Yurts originate from Mongolia and are traditionally lived in by nomadic tribes. They are strong, aesthetically beautiful constructions that feel both spacious and harmonious to be in.
The structure of a Yurt consists of a hand-crafted oak frame which is steam bent to create the curved form of the roof, and shaped into a trellis for the walls. The frame is covered with a strong canvas and there is a clear circular portal in the middle of the roof, two windows, a wooden floor and door.
Our Yurt site is situated in a wooded valley which hosts an abundance of birds and wildlife. A small river runs through the land, part of an EU designated “Special Areas of Conservation”.
There are many local activities and attractions in the West Wales area including a Chocolate Factory, Butterfly Farm, Wildlife Centre, Oakwood Theme Park, Quad bikes, Paint Balling, Hiking, Cycling, Costal Walks, Canoeing and Horse Riding. A 10 mile drive takes you to the coast famous for its Blue flag beaches and regular dolphin and porpoise sightings. The attractive market town of Newcastle Emlyn is just 4 miles away.
Also available: a cosy 2 bedroom holiday cottage set in the beautiful Cych Valley on the Carmarthenshire / Pembrokeshire border. Sleeps 4 - 5 + cot. Sensitively converted this self-catering cottage retains much of its original character.
Well behaved family pets are welcome with prior agreement.