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We wanted to go to Paris for a weekend. Then the prospect of the deserved looks of pity from our more sensible European neighbours would be too much, so we stayed in UK.
My last experience of camping was when my room service was late,...More
Spur of the moment get away as its not to far from home. Unfortunately there were no yurts available, but the lovely young lady told us the log cabin was empty for the night so we had that.
It's £50 for the night there is...More
Just spent the most beautiful two nights at the love yurt. So peaceful and romantic. Rained on the second day but that's fine. You just spent your time in the yurt with your lamps, wood burner, bottle of wine, and your loved one, listening to...More
We stayed in the Love Yurt with our children for 2 nights. Upon arrival after a bit of a shaky start it appeared to be average, not really what I was expecting. The yurt smells a bit musty and the cooking station needs a good...More
Just got back from spending three lovely nights at Forest Yurts at Sopley Lake staying in the largest yurt, Elephant Yurt, which can sleep up to eight people.
I stayed there with four adults (aged from 76 to 23) and three boys (aged 10/11).
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Response from Jupityjupe, Owner at Sopley Lake Yurt CampResponded 5 June 2016
Thank you so much for your kind words, delighted you had a great time. The problem with the large gas bottles is one never knows when they are going to run out, they could literally be check by the servicing team and two minutes later...More