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Stayed here between Christmas and new year, we arrived with freezing weather out side but beautiful and warm in the yurt, you will not be disappointed here the place is fab and the owner is a nice guy.
We stayed here between Christmas and New Year with our 2 boys and it was thumbs up all round, the Yurt is really spacious and well planned out with all cooking utensils you could possibly need. There is a 4 ring hob so easy enough...More
Stayed over a bank holiday weekend with kids and the dog. The yurt was lovely, electric blanket on the bed, fairy lights and a wood burning stove. It was freezing outside but lovely and cosy inside and really comfortable. The shower was great, hot and...More
The pleasures of camping outside (fresh smells, sights and sounds) but the comforts of being inside (log fire, hard walls, space, being dry, hot shower).
Went with 2 juniors & 4 adults. Rain meant we spent some quality time together stoking the fire and catching...More
For all the places I have stayed in the UK and abroad this has to be the most special.
Me and my boyfriend love camping but because it was his birthday I decided to treat him (and me of course). I surprised him with 4...More
Offas Dyke Yurts is located just five miles from the small market town of Oswestry, North Shropshire, and 40 minutes drive from the historic towns of Shrewsbury and Chester. Nestled on the side of a hill and within a private garden, the yurts overlook a breathtaking panoramic view of the Shropshire plain and the distant Stretton Hills. If you are looking for a relaxing and memorable family holiday, romantic retreat or getaway with friends, this is for you. Our yurts are self-contained with private toilet, washing and cooking facilities. Guests can take advantage of the marvelous surrounding walking country, with day hikes for enthusiasts or short strolls to watch the badgers in the neighbouring field. Children can play safely in the fenced garden, on the trampoline and swings or in the sandpit.