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Yurt [sleeps up to 6] & Bathhouse in E Cornwall UK - 5* Off-Gri 6

Callington, Cornwall, South West of England

Yurt [sleeps up to 6] & Bathhouse in E Cornwall UK - 5* Off-Gri From £525 Availability

Property type "Camp Ground" or "Cabin" were the nearest options I could find - but this is a traditional Kazakhstan style Yurt [see the photos] and is much more than a tent, yet maybe less than a Cabin {depending on the Cabin of course! :) } this is a 20 foot diameter Yurt .. just over 300 square feet in area .. with a King-Size double bed and two fold-way sofa beds. So it's possible to sleep 6 people in total.

This is a unique off-grid rural location, away from the crowds, 750 ft above sea level on the northern side of Kit Hill with fabulous views over The Tamar Valley - Kit Hill is an AONB {Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty} - with miles of walks right outside the Yurt door, and within easy reach of North and South Cornish/Devon coasts. The Eden Project is less than an hour away [~30 miles] and there are a host of other wonderful places to visit - Max 2 Hrs in any direction can take you to Dartmoor, Bodmin Moor, N & S Coast beaches - endless possibilities!

Mary’s Yurt is a 20ft canvas yurt which has one king size bed with memory foam mattress and 2 double sofa beds accommodating a maximum of six guests.There is a table and chairs for 4, cosy log burner, kitchen area with 2-ring camping stove, sink with hot and cold running water, drinking water, and all the crockery and utensils you’ll need, table and chairs, a small library of books and 12v lighting.

There is also a compost loo with a sink and a bathhouse with shower, sink and luxury corner bath with a fabulous view - all with hot and cold running water! Total off-grid luxury!

The Yurt was made on nearby Bodmin Moor by Tim Hutton of Yurt Works. There’s a little blurb about his original Kyrgyzstan visit to learn the craft on his website. Mary’s Yurt Differs from the traditional Mongolian Yurt in that these roof spars are steam-bent, which provides a little extra headroom inside as the spars go up to the dome. The Mongolian type is a flatter roof pitch because the spars are straight.

When the weather's cold , the wood burner means it’s lovely and warm inside once the burner’s up to temperature, keeping you cozy inside even if it's cold and wet outside … a centrally heated yurt.

Our location is off the beaten track, and very quiet and peaceful – ideal for escaping from the crowds … an oasis of calm, easily reachable by road or we can collect you from the local station (15 minutes away by car)! A unique and tranquil location in which to relax and let your cares evaporate, yet within easy drivable reach of N and S Cornish coastal favourites and all the other inland spots.

Located in Callington, this cabin is in a rural area. Dupath Well and Cotehele House and Gardens are local landmarks, and some of the area's activities can be experienced at St. Mellion Golf Club and Tavistock Golf Club. Country Cheeses and Launceston Steam Railway are also worth visiting. Discover the area's water adventures with scuba diving and windsurfing nearby, or enjoy the great outdoors with mountain biking and ecotours.

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