From £199 on selected midweek (Mon-Fri) breaks
"A truly magical experience" is how some of our guests have described staying in one of our Yurts. Kick off your shoes, sit back and relax, your holiday starts here. Wild mountain scenery, tranquil surroundings, the crackle of the wood burning stove, the twinkle of the fairy lights are just a few of the luxuries you can expect on your holiday with a breath of fresh air.
|Set in the heart of rural Peak District National Park|
|A break away from the hustle and bustle of everyday life|
|Cycling, caving, canoeing, climbing, abseiling, weaselling & lots more!|
|The crackle of wood on the open fire in the nigtht air|
|Cosy wood burning stoves and twinkling fairy lights|
|Country houses, wild swimming, picnicing, adventure for everyone|
|Holiday with a breath of fresh air|
|Unforgettable holiday with a difference|
|Time to stop and re-connect with what's important in your life|
Located in the heart of the Peak District National Park, Long Valley Yurts Knotlow Farm site is a hidden gem. The Peak District is best known for its dramatic gritstone edges, wild heather moorlands, mile upon mile of limestone walls, rivers, dales and hills making it one of Britain's best-loved landscapes. Breathtaking scenery, hundreds of miles of footpaths and fresh country air makes Britain's first National Park one of our country's gems. Whether its exploring the countryside, enjoying any number of outdoor activities, ambling around one of its many country mansions or simply just getting away from it all, the Peak District won't disappoint. This is what the Peak District is renowned for! And much more! Long Valley Yurts are all modeled on the original ornate Turkmen Yurt which will accommodate four on futon style beds and an additional fifth person on a blow up mattress. The inside of the Yurts are high enough so you don't need to bend down when walking around. The internal frames are made from ash, which are light in colour and aesthetically pleasing, whilst still being very strong to cope with anything the British weather can throw at them.