Our most popular yurt, the main feature you see when you first walk into this yurt is the 125 year old hand carved rosewood wedding bed, you can actually smell the wood, its a stunning yurt that is most peoples first choice when booking with us.
This was the last yurt we themed, it was originally going to be an african themed yurt but we saw this bed for sale and could not resist, it seems to be the most difficult yurt for people to pronounce on the phone too, my personal favourite is when people call it the (spaghetti) bolognese yurt, its really hard to stay professional and not laugh, one day I’ll get there.
We actually had to build the yurt around this bed as it is too big to go through the door and didn’t break down in sections like the french yurt bed so we had to wait for a dry day, putting the bed together was a trial and error job also as beds over 100 years don’t come with instructions, there isn’t a single screw in it either, it all slots together and is pegged with dowels.
This is the smallest bed on site, a modest double, so if you are like me and need to sleep like a starfish then this is not the yurt for you however for all you cuddly sleepers out there say hello to your perfect bed,
The balinese has no electric and is lit with over 40 candles and heated with the wood burner, first time campers may want to bring an extra lantern as it is quite a dim yurt at night even with all the candles lit.
Kids love to sleep on the leopard print chaise longues but there is plenty of room to fit 2 camp beds comfortably for them also.