Offering luxury yurt glamping holidays for everyone. We are a family-run rural retreat in the heart of the Dorset countryside.
Relax, unwind and reenergize at our Yurt Village. Located in the heart of our farm, which is nestled beneath the South Downs in beautiful Hampshire.
Set in beautiful Wensleydale, Cherish Glamping offers luxury yurts each with a kingsize four poster bed, their own private wet room with rainfall shower and a hot tub.
Escape, relax and recharge at our off-grid retreat deep in the Dyfi forest, 25 minutes off the tar road on a working organic farm, we offer a wifi free, eco friendly retreat in the heart of the forest with accommodation in beautiful yurts.
Located in the Cotswolds countryside among 34 acres of parkland, woodland, orchard and garden, we’re a family-run venue offering unique, catered, stays for groups who want to leave with warm hearts and full bellies
In secluded fields and woodland overlooking the Porth Reservoir & Cornish countryside, just four miles from Newquay’s beaches, you and your family will have a Real Glamping experience to remember.
GLAMPING RELATED LINKS
Yurt Related Links
Know the weather and understand your yurt. Met Office weather forecasts for the UK. World leading weather services for the public.
What is a yurt or as it is more commonly known in Mongolia a "Ger" An amalgamated source of knowledge, some good, some bad - Wikipedia makes for interesting reading.
A great article about the Mongolian Ger. A yurt, or ger, is a portable, circular dwelling. Yurts have been the primary style of home in Central Asia, particularly Mongolia, for thousands of years.
Located in the heart of the Mongolian capital, Ulaanbaatar, Ulaantaij is responsible for crafting our yurts. They are a good corporate citizen of Mongolia and are proud to have a positive impact on the lives of their employees.
Lotus Childrens Centre
The Lotus Children’s Centre is an official Mongolian non-governmental organisation (NGO) that currently acts as a home for around 75 vulnerable and abused Mongolian children.
Uneso World Heritage
The nomination page on the Uneso World Heritage Website recording the Traditional craftsmanship of the Mongol Ger and its associated customs as part of the Intangible Cultural Heritage of Humanity
The Bankhar Dog - Mongolia
Historically, the Bankhar was an inseparable part of the nomadic herder’s life. In Mongolia, Bankhar dogs are thought to be “of the same spirit” as humans, and dogs are the only animals that are given names. When a Bankhar dies, its remains are typically placed on top of a mountain so it is closer to the gods and spirit world, and so that people do not walk over its bones. May the souls of our two dogs, Maia & Apollo, brother & sister rest in peace
Our Yurts in the News
Daily Mail July 2008
Rod & Norah Scarlett appear in the Daily Mail to explain how they use their yurt for extra guest space. One of the first "Yurt Stories" in the UK press. Click picture to read the article
Mr. Tumbles 2016
Anyone with children will know Mr. Tumbles. But did you know that he visited on of our yurts at Meon Springs. Exciting times indeed Mr. Tumbles. in Series 7 episode 23
Sacred Hoop 2009
Sacred Hoop Magazine, leading international magazine about shamanism, shamans and shamanic spirituality.. Click logo to read article.
The Guardian 2007
An article regarding one of the first yurt glamping sites to open in the UK. The yurt in the article is still being used under different
ownership. Click logo to read.
The Evening Standard
The Fir Hill Estate. One of the premier glamping sites in Cornwall, now thoroughly reviewed and enjoyed by a major newspaper. Click link to read review.
International Felt Makers Association
Article refferencing our websites article about the history of felt making and its association with yurts and Mongolia. Click logo to read the article.
The Sutton Guardian
An article about Green Lane Primary school using one of our Authentic Mongolian Yurts as a classroom back in 2010. Click logo to read.
In 2007 we supplied yurt components to exhibit at this exhibition at the Canadian Museum of civilization. Click picture for info
Canadian Museum of Civilization