Peak District Long Valley Yurts, Derbyshire
Knotlow Farm, Peak District Yurt Holidays, Buxton, Derbyshire
A holiday in a yurt is not only a luxury camping holiday with a difference but also a mini adventure that the kids will love!
Ideally located in the heart of the Peak District National Park and well away from roads, Long Valley Yurts provide a peaceful and safe haven for families with children, to explore the beautiful Derbyshire countryside. With plenty of outdoor space, unlimited fresh air on tap, magical forest glades to discover and meandering streams to paddle in, it truly is a holiday to cherish.
Yurt Holiday Accommodation
Forget flimsy tents, you'll be toasty and warm in one of these 4 canva yurts, no matter what the weather decides to do. These luxury yurts sleep up to five people with soft, cosy, ethnic-style furnishings and a wood-burning stove to keep you warm in the evenings. The comfortable futon style beds consist of one double and two singles which conveniently and easily turn into seating during the day. There is a spare airbed for a fifth person if needed. Freshly laundered cotton sheets, pillowcases and duvets are provided. The Yurts have a fully equipped and functional kitchen, which include all the things you are likely to need to cook, bake and dine in style. A games chest provides family entertainment for times when you're just too comfortable to go outside. The solar lighting and fairy lights make for a magical ambience at dusk.
The Yurt Campsite - Knotlow Farm
Long Valley Yurts Derbyshire is located at Knotlow Farm - a warm friendly family run campsite set within the tranquil and picturesque landscape of the Peak District National Park. This peaceful site is surrounded by over a hundred acres of farmland and well away from any main roads or traffic.
You can take the opportunity to sample a full English breakfast from the farmhouse, which will set you up nicely for the day. Or even authentic Italian Pizzas are available to order - great when you run out of ideas for tea time. There are toilets, hot showers and a washing up area for holiday guests to use.
Things to do in the Peak District
If you can muster the energy to leave the comfort of the Peak District Yurt there is a whole array of activities and attractions right on your doorstep.
Why not also take the opportunity to discover how the other half lived in the one of the magnificent stately homes or just enjoy a picnic in the stunning their stunning grounds. Probably the most famous of these are Chatsworth House, Hardwick Hall and the medieval Haddon House. Alternatively why not browse the shops and take in some of the sights and sounds of some of the Peak Districts towns. With Buxton and Bakewell only a stones throw away you can be munching on a Bakewell Tart in one of its many cafes for afternoon tea.
As the days get longer and warmer, this is the perfect moment to take a refreshing spring break. Come and explore the woodland trail that meanders through the woods or enjoy a spirit-lifting country stroll. For families who love the great outdoors, those in search of adventure and anyone who wants a little bit of luxury but still want to feel close to nature and camp this site is open from 26th March through to 1st November.