A beautifully presented 20' yurt, ideally situated on the edge of a fishing lake in a peaceful and private location on the outskirts of the pretty village of Beckford, on the Gloucestershire/Worcestershire border, in the Cotswolds Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty.
One of four on site, this delightful Gloucestershire yurt is perfect for an unusual romantic retreat in a lovely part of the country.
Offering ground floor accommodation with views over the wildlife lake, this Gloucestershire holiday home has been thoughtfully furnished, including a fitted kitchen, roll-top bath and king-size bed from where the lovely views can be enjoyed.
Outside, guests can enjoy the private hot tub and a 2-person sauna with its own CD player, or just sit by the warming chiminea and enjoy the peace and tranquillity this charming Gloucestershire holiday home has to offer.
The pretty village of Beckford is just a stroll away and boasts a village store and Post Office as well as an excellent village pub.
A little further afield from this yurt in Gloucestershire guests can enjoy the delightful Cotswold villages, the spa town of Cheltenham and many National Trust properties.
A very special Gloucestershire holiday home!
All ground floor.
Open plan yurt accommodation with one king-size double bed, roll-top bath with hand-held shower, basin, kitchen, breakfast bar and sitting area. Separate basin and WC accessed via yurt.
About the location
Evesham & Tewkesbury 6 miles; Cheltenham 9 miles; Broadway 11 miles.
The pretty village of Beckford boasts many amenities, with an excellent country inn, Norman church and nature reserve, in one of the most unspoilt areas of England. The village sits on the Worcestershire/Gloucestershire border, close to the old market town of Evesham, famous for its horticulture. The regency spa town of Cheltenham, with its range of shops, cinemas, theatres, restaurants, pubs, and famous Gold Cup horse racing, is a short drive away. Also close is Broadway, a quintessential English village, one of the most beautiful in the Cotswolds, offering a superb range of unique shops and boutiques, top class art galleries, restaurants and hotels and steeped in history with its origins dating back to Roman times. The surrounding open countryside offers agricultural shows, open gardens and village fetes, plus many lovely walks, cycles trails, museums and National Trust properties - something to suit all tastes at any time of year.