Considering staying in a Yurt in Norfolk but unsure which are the best Norfolk Yurts to choose to stay, its hard to know where to begin.
We have compiled a list of the best Norfolk Yurts available. So if you are looking for a Yurt in Norfolk, check out
9 Yurts Norfolk Has To Offer
Waveney River Centre
Staithe Rd, Beccles NR34 0DE
Nestled along the back row of a campsite are 7 yurts each with fantastic views of the river Waveney and Carlton Marshes nature reserve.
They feature a double bed and sofa bed, plug sockets, plus an electric heater, wood burning stove and insulated roof to make cold evenings cosy.
Each yurt sits on its own deck and there’s room for your barbecue or camping stove on the decking in front. They provide the bed and mattress but please bring your own linen or sleeping bags.
For more information visit Waveney River Centre
The Grove Glamping
95 Overstrand Road, Cromer, Norfolk, NR27 0DJ.
The Mongolian yurts at The Grove, have oak doors and are surrounded by a wooden lattice with a window looking up to the stars.
Each yurt has a double bed with a proper mattress and duvet as well as bunk beds, a wood burning stove so you can snuggle up, low wattage 240-volt electricity (to charge phones and stay in touch with the real world).
Each has its own undercover cooking and eating area with gas hobs, fridge and its own charcoal BBQ.
For more information visit The Grove Glamping
Gingerbread Cottage Yurts
Gingerbread Cottage, Quebec Rd, Dereham NR19 2QX
Set in East Dereham, 16 miles from Norwich, Gingerbread Cottage Yurts features luxury yurts set in a woodland garden with free WiFi and views of the natural surroundings.
Each yurt comes with log burners, stove, barbecue and fire pit.
Both yurts are fully equipped and feature a private shower and toilet.The nearest airport is Norwich International Airport, 15 miles from the property.
For more information visit Gingerbread Cottage Yurts
North Norfolk Yurt – Starr Yurts
Briston, North Norfolk, NR242LQ
Starr Yurt is set in a pine woodland in Briston, North Norfolk.
You have total privacy and access to your own personal cooking shed, outdoor earth pit loo and inside porta potti, gas powered shower, cool box, outdoor fire pit and all hypoallergenic bedding is provided.
Complimentary tea, herbal tea, coffee, hot chocolate and marshmallows are provided. The Yurt is fully lined and insulated to avoid light disturbance and aid good sleep.
For more information visit North Norfolk Yurt – Starr Yurts
Round the Woods
Fairfield House, Morton Lane, Weston Longville, Norwich, NR9 5JL
A stay in these Norfolk yurts perfectly balances the adventure of sleeping under canvas in the great outdoors, with the comfort and ease that will make your holiday both relaxing and memorable.
These yurts were built the roundhouse by hand so that they couldensure the highest quality and practicality.
For more information visit Round the Woods
Whitehall Farm, Waxham, Norwich NR12 0EG
Walnut Farm is a small family run site, there is no noisy clubhouse or onsite entertainment, the owners believe there is so much to do in the area that after a day of boating, canoeing, bird watching, seal watching, walking and sand castle building you will be happy to come back to our quiet haven.
There is direct pedestrian access to the beautiful golden sandy beach, and a 1.5 mile dog walk around the perimeter of the farm, which includes a stretch of river bank.
Each Yurt has a star gazing window in the roof, plus two side windows with roll down blinds.
For more information visit Walnut Farm
Whitlingham Ln, Norwich NR14 8TR
Whitlingham Broad is situated in the beautiful surroundings of 80 acres of Country Park, within the Broads National Park.
The yurt is inspired by traditional Mongolian yurts but with a few twists to adapt it to our climate and add some touches of luxury.
It has a solid wood double bed including bedding, two comfy double futons and a cosy wood burner.
Perfect for families and groups of friends the yurt offers loads of space, funky furnishing and a large decked area to sit out and and look over the beautiful Whitlingham countryside.
For more information visit Whitlingham Broad
Wild With Nature
Manor Farm, Rocklands Road, Shropham, Attleborough NR17 1DX
Kingfisher and Skylark are two yurts, set up on decking and able to accommodate up to 4 adults or a family of 6.
One double bed and four full size “Disc-O-Bed” camp beds, which can be arranged into bunks for children. They each have their own private loo and shower plus a cosy wood burner to keep off any evening chill.
They use the cooking facilities in the Nest and communal kitchen, but each have their own fire pit, gas stove, cool box and outdoor seating. Skylark is situated between Teal and the Nest; Kingfisher sits slightly apart on one side of the site.
For more information visit Wild With Nature
Hall Farm, East Raynham, Fakenham, Norfolk, NR21 7EE
Wild Meadow is a completely unforgettable glamping experience for those looking for a rural retreat close to the north Norfolk coast.
It is the perfect place to unwind, relax and reconnect with nature and each other, whilst enjoying the home comforts of eight hand-crafted yurts.
It is a luxury glamping experience that includes Superking beds, cosy rugs and blankets, your own wood-burner and BBQ with outdoor seating, a bespoke undercover dining area, and allocated separate toilets and showers.
For more information visit Wild Meadow
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