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Stock Gaylard Estate, Sturminster Newton DT10 2BG England
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#1 of 5 in Sturminster Newton
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EmmaB23665 wrote a review 25 May
Portsmouth, England, United Kingdom15 contributions3 helpful votes
I don't know where to start! We stayed in Parsons Camp, with the converted double decker bus, for a hen party of 8 for two nights, the hens went home and then myself and my sister and Mum stayed with our kids joining us for the third night. It was MAGICAL! I want to live there. The site is absolutely stunning, tucked away through the woods, a beautiful green space all to ourselves. The converted bus is super cool! The amenities were more than adequate and sitting out on the top deck of the bus for breakfast in the trees was unreal. The composting toilet was great, didn't smell as much as a normal toilet!! The shower was good, and did the job perfectly well after the Dorset Mud Run!! Though we didn't have time to fire up the bath in the converterd horsebox, it would have been lovely. I slept in the bunkhouse and the beds were super comfy and cosy, I wasn't cold at all! The campfire in the evenings under stars was just divine. All the little touches were just perfect. Thank you so much for a wonderful stay, we felt so refreshed and relaxed after 3 nights in the most beautiful peaceful surroundings, and congratulations on a superb set up, can we come and live there please?
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Date of stay: May 2022
Room Tip: All beds super comfy!
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Rachel E wrote a review 2 May
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11 stayed at Whithybed camp for a hen do. The place was incredible and the photos don't even don't justice. The camp kitchen is well equipped with everything you need. The sleeping yurts were so comfortable with plenty of space. The safari tent was a great space but luckily the weather was so good we spent most of the weekend on the deck. What a treat to also have a hot shower and loos with me view! Can recommend Sarah from Springhill Florals who came to camp to run a flower crown workshop with us. Also the roast at the Green Man pub was excellent! We all plan to visit again! Thank you for creating such a great space!
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Date of stay: April 2022Trip type: Travelled
Victoria M wrote a review Apr 2022
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Stayed at Brickles with a family and friends group for a 4 day celebration of my 50th birthday. The living yurt was so lovely to have on the one damp colder evening, where we could gather together inside keeping warm and dry. The site was well thought out with attention to detail (for example providing umbrellas and solar lamps). Absolutely brilliant time was had by all. Highly recommend.
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Date of stay: April 2022Trip type: Travelled
Claire R wrote a review Apr 2022
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Wow!! What a place! You can tell the owners of the Estate are into their wildlife…. the place is teeming with it. We saw Hares, Hedgehogs, Bats, Owls, Buzzards, loads of small birds and plenty of Deer (Fallow of course, and Roe). The old oak trees are stunning and the Crusader threw out some interesting shapes (see photos) in its bark. The wagon itself is brilliant and has everything you need for an off grid break. We didn’t want to leave and the dogs didn’t want to either. The bluebell picture is the view from the loo :-) I fully expect we will be back!
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Date of stay: April 2022Trip type: Travelled
Louisa H wrote a review Apr 2022
London, United Kingdom13 contributions
We just came back from a four day stay at the brickles camp. Two families with six kids. (Ages 5 yo 13). We had a fabulous time. The kitchen facilities were more than adequate with a large full size fridge and a small freezer. The oven and hob was handy. As was the bbq. We were able to all sit and eat together with the bench and tables outside the kitchen area. A couple of evenings we had to use the living room yurt as it was wet and cold. The gas heater was welcome and plenty of seating for everyone. The bedding was cosy in the yurts with real thick quilts. Lots to do locally. Not far from beaches etc. Great location. Will be certainly booking again for next year. Thanks for a great holiday
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Date of stay: April 2022Trip type: Travelled
United KingdomEnglandDorsetSturminster Newton
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Frequently Asked Questions about Stock Gaylard Yurts
Which popular attractions are close to Stock Gaylard Yurts?
Nearby attractions include Sturminster Newton Mill (3.0 miles), English Heritage, Fiddleford Manor, (4.1 miles), and Trencherman's (4.4 miles).
What are some of the property amenities at Stock Gaylard Yurts?
Some of the more popular amenities offered include free parking, barbeque facilities, and hiking.
What food & drink options are available at Stock Gaylard Yurts?
Guests can enjoy barbeque facilities during their stay.
Is parking available at Stock Gaylard Yurts?
Yes, free parking is available to guests.
What are some restaurants close to Stock Gaylard Yurts?
Conveniently located restaurants include The White Horse Inn, The Stur Of The Moment, and The White Hart.
Are pets allowed at Stock Gaylard Yurts?
Yes, pets are typically allowed, but it's always best to call ahead to confirm.
Are there any historical sites close to Stock Gaylard Yurts?
Many travellers enjoy visiting Sherborne Abbey (6.4 miles), Sherborne Old Castle (6.0 miles), and Shillingstone Railway Project (5.6 miles).