I've realised that living in the countryside we are much more in tune with (and affected by) the seasons than in urban areas. We had a really tough winter and March was especially tricky - trying to prepare for the season opening at Easter alongside snow, gales and driving rain was challenging. The weather hampered the bathrooms being finished and the yurts being put up, but we got there in the end and April passed by in a flash giving way to a (mostly) warm and sunny May with birds and flowers catching up on lost time.
June is generally quieter at the yurts and in Devon generally. It's a perfect time for those without children to get away while school is still in, or for those with pre-schoolers or home-educating families to enjoy the yurts at a beautiful time of year. Enjoy 15% off bookings in June using code SPRING15. July and August are starting to fill up so if you'd like to visit during the school holidays do book now.
A big thank you to Helen of the Creative Business Network and Angie of Artwork by Angie for creating our new graphics and website.
Katie is one of the owners of Blackdown Yurts and likes to write about things going on at and around her beautiful glamping site