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Blackdown Yurts


Authentic and luxurious Mongolian yurts nestled in the glorious Devon countryside.

Ideal for

Babies Toddlers Kids & pre-teens Teenagers

Book your stay at Blackdown Yurts

From £500/week
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Indulge in the luxury of the beautifully styled yurts and fantastic facilities on this stunning small holding in a hidden Devon valley – perfect for families or groups of friends.

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What we think

"Love this place. New shower block is fabulous – very Scandi sauna chic. The barn provides everything you need if the weather is less than ideal. Plenty of firewood and warm, cosy yurts keep you comfy. The field is great for the kids to play and explore safely."

The kids say...

"We loved fire building and eating the marshmallows that had been left for us on arrival and having lots of space to run around."

Reviewed by

Karen & family

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What are the facilities like? Where can you eat? What can you do?

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Eating at Blackdown Yurts


Eating at Blackdown Yurts


Eating at Blackdown Yurts


There is level access from the parking area to the main yurt field which is flat. There is a slight step and threshold on entering each of the yurts. The living and dining area of the communal barn is accessible and one of the communal bathrooms has a wide enough door for wheelchair access. There are steps into the compost toilets so these are not accessible for those in wheelchairs.

Location & local area

Where is it and how do you get there?

By air

By air, the nearest airports are Exeter and Bristol. Coach link to Cullompton.

By rail

If rail is your thing the nearest stations are Tiverton Parkway and Honiton where taxis are available.

By road

Road is most convenient as we are located in the middle of countryside away from public transport. We are close to the M5 and the A30.

About the owners

Katie & Mark

“We have run Blackdown Yurts since March 2016. Katie has a wealth of wildlife knowledge, having studied zoology and worked in nature conservation. Mark is an adventurer who has travelled all over the world creating programmes for television.”

Tips from the owners

Local things to do, places to eat and attractions not to be missed.

  • Visit Diggerland - one of our nearest visitor attractions, perfect for little digger enthusiasts.

  • Go searching for native and former British wildlife including wolves, lynx and red squirrels at Wildwood Escot.

  • Visit Knightshayes - a lovely National Trust property with a grand house, gardens, parkland and a playground formed from fallen trees.

  • Go to Culmstock and enjoy the cute Blackdown Hills village with a great pub, lovely deli, riverside walks and river swimming.

  • If your cubs like getting muddy, the obstacle course at the Bear Trail is perfect.