How many guests does each yurt sleep?

Our yurts can comfortably accommodate five people. Each has a double bed, double futon and single futon. During the day the futons can be folded away to make a pleasant seating area.

Do we need to bring bedding?

No, all your bedding is provided. Each yurt comes with freshly laundered sheets, pillows and duvets.

The double bed will be made up for your arrival but the futons will be folded away to allow for a pleasant seating area when you arrive. The bedding will be folded on top of the futons.

Are towels provided?

Yes. Each guest is given a complimentary bath towel. 
We recommend bringing an extra towel if you wish to use the hot tub.

Are there hot tubs on site?

Yes. Each yurt (on all of our sites) has its own private wood-burning hot tub.


How long does it take to heat the hot tub?

Typically 2-3 hours, but it depends on the temperature of the water used to fill the tub and the outside weather conditions. On a warm day, with a light breeze and some gentle stirring with the oar, it will heat up faster.

How do you heat the hot tub?

The burner can be fired up only when there is sufficient water in the tub to cover the burner chamber, which is below the flue outlet. There is a sign on the burner highlighting the water level. You can control the temperature by regulating the amount of wood added and air supplied (via the lid opening). Instructions are provided on the hot tubs.

Is the hot tub pre-heated?


Are logs provided?

Yes. Each yurt is given a complimentary basket of logs. The logs are used to fuel the wood burning stove (inside the yurt) and the hot tub. Extra logs can be purchased on site for £5 per bag.

Is a Yurt holiday suitable for children?

Yes, a yurt holiday is ideal for children.  It’s fun, different and above all exciting. There’s also lots of things to do both in the surrounding area and beyond.

Why is it showing as available, but when selecting my check in date it doesn't allow me to book?

Check in days are Mondays, Wednesdays and Fridays only, so please select one of these dates as your check in day.

Can I stay for one night?

All bookings are for a minimum of 2 night stay.

What time is check in and check out?

Check in is from 3pm and all guests must check out by 10.30am.

Can I check in late?

Yes. Alternative arrangements are made for guests wanting to check in after 5pm. On receipt of your booking you will be sent an email with the alternative arrangements.

Will we be warm enough?

Yes, the yurts are fully equipped with a wood burning stove which will keep you all cosy and warm. We provide one basket of logs and firelighters upon arrival. Further baskets of logs are for sale on site.

If you wish to bring an extra blanket or hot water bottle please do.

Are the yurts secure?

Yes the yurts have lockable doors. However, please be aware that they are located on a site which is accessible to all. Yurtshire takes no responsibility for any loss or damage incurred during your stay.

Are dogs allowed?

Dogs are welcome at Yurtshire Newburgh Priory however, at Yurtshire Fountains, dogs are not permitted.

Dogs must be kept under close control at all times around the yurt. Dogs must be kept on a lead in other areas on site.

What do we need to bring with us?

We have tried to provide everything you might need to make your stay as relaxing and comfortable as possible, however there are a few things we recommend you bring to help enjoy your stay. These include:

  • Torch
  • Ice packs/ice for the cool box
  • Charcoal for the barbecue
  • Swimwear for the hot tub
  • Extra towel for the hot tub (one towel per person is provided with the booking)

In addition, we advise you bring suitable clothes, footwear, blanket, toiletries and food and drink.

What is provided and included in our booking?

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Do you accommodate Hen and Stag Parties?

Yes. We welcome all groups to our Yurtshire sites.