Somerset Yurts is situated on Hill Farm, an arable and dairy farm in the Quantock Hills. We are around 5 miles north of Taunton, the county town of Somerset.

You will find our site nestled over 3 beautiful, peaceful fields that boast stunning, uninterrupted views over Taunton Vale and the Blackdown Hills beyond. In such serene surroundings you’ll soon unwind and find yourself immersed in the countryside.

You’ll find more information about what’s provided and what we offer on our FAQ page, and please do get in contact with any queries.

Dog Friendly! We are very happy to welcome dogs to our site – please see here for more information about bringing your dog glamping.



Moonslade Yurt

Moonslade was our very first yurt. We picked blue as we thought this would be a calm and relaxing colour, reminding us of the blue sky we craved when we were working and living in a city! The field Moonslade is named after is the big field to the left of the barn.


Furzeclose Yurt

Most Mongolian yurts in Mongolia are orange, so we had to have an orange yurt! Probably the brightest yurt inside with a really sunny feel. We picked Furzeclose field for its name, as Furze is an old English name for Gorse, which has a golden flower, matching our golden yurt.

Gotton Down

Gotton Down Yurt

This yurt is named after the field the yurts look out over, and you will often see our herd going in and out of the field for milking in the morning and afternoon. The green roof poles inside give a very calm, peaceful feel, and the green door blends beautifully into the country landscape.


Cherrygrove Yurt

This beautiful yurt, being furthest from the barn is often favoured by couples looking for a romantic getaway. It’s such a romantic yurt, we’ve even had a couple get engaged whilst staying here, and they are returning this year to stay in Cherrygrove Yurt for their honeymoon!


Meadow Yurt

New for 2017, this beautiful yurt is set in the field next door to the yurts, next door to our Geodesic Dome. Locally made over the border in Devon, this yurt has a very different character to the Mongolian yurts, but still has that wonderful zen feel that yurts have.

Elderflower Dome

Elderflower Dome

Our newest addition to our yurt family, is not actually a yurt! It’s geodesic dome, but the yurts don’t seem to mind 😉 At 6.5m in diameter, this is a really spacious dome, with a fabulous window, perfect for sitting and admiring the beautiful Somerset countryside, or for some evening star gazing.

Safari Lodges

Brand new for 2018, our safari lodges make a fantastic addition to our site.

Sleeping up to six people, these beautiful lodges each have two separate bedrooms, with a double bed in one, and a bunk bed in the other. They also boast a well equipped kitchen, with fridge, ceramic hob, kettle, and toaster etc. as well as your own private bathroom with hot shower and proper flushing loo.

The living area includes a dining table and chairs, double day bed, and multifuel woodburner to keep you toasty and warm.

The large covered veranda makes a perfect place to eat al fresco, relax and enjoy the countryside views, watch the sunsets and star gaze at night.

So, if you fancy glamping with your own private facilities and lots and lots of space – our lodges are perfect for you!

Oak and Ash Lodges


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Somerset Yurts facilities

The Dutch Barn is the unsung hero of Somerset Yurts. Home to a spacious and fully equipped communal kitchen/dining area, and a bathroom with proper flushing loo’s and hot power showers – the perfect partner to your lovely yurt!

  • Cooker, toaster, kettle, fridge, freezer
  • Plenty of crockery, cutlery, pots, pans, chopping boards etc.
  • 2 large dining tables, each seating 10
  • Games corner with giant jenga, board games, playing cards, books, colouring pens and pads
  • OS maps and guides to the local area
  • Large sheltered outdoor area perfect for some shade, or for BBQ’s should it dare rain!

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