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Hired the Campervan for 3 nights and took it around Lake Windermere. Campervan is excellent with pretty much everything you can think of, cooker, fridge, cutlery, tv. Darren and Kath are very friendly and really helpful, genuinely nice people, who cannot do enough for you....More
What can I say, amazing place, amazing people. Small quiet site, but with everything you could possibly need for a quiet getaway. Kath and Daz couldn’t be more friendly and helpful. Yurts are gorgeous, bathrooms are perfect, well equipped kitchen and breakfast brought right to...More
This is an amazing place .The yurts are so much bigger than what I expected. Extremely clean and tidy.The bed was so comfortable with a lovely log burner for warmth .Daz and Kath are the perfect hosts nothing to much trouble.I would recommend this to...More
We fancied something a bit different and decided to give glamping a try. Wow!! Our gothic yurt was incredible!! Facilities were fantastic, especially the individual bathrooms with luxury shower. Darren and Catherine could not have been more welcoming if they tried, and they cook a...More
What a truly amazing place. The hosts Kath and Darren are incredible. So accommodating and helpful. The yurts are cozy and warm and washing facilities immaculate and private to your yurt. Two families with children ranging from 13 and 3 and all loved it. Breakfast...More
Response from Menassie A | Reviewed this property |
Yes it is, and if you put in one too many logs, too warm on a hot summers night! The quilts do a good job of keeping out the cold and the wood burners give out at least 4kw and maybe upto 7kw. Darren or Cath would be on hand... More
Yes it is, and if you put in one too many logs, too warm on a hot summers night! The quilts do a good job of keeping out the cold and the wood burners give out at least 4kw and maybe upto 7kw. Darren or Cath would be on hand if you aren't used to loading them.
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"Mongolian and Oriental have electricity where as the other 3 do not."