With brightly painted designs on sky-blue woodwork, this authentic mongolian yurt commands fabulous views of the valley floor and high peaks beyond.
"The view from our ‘home for the weekend’ was of unspoiled countryside and the sounds were minimal and rural." Read The Hairy Photographers' review
Inside the yurt there is a central woodburning stove (first basket of logs free) surrounded by cosy furnishings. Have a good night’s sleep in the comfy double bed supplied with duvet pillows and clean sheets.
We also supply a double futon and a single futon to laze around on during the day, and to have a good sleep on at night. You will need to bring your own sleeping bag or duvet for this.
hand-carved and painted wooden poles and natural fibres
The yurt’s sublime atmosphere is created by the hand-carved and painted wooden poles and natural fibres, and enhanced by solar powered fairy lights and candles.
Cook up a hot supper in the yurt using the double gas ring hob and various pots and pans. Or have a barbecue outside while watching the sun go down across the valley. And there’s always the campfire for sausages and marshmallows.
Prices for 2017
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Prices are per yurt per night
Mininmum stay 2 nights