weekend for up to 10 people. Its the same price for 5 people,. If you have 12 people in your group, the price is £650+ 2 x £65 so £780 altogether.
Q: Can we bring our dog?
A: We welcome well behaved dogs in our yurts. There is a small extra charge £10/dog for a weekend or midweek or £15 for a week long stay. We do ask guests bringing dogs to not let their dogs onto the beds.
Q: Can I have your postcode for our Sat Nav?
A: Sat Navs are notoriously unreliable in this area so we strongly advise guests to print off our directions and using a map! The postcode for the yurts is LA177XN.
Q: How far is the nearest supermarket/pub/shop/zoo etc
A: Please see our ‘Explore the Area’ section
Q: Please can you hold dates for us while we get people/money together for the deposit?
A: We can hold a property for 24 hours only upon agreement. After this time, your booking is not secure until we have received your deposit.
Q: Can we pay on arrival?
A: Sorry, no. Your booking is not secure until we have received your 50% deposit. The remaining 50% must be paid 30 days prior to your arrival date.
Q: Do you have a BBQ?
A: Yes, each yurt has a BBQ – but you will need to bring your own charcoal and bangers!
Q: Are the yurts accessible for wheelchair users/people with mobility problems?
A: Not really, no. We will shortly be undergoing an accessibility study for our yurts, but generally we would advise that our yurts are not suitable for wheelchair users. The wood is a natural environment and has rough terrain. It is steep in places and can get muddy.
Q: What activities do you have in the area?
A: Please visit out ‘Explore the Area’ section for information on things to do and places to visit in the area.