Considering staying in a Yurt in Devon but unsure which are the best Devon Yurts to choose to stay, its hard to know where to begin.
We have compiled a list of the best Devon Yurts available. So if you are looking for a Yurt in Devon, check out:
18 Yurts Devon Has To Offer
Borough Farm, Kelly, Lifton PL16 0HJ
Relax at Devon Yurt in a private fresh water log fired Scandinavian hot tubs. Great Links was the first and more remote of their yurts with unsurpassed views across Dartmoor.
It is located to the East of the farm. Little link’s hot tub is set within a secluded corner of its paddock area with woven hazel screens for privacy on one side, and a most dramatic uninterrupted view over Dartmoor National Park forming its backdrop.
For more information visit Devon Yurt
Hemsford Yurt Camp
Hemsford House, Littlehempston, Totnes, TQ9 6NE
Hemsford Yurt Camp is perfectly located within the picturesque rolling Devon countryside. They have four yurts and the camp is off-grid and has its own solar power supply.
The camp has a small but well equipped kitchen with gas stoves and a dining area located in a converted stable block along with the shower, flushing toilets and washrooms.
For more information visit Hemsford Yurt Camp
Grey Willow Yurts
Knowle Farm, Smeatharpe EX15 3QA
Grey Willow Yurts, yurt glamping in Devon, is a small, family run, off-grid cabin campsite with added comforts.
They’re socially distanced and each yurt has its own bathroom and facilities. The site is family friendly, LGBTQ+ friendly, group friendly, campfire friendly and dog friendly.
For more information visit Grey Willow Yurts
Oak Tree Lane
West Headson Farm, Okehampton EX20 4JP
OakTree-Lane provide glamping and camping surrounded by glorious countryside and stunning views. Always wanted to spend the night in an authentic Mongolian Yurt?
At Oaktree-Lane you can do just that! Cosy up in the heart of the Devon countryside surrounded by wide open spaces, unbeatable views and stunning rolling hills.
The yurt comes with its own private kitchen, sanitary room and deck space.
For more information visit Oak Tree Lane
Cuckoo Down Farm
The Barn Cuckoo Down Farm, West Hill EX11 1UE
The yurts are 18ft diameter and each have a double bed and two double sofa beds, as well as coffee table and storage chests.
They each have a woodburning stove and can accommodate four people or up to six for a family with children. They are also very romantic for couples and a favourite with honeymooners.
Both yurts, Clover and Buttercup are very similar and of the same high standard .
For more information visit Cuckoo Down Farm
Dartmoor Yurt Holidays
Poundsgate, Newton Abbot TQ13 7PD
Dartmoor Yurt Holidays offers the chance to stay in a traditional Mongolian yurt in your own completely secluded setting in Devon.
There are two sites to choose from each of these is utterly private, meaning that you really will be getting away from it all.
Lake Yurtis by the edge of a lake, with its own little rowing boat, and where you will often see fish jumping at dusk. Sunshine Yurtis in a meadow, where horses sometimes graze, with far-reaching views.
For more information visit Dartmoor Yurt Holidays
Lower Heathfield, Totnes TQ9 7AQ
Heathfield is a smallholding in an Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty, nestled in the rolling countryside of the South Hams in Devon.
The yurt is fully furnished with a double bed; double futon sofa; a wood burning stove; dining and kitchen area including a fridge and camping stove, water and electricity.
Set in a private garden, with deck, fire pit and picnic table. There is room to park your car at the entrance to the garden and a small lawn
For more information visit Heathfield Escapes
Farway, Colyton EX24 6DH
Peace and tranquillity in the Farway valley. In keeping with their sustainable ethos, the Woodsmoke yurts are made from local steam-bent ash and poly cotton.
They carry on the legacy of a design that has been used by nomadic populations for millennia: with a woven-pole structure and thick canvas wrappings, they’re warm in the cooler months and pleasantly cool during summer.
For more information visit Holnest Holidays
Hunger Hill Yurts
Holly Tree, Newton Poppleford, Sidmouth EX10 0BZ
The Yurts nestle in the heart of beautiful East Devon countryside, close to spectacular beaches on the World Heritage Jurassic Coast.
The Yurts share a small holding with Kune kune pigs, chickens and a very friendly dog. Available from April to October, the accommodation is in cosy Yurts with wood burners and comfy beds.
Here you can experience the great outdoors and be close to nature in comfort!
For more information visit Hunger Hill Yurts
Middle Ruckham Farm
Pennymoor, Tiverton EX16 8LS
Middle Ruckham is a small working eco-farm set amid 48 acres of woodland and wildflower meadows. Situated in a secluded valley in the heart of Mid Devon.
They have a couple of bell tents or a beautiful Mongolian yurt to choose from, as well as plenty of space for your own tent should you prefer.
Camp fires, compost toilets and a wood-fired bath make Middle Ruckham an ideal site for small camps and gatherings or large family groups, as well as individual retreats.
Fresh organic produce is available whilst the local pub is a short walk away.
For more information visit Middle Ruckham Farm
Sheepwash, Beaworthy EX21 5PW
Ruby’s Orchard is a ready-to-use rural camp, tucked away in the North Devon countryside between Dartmoor and the coast, with access to lots of beautiful places and activities.
There are 2 and a bit acres of semi-wild, exclusive-use camp where you are provided with pretty much all you need.
Their aim is to provide you with private semi-wild camping, whilst keeping the orchard and woodland in a wild enough state to maintain the area as a habitat and larder for the wildlife that lives there.
For more information visit Ruby’s Orchard
Hittisleigh, Exeter EX6 6LP
SummerHill Yurts offer Mongolian Yurts, providing a hassle free alternative to staying in the great outdoors. Just bring yourselves and your spirit of adventure and they’ll provide the rest.
The small farm is tucked away, providing a quiet haven with stunning views by day, stargazing at night.
There are three Mongolian yurts, furnished to give a cosy, rustic feel with comfortable beds, rugs, cushions, chairs and storage.
For more information visit Summerhill Yurts
A399, Bratton Fleming, Barnstaple EX31 4SH
This small working farm is on the edge of the Exmoor National Park, near to the North Devon Coast.
The yurt is set privately in a 3 acre field next to a babbling stream, at the bottom of the farm where there are lovely views of the surrounding North Devon Countryside.
Couples and families can enjoy the peace and tranquillity away from the stresses and strains of everyday life.
Walk over the wooden bridge to the yurt, children can play in the stream, add some more stones to the dam or just run around the 3 acre field.
For more information visit Westland Farm
Staplehill Road, Liverton, South Devon, TQ12 6FU
Yurtcamp Devon is the ultimate glamorous camping, or glamping, yurt holiday for those who seek the simplicity of living under canvas without giving up the quality and comfort of more conventional holidays.
This glamping site has 22 contemporary yurts of two sizes set in 40 acres of beautiful Devon woodland. The smaller yurts are ideal for couples, and the larger yurts ideal for up to six to accommodate family and friends.
Each yurt has a log burner and is fully equipped for cooking, sleeping and relaxing in, and has access to an outdoor fire pit, for campfires and barbecues
For more information visit Yurtcamp Devon
Sunrise Camping at Penhill Farm
Fremington, Barnstaple EX31 2NG
This hill-top site is a socially and environmentally responsible place with comfy accommodation, campfires and, it’ll come as no surprise, amazing sunrise views.
With just one yurt, one shepherd’s hut and one bell tent, this is a small site that’s home to a handful of campers at a time. But you won’t be lonely here, far from it.
For more information visit Sunrise Camping at Penhill Farm
Halsbeer Farm, Blackborough, Cullompton EX15 2HW
They have four beautiful yurts here at Blackdown Yurts. Each sits on its own decking base covered in coir matting to keep the interiors warm and dry.
Buzzard and Willow are traditional Mongolian yurts, whereas Badger and Woodpecker have been upgraded in 2020 with wooden clad sides.
The interiors still use the authentic Monglian hand-painted poles and roof struts so you wouldn’t know from inside at all.
For more information visit Blackdown Yurts
Unique Hideaway Yurts
Various locations in Devon
Discover Unique hideaways glamping range of luxury yurts in Devon.
All are set in outstanding locations, have the most amazing views, and provide all those little luxuries you’d expect from a sumptuous holiday home.
For more information visit Unique Hideaway Yurts
Honeyside Down – Moonbeam Yurt
Honeyside Down, Devon
A yurt on the edge of town – and in the garden of someone’s slate-clad Victorian house, there’s a wooden deck supporting a cosy, rustic yurt, furnished in tasteful, neutral colours and handmade from local oak and ash in Devon. Cushions, rugs, blankets and reindeer skins cover the bed and floors and the separate Potting Shed a few metres walk across the drive conceals a bathroom and kitchen.
For more information visit Honeyside Down – Moonbeam Yurt
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