Our three large yurts (Buzzard, Badger and Woodpecker) can sleep up to 6 persons. Our smaller yurt (Willow) sleeps up to 4.
What do we sleep on?
A mix of double and single beds are made from reclaimed timber, with organic wool-filled roll mattresses, organic bedlinen and duvets, topped with thick woollen blankets. Willow has a double bed and two 2ft wide single beds with more conventional mattresses. In the three larger yurts, if you need to make space for a travel cot or luggage, two of the single beds can be tucked away to give extra space in the yurt.
Do I have to bring bed linen?
No, all bed linen is provided. However, you will need to bring your own towels.
Can I get reception on my mobile phone?
Depending on your network, you will be able to pick up some patchy reception on your mobile phone.
Do you have internet access?
No, we do not have internet access. Part of the site's appeal is that you can get away from modern technology and completely unplug and unwind.
Do you have a television?
No, we do not have a television.
What are the facilities on site?
We have a communal barn, with a large kitchen area equipped with two fridge freezers, a microwave, electric kettle, toaster and three big gas hobs. There is also a large dining table and benches, shelves full of crockery and cooking utensils and a large lounge area with a log burner and sofas and armchairs to relax in. Next door are brand new rustic yet modern bathrooms with hot showers and flushing toilets.
What do we cook on?
We have provided a ‘field kitchen’ next to each yurt, with a two ring/grill/oven camping gas cooker. There is also a barbeque outside each yurt, as well as a fire pit stocked with logs. You can also cook in the barn.
Do you allow for group bookings?
We can cater for group bookings, and welcome parties, wedding events, corporate bookings and most other group events. However, in order to ensure privacy and peace for our guests, we will only take group bookings for the entire site.
Can we bring our children?
Yes! Youngsters love the freedom of outdoor living and we can help to make your stay with little ones as hassle free as possible. We can provide a travel cot, high chair, baby bath and toddler toilet seat on request.
Where do we park our car?
There is a gravel car park on site, a short distance from the yurts. We ask that people please do not park on the grassed areas in front of the yurts. There is a small grass lay-by at the bottom of the steps to Buzzard yurt for the use of guests staying there.
Can you drink the water?
Yes, it comes from 60ft under ground from our own borehole.
Do we need to bring anything?
Only towels and food! And a sense of adventure... For more info click here.
Do you have loos that flush?
Yes. Next to the main field kitchen there are hot showers and flushing loos. We have our own sewage treatment plant on site so please make sure you only put human waste and toilet tissue down the toilet. Bins are provided in each toilet for sanitary products and baby wipes. Please bag nappies and put them in the bin.
Will the beds be made up?
Yes, we provide all organic or sustainably sourced 100% cotton bedding and natural wool bed rolls.
Can I plug my mobile phone/hair drier etc in..?
Yes, but only in the barn and plugs are limited.
Do you have electricity in the yurts?
No. We do provide lanterns/tea-lights and torches though. You may wish to bring your own torches too.
Do I need to bring a pair of wellies?
Yes. It’s a good idea to pack a pair of wellies if it has been or it looks like it might be raining. This the country after all! If you don’t have a pair we can point you in the right direction of a local stockist.
Can I bring my dog if he is well behaved?
Sorry no, not even if he sleeps in the car. This is because the yurts are all one space with soft furnishings and there are sheep in the adjacent field. We do have holiday cottages at the other side of the farm that are pet-friendly if you can't bear to be separated from your pooch.
Is there a fridge/freezer?
Yes there is fridge and a freezer in the barn. Each yurt also has a cool box to keep things like milk cool and nearby for that essential cup of tea. Ice blocks are provided that you can swop out in the yurt freezer.
What facilities does each yurt have?
Each yurt has its own cold water tap and a small field kitchen with pots, pans cutlery and crockery. They also have their own compost loo. See here for more information.
Can you recommend any additional accommodation in the area?
Yes, we have four beautifully restored thatched barns/cottages on our farm that are available. Take a look at halsbeerfarm.co.uk for more details or contact us directly via the contact page on this site.
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