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INTRODUCING BERTIE - a sister (should be brother really) to Gertie!! Both yurts were built in Mongolia using traditional methods and materials as far as possible. Yurts (or ger as the Mongolians call them) have been the traditional homes for nomads in central Asia for thousands of years. They are designed to be portable and easy to transport to the next camp as they follow the seasons. Maybe the original flatpack!
They are made from wooden "concertina" wall sections which are bound together using horsehair. They have 2 roof supports, a central crown and "wheel spokes" which (along with the door) are all hand painted in traditional designs in bold colours.
They are then covered with several layers for wind resistance and waterproofing, with the insulation layer of felt traditionally made from sheep's wool. Combined with a cosy woodburner, yurts can be used all year round.
The clear roof covering gives you a true "sleeping under the stars" experience
INSIDE EACH yurt you will find a double or kingsize bed, comfortable day-bed with trundle underneath, which can be used as 2-singles or a kingsize bed, a fold-out camp bed plus a floor mattress for the smallest member of your family.
All bedding is provided for the beds but please bring sleeping bags or duvets for the camp bed and floor mattress if you will be using them.
Rugs, cushions and throws add to the cosiness and comfort of the yurt. Cupboard space for clothing storage etc.
Food preparation equipment includes a combination microwave/grill/oven, full size fridge, kettle, 4-slice toaster plus crockery, cutlery, "glasses" & tumblers for up to 6 people plus assorted utensils, salad bowl etc. A washing-up sink (cold water) is situated just outside your yurt, tea towels, washing-up liquid etc provided.
A folding table and 4 chairs can be used for indoor or alfresco dining outside on the decking or by the barbie on site.
We have free on-site parking plus there are a few cycle racks available on a first come, first served basis.