if you fancy something special and more private, the chief’s den is for you. Three beautiful adjoining yurts sat on a sun-deck in a woodland clearing, crafted by the Cherry Wood creator himself, Tim Gatfield. It features its own large living space and kitchen with a wood-fired cast-iron stove and oven, woodburners and private bathroom. Ideal for that special break away with people you want to spend quality time with.
king size bed
rollaway single bed
twin room can have 2 single beds or joined to be a Kingsize bed
Exclusive use of the village including all 3 yurts, 2 log cabins, a cob roundhouse and the shepherds hut. Chief’s Den can also be booked on top of this to sleep 23 in total. This ideal for family groups, adult groups and retreats
With it’s magical living roof this cabin is the same internally as Waney Cabin having a double bed and woodburning stove and is accessed via a wooden staircase from the track. The firepit is on a deck down the steps and to the side of the cabin under the trees.
Built up the side of the hill with a small staircase to reach the deck this cabin has a double bed and woodburning stove. It also has an outside deck and firepit area which is across the track down a small slope approx 20 m away.
This classic Yurt is reached from a set of steps from the track and is set on a deck so you feel very much you are living in the trees. It has a wood burning stove, low double bed, single bed and we can add another single bed or cot. The outside firepit and logs for sitting on are just a few steps away.
This is a beautiful traditional cob roundhouse situated at the far end of the camp, made with clay, sand and straw with a living roof and roof light. Internally it has a double bed (which can also be made into 2 singles) and a stove. Outside there are 2 decked areas one at the front with a bench and one to the rear which has a fire pit and logs to sit on.
our original camp with 4 large bell tents, a large yurt and a cabin sleeping up to 24 people in 14 single and 4 double or king size beds. Has an 8.5m diameter roundhouse on the edge of the woodland, ideal for gatherings, activities and events. Has its own rustic facilities and dining shelter, the beautiful mature woods (with parachute shelter) beside it.
our ever-popular camp with a centralised setup has been ideal for groups of families, friends and teams. 4 large tents with 4 single beds in each. Has exclusive rustic facilities and dining shelter, a good distance from Fry’s Wood
a beautiful bespoke handbuilt wooden cabin tucked into a secluded part of the woodland at the far end of the site. Internally it has a kingsize bed and on the mezzanine 2 single bedsa woodburner. Externally it has a deck with large firepit and for wood fired outdoor bath with views of the woodland.
1 double bed
2 single beds (on mezzanine up a ladder - ages 6+)
woodburning stove, firepit with grill, rocket stove + wood fuels
a 5.5m yurt in a quiet corner of camp, with a king size bed and 2 single beds. Peep over the fence to watch the grazing horses and wild deer passing by. 150 m to the main facility block and close to car park and HQ. Shared compost loo within 15m
prounounced ‘oh-veer’ after the westcountry phrase: “over here”
a large bell tent in a quiet corner of camp, with a double and 2 single beds. Peep over the stone wall to watch the race horses being trained in the neighbouring field. 200 yards to the main facility block and closest to car park and HQ. Shared compost loo within 20m.
prounounced ‘woss-name’ after the westcountry phrase: “whats it’s name”
a large bell tent at the far end of camp on the edge of our woodland with views into the sheep field next door, with a double and 2 single beds. 50m to the main facility block compost loos within 15 m.
prounounced ‘I-speck-so’ after the westcountry phrase: “I expect so”
a large bell tent closest to the main facilities with the roundhouse nearby, with a double and 2 single beds. Perched on the edge of our small woodland. 30 yds to the main facility block compost loos within 25m
prounounced ‘ee-sore-ite’ after the westcountry phrase: “that’s alright”