Cherry Wood is an off-grid and eco-friendly camp near Bath, home to a carefully created, low-impact village hidden in a woodland valley. For something unique and special, check out the Chief’s Den.
Fire up the stove, put the kettle on and snuggle into some cosy knitwear and a good book. Breathe and relax.
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. Sleeps up to 4 people in 2 bedrooms. Ideal for that special break away with people you want to spend quality time with.
Wrap up in your coat, sit next to a warm fire and listen to the blissful sounds of nature, whilst star-gazing with a hot drink.
Stay in our village of handcrafted yurts, log cabins, a shepherds hut and a cob roundhouse. Shared use of the beautiful Treeshack housing warm showers and our incredible composting toilets with views into the woods. There is also a kitchen and dining shelter with wood-fired cob oven, stove and running drinking water. And a small wood-fired sauna for up to 4 people. The village is perfect for couples or groups. For exclusive use, groups are welcome from £129pp with a minimum of 12, including Chief’s Den for a minimum of 14.
Each village shelter has:
- Ready-made beds & towels
- Wood burning stove
- Separate BBQ firepit areas
- Use of Treeshack shared toilets & showers
- Village kitchen and dining