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Video - Mongolian Yurts in Hampshire
Meon Springs Yurt Village, Hampshire
Nestled beneath the South Downs, you can bring the famiily for an adventurous and relaxing yurting adventure in an authentic Mongolian Yurt on an active dairy farm in Hampshire.
- Enjoy living in an authentic mongolian yurt.
- Come and see the farm.
- Have a go at fishing.
- Plenty of walking, cycling and chilling out.
- Indoor comforts - warm and cosy.
Just bring your towels, toothbrush and whatever you want to eat and drink.
Your essential guide to Glamping
For your Essential Guide to Glamping, please leave your details below.
Our Yurt Village visitors very much like all of the following.
- Amongst the trees, relaxing and with great views.
- A wood burning stove in each yurt.
- The Yurtery, with a fridge for each yurt and a large kitchen for Sunday roasts or larger meals.
- Toilets, close to each yurt and piping hot showers.
- Chill out areas both inside and out.
- A communal campfire.
- Bedside electric lights.
- Sockets for hair straighteners and a mobile phone charge
- The walk to the Meon Springs Café and a cup of tea when you get there.
- The local pubs in East or West Meon.
- Online availability and booking calendar.
In your yurt, you have a small hotplate and kettle and in The Yurtery, you have your own fridge, and shared use of the kitchen, with two cookers, cutlery, crockery and all kitchen essentials.
The Yurting Experience
When staying with us, you'll get all the thrills of traditional camping, such as campfires & marshmallows, open spaces for the kids and adventures in the countryside, with all the comforts of home, such as -
- Warmth, from the wood burning stoves in each yurt.
- Made up beds with warm duvets and clean linen.
- Secure feeling of a solid structure around you, even in wet and windy weather.
- Everything you need to eat, drink and sleep at hand.
Just take a look at Trip Advisor to see what people are saying about us...
Your Yurt (one of six)
Your yurt can sleep up to four people in freshly made up beds (either singles or doubles) and another two on a futon (or futon and bed-roll, if they're not so cosy). If required, we can supply a travel cot.
Duvets, pillows, clean linen and blankets are supplied.
Unique to Meon Springs, you will find The Yurtery, a large centrally heated area, in which families and Yurt Adventurers can chill out.
In the Yurtery there is a fully fitted kitchen, with worktops, sinks and equipment, your own individual fridge, two shared cookers, big enough for the Sunday Roast and three large wet rooms, with piping hot showers, loos and sinks.
Each yurt has its own fire-pit. There is also a communal fire-pit for you to gather round in the evenings.
ONE THING - Our valley is remote and peaceful, - So when outside at night, you do need to be quiet.
All the wood for your wood-burner and campfire is supplied free of charge. We also supply firelighters.
You do need to bring food, which you can organize when you book, by doing an online shopping order with Tesco, Sainsbury or Ocado. On site, you can also purchase food and drink from our cafe - And don't forget to frequent the local country pubs.
“Other than that, all you need to bring are your own towels and don’t forget your toothbrush…”
The Yurt Village is owned by the Butler family and is part of Whitewool Farm on The South Downs Way in Hampshire.
On the farm you will see our dairy herd of around 400 cows that live in comfortable sheds in the Winter and go out to graze in the Summer.
When you are staying with us, please come and visit the farm and take a look at the milking (5pm every evening).
If you want to keep up to date with happenings on the farm, take a look at our farming & outdoors blog. or follow us on twitter @meonsprings
Meon Springs Cafe
If you wander down the valley, you will come across the Meon Springs Cafe where you can relax and sit out overlooking the lake, with a cup of coffee and (in the mornings) a bacon roll.
The cafe is fully licensed and later in the day, you can sit out with a beer of glass of wine, watching the anglers coming and going (or having a go at the fishing if you would like.
Tea & Coffee at The Fishery Cafe is free to Yurters.
Health & Safety
We do everything we can to maintain a safe environment and ensure that you and your fellow yurters enjoy safe activities and behave in a safe and considerate way. Please take a look at our Yurt Village and Farm Safety document.
If you wish to book, please use our online system or give us a call and we can do it for you.
Here’s to your Yurting Adventure….
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