The largest of our yurts in Wales’ Snowdonia National Park can sleep a family of up to 5 people and is a fantastic space for a couple. The beautiful yurt is hand crafted from our own woodland. It sits on a raised deck in an incredible location above the Mawddach Estuary for glamping holidays in North Wales.
Furnished with rugs, sheepskins and warm Welsh blankets, you can stretch out in a proper king-sized bed. There’s also two single pull out beds and a camp bed in the shared open space inside. Spend time with your loved ones around the wood burning stove or star-gaze around the camp fire outside – we provide a basket of logs to get you going and there’s more for sale on site. You can whip up meals using the two ring camping gas stove inside the yurt and we provide a full range of cooking utensils so you don’t need to worry about packing much. A picnic bench outside is the ideal spot to enjoy a breakfast of freshly baked croissants and listen to the birdsong.
Loo and Shower
There is a private compost loo a few steps and a private outdoor shower – the DIY shower is a bit of an adventure experience but you also have access to the hot showers shared with the camp site around 150 metres away. These have plenty of mirror space and electric sockets for hair drying!
There is also access to conventional loos and wash basins about 100 metres away shared with campers on the touring camp site. Access to these is currently on a bubble by bubble basis with lots of extra cleaning measures in place.
Off grid living
The yurts are off grid, so there is simple solar lighting and we provide a lantern.
For those who don’t want to switch off completely, there is 4G phone reception for most networks (02 not good) and free wifi access near reception. We would normally offer a phone charging service in reception but due to Covid-19 Track and Trace issues, we will only charge up battery packs so make sure you bring fully charged /solar power packs with you.
What to bring
We provide you with a full list of what we provide and tips about what to bring when you book. We ask that you bring your own bedding and towels, although if you are unable to bring these because you are travelling by public transport etc, they can be booked as an extra in advance.
Parking and safety
There’s space to park one car right next to the large yurt.
Please note that last check in times for yurts is usually around 8pm – this is so you can safely settle in during daylight hours and to avoid disturbing other campers.
Parents of young children should be aware there is a steep, wooded slope near one side of the yurt and be responsible for their children’s safety.
Large Yurt Prices 2021
You can check availability and prices for the large yurt by using the calendar on his page. You can book short breaks from Friday to Monday or Monday to Friday so you will need to search for availability to arrive on a Friday to stay for 3 nights or Monday to stay for 4 nights. Week long bookings run from Friday to Friday – please call to book. We are sorry we do not offer one night stays, but can offer 2 night stays occasionally in other yurts outside of peak season.
Standard Mid Season rates:
Weekend £310* ( 4pm Friday to 10am Monday – you can stay 2 or 3 nights for this price)
Midweek Break £360 (4pm Monday to 10 am Friday – stay from 2 – 4 nights for this price)
Bank Holiday weekends – £420
Please check online for Easter school holiday, Half Term holiday and early July prices
School summer holidays
Weekend £400* ( 3 nights: 4pm Friday to 10am noon Monday)
Midweek Break £520 (4 nights: 4pm Monday to 10am Friday)
Off Peak / Late Availability price
Two day break £200 (Mon & Tues/Weds & Thurs only and subject to availability. Call to book)
You can bring your own bedding for the yurts, or we can provide bed linen, pillows and duvets for £20/double and £15/single bed
Tips for searching for availability
To meet minimum stay requirements, you must search for 3 nights from Friday check in or 4 nights from Monday check in.
For week long bookings or shorter stays off peak/last minute please call