So let’s talk more about facilities! We were really impressed. The Barn was a fantastic space for indoor cooking and group dining just a short walk from the yurts. This is the place you can sit and enjoy a book by the log burner if the weather isn’t favourable. Of course the use of this at the moment is slightly limited, but it was still very handy to have, with each yurt having it’s own fridge and plugs available for charging. Moving on to the showers. Wow! Again, each yurt has it’s own indoor shower and toilet (as well as a compost toilet right outside your yurt) and these have been done to a fantastic standard. Not only do they look the part, with the woodwork and exposed copper pipes, they also provided a great place to feel properly refreshed whilst living wild. Powerful, hot showers and a spacious, clean sink and toilet area – no need to rough it here. The outdoor kitchens were great too, with crockery, pans and cutlery available and drinking water is right next to your yurt. You also have a BBQ per yurt, ready with a bag of charcoal on arrival. The only thing we would love to see is food bins at each kitchen (though there is one in the barn).