How big are the yurts, dome, and safari lodges?
How many can each yurt and safari lodge sleep?
The maximum number that can sleep in the yurts and dome is four adults or two adults and two or three children. There is room for additional blow up/rollout mattresses for children, you are welcome to bring your own along as required as we do not supply these. The safari tents can sleep two adults and up to four children (maximum 4 adults per safari tent). Our site capacity is 32 adults. This is more flexible with a mix of adults and children – please get in touch if your party is larger.
What's in the accommodation?
- double bed
- double futon/sofa bed
- wood burner & log basket
- table and two chairs
- bedside light
- coolbox – ice packs from freezer in facilities
- cooking equipment can be found in the communal kitchen
- electric socket for charging lantern/radio/phones etc.
Outside each Yurt is a picnic bench and BBQ.
The safari lodges each have the following:
- single ceramic hob, under-counter fridge, kettle, sink
- knives, forks, spoons for 6
- 4 dinner plates, bowls, mugs, glasses
- 4 childrens plastic plates, bowls and cups
- basic cooking equipment including a set of cooks knives, spatula, wooden spoon, corkscrew, colander, chopping board, veg peeler, cheese grater, BBQ utensils
- small, medium and large cooking pots and frying pan for the ceramic hob
- bin with bin liner and spare in drawers
- tea towel, washing up liquid, dish brush, cloth
- dining table and chairs for 4 (2 further chairs outside on deck)
- woodburner and log basket
- double day bed
- standard lamp in main living area
- shower room with toilet, shower, sink, 2 loo rolls, handwash, hand towel and bath mat
- bedroom one – double bed, side table and light
- bedroom two – bunk beds, side table and light
- outside – table and chairs for 2, picnic bench, BBQ
Check in Check out times
What do we do when we get there
Can we roam freely around the farm?
Can we bring our dog?
- Dogs must be kept on leads at all times around the yurt site (we have cows grazing neighbouring fields)
- No dogs allowed on beds, please bring own dog crate/bed and blankets
- Please do not leave dogs unattended during the day or night in the yurts
- All dog poo to be cleared up around yurt field
- Maximum of 2 dogs per yurt
Are the yurts and lodges suitable for children?
Children (and adults!) will need to exercise caution when the wood burner is lit. Our article about glamping with children has a lot more information about what to do and bring.
Do I need to bring bedding or towels?
Please bring your own bath towels and toiletries.
We provide tea towels in the kitchen and hand towels in the bathroom of the barn.
What are the cooking facilities?
We also provide pots, pans, crockery, cutlery, utensils, glasses, mugs, teatowels etc. All you need to bring is food 🙂 The safari lodges each have their own kitchen with fridge, ceramic hob, kettle, utensils, crockery, frying pan and pans.
Each yurt also has a BBQ, and a coolbox, so there are plenty of options!
Ice packs for the coolbox can be exchanged in the facilities freezer to keep your coolbox cold.
Can I cook in the yurt?
Is there firewood and charcoal for the BBQ?
You can purchase fantastic West Country BBQ Charcoal from us via the honesty box. £6.00 a bag
What are the bathroom facilities?
We provide loo roll, hand wash, and hand towels but you will need to bring your own shower gel, shampoo, conditioner, toothpaste, hairdryers, bath towels etc. Our accommodation article has some pictures of the barn if you'd like to see.
What pubs/shops are nearby?
What can we do in the local area?
What do I need to bring?
Wellies are a must have really (have we mentioned wellies enough 🙂 ) as they will keep your feet dry in the morning dew and are also quick and easy to put on and kick off coming in and out of the tents.
Bring your own food, which can be stored in the kitchen, and in your yurt (each yurt has a cool box).
If you are feeling adventurous, bring your bikes as the Quantocks have amazing mountain bike trails. There are also some lovely rides out on the Taunton and Bridgwater canal and River Tone.
Bring your camera – you’ll want to get some snaps of you in the yurts, and the surrounding countryside!