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Glamping Yurts


Our Yurts are traditional Mongolian Yurts. They have been hand crafted in Mongolia and imported by Ulann Taij. These Yurts are the real thing, not a western copy; living and breathing structures that stretch back into the history of humankind. They are decorated in traditional Mongolian symbols and colours.





So What Can You Expect?

What You Get



ACCOMMODATION

  • 1 double bed
  • 2 single beds
  • Fresh linen for four
  • Wooden floors with lots of rugs
  • Coat hangers
  • Solar powered lighting
  • Tea Light candle chandelier (free candles)
  • Wood burning stove with small oven:
    • Box of matches
  • Cooking equipment:
    • Double gas hob (free gas)
    • Cooking pans
    • Utensils (fully stocked)
    • Casserole dish
    • Baking tray
    • Bottle opener
    • Kettle
  • Cool box
  • Fire extinguisher / fire blanket / bucket of sand
  • Lanterns
  • Outside leisure area by your yurt:
    • Decking
    • Picnic bench
    • Brazier


SITE FACILITIES

  • Modern shower & toilet block:
    • Clean toilets
    • Toilet paper
    • 3 pronged sockets
    • Hand dryers
    • Hot cubicle showers
  • Washing up area
  • Use of freezer for ice packs
  • Access to ornate grounds & gardens of Rydal Hall

What You Don't Get

  • Hidden charges!
  • No charges for showers
  • No charges for linen & tea towels
  • No charges for gas
  • Cars near your yurt
  • Tents near your yurt
  • Noisy neighbours


Surcharges

  • Wood burning charge of £15 per day.
  • In any of our 'pet friendly' units there is a one-off charge of £25 for a dog and £10 per additional dog, for cleaning.
  • Due to the parking limitations at Rydal Hall, we now require you to hold a Parking Permit at the cost of £20 for any car that you bring on site.  This is a one-off charge that will cover your vehicle for the duration of your stay.

Beth, our Bookings Manager will contact you post booking to arrange any surcharge requirements.




The yurt sleeps upto six people. There is a standard double bed and twin single beds. For the beds we provide pillows and duvets with freshly laundered cotton covers. Bedding and linen is provided for four people. please bring a carry mat and sleeping bag for additional guests.

The yurts have 5 layers of fabric and are hence very well insulated. Most yurts in the UK only have a single canvas layer and lose heat rapidly. Combined with our waist high wood burning stove /ovens and you will never be cold so long as you tend your fire. Weíve had people stay in the yurts all year round, even with half a foot of snow and everybody always says that they were toasty warm.

Drinking water is available from a tap less than 100m metres away. Each yurt comes with its own rolling water carrier. This water comes straight off the fells and undergoes a UV treatment and is the best tasting water you will ever get short of standing beneath a glacier. Experience nature at its finest and leave behind plastic bottled water. There is uni sex shower facilities and male & female toilets less then 300 metres away from your yurt that are cleaned daily.These were completed in 2011 and are tiled throughout and have underfloor heating and use solar and hydro electric energy. Not your usual camp site toilets.












“it is everything you hope for and more”

This is a truly unique site, it is everything you hope for and more, it has a genuine wild feel yet the amenities are better than you would find on most other sites.
The site is situated in perfect distance to some of the most dramatic landscapes in the Lake District but you donít even need to leave the site to enjoy incredible natural adventures such as the surrounding woodland and the waterfalls that pass through.
Reviewed by Jonathan - 2021






Booking & Pricing for Yurts


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Season Rates
Jan to end March* Sun to Thurs (week)
Fri & Sat (weekend)
* - Feb Half Term
£89PRPN
£110PRPN
£150PRPN
April to end June* Sun to Thurs (week)
Fri & Sat (weekend)
* - Easter
   - May Half Term
£100PRPN
£175PRPN
£150PRPN
£150PRPN
July to end August* £175PRPN
Sept and Oct* Sun to Thurs (week)
Fri & Sat (weekend)
* - Oct Half Term
£120PRPN
£150PRPN
£150PRPN
Nov to Dec 14th* Sun to Thurs (week)
Fri & Sat (weekend)
* - Oct Half Term
£89PRPN
£110PRPN
Dec 15th to Jan 1st £150PRPN




MAKE YOUR STAY LONGER FOR A GREAT DISCOUNT
A week+ for 5% OFF
A fortnight+ for 10% OFF
30 days+ for 15% OFF

DISCOUNTS WILL BE APPLIED TO THE PRICES AS SEEN ABOVE THROUGH THE CHECKOUT PROCESS.



Gap Fillers
Please contact us directly for last minute one or two night bookings at discounted prices (if the spaces are available, one nights stays are from £60 per night).



10% DISCOUNT for being an Eco Warrior
We would like to encourage people to come by public transport. Send us your ticket and we will refund you 10%. Also, if you can keep a litter diary, or litter you collected daily on your travels and dutifully disposed of contentiously please, send us the pictures and we will refund you 10%. This is a great project for children - we suggest you give them the pocket money on us!

Litter Picking Eco Worriors in The Lake District




Frequently Asked Questions



THE ACCOMMODATION

Are the yurts waterproof

Yes, there is high tech sail cloth, roofing membrane and a thick layer of canvas between you and the elements.

How many does each yurt sleep

Each yurt sleeps up to 4 occupants, with 1 double bed and 1 single bed with a pull-out trundle bed. Our Public Liability Insurance will not allow more than 4 occupants.

Is there electricity in the yurts

Yes, there are solar powered lights. You can find 3-pronged sockets in the site shower and toilet block. We recommend, as part of unplugging and rewilding, that you limit focus on your personal devices during your stay.

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What do we need to bring

We do allow well-behaved pets in Cabin 2 and Yurt 1 and 2. As dog owners ourselves, we know how important it is to find somewhere that accepts every member of the family.

You need to bring:

  • Towels for showering.
  • A personal torch.
  • Food and refreshments.
  • Battery packs for your devices.

Is it suitable for children

Yes, the accommodation and its surroundings make for a fantastic holiday for children.  It also gives families the opportunity to share communal space together, which in our experience, can really help build relationships.

Do you provide towels

We provide a tea towel for drying your dishes but you need to bring your own towels for showering.

Is it suitable for pets

We do allow well-behaved pets in Cabin 2 and Yurt 1 and 2.  As dog owners ourselves, we know how important it is to find somewhere that accepts every member of the family.

PET RULES

  • Pet owners must clean up after their pets.
  • Pets must be kept on a lead/tether whilst at the Rydal Hall grounds as there are grazing sheep & other wildlife on site (There is a wood 100m away where they can exercise off the lead).  Rydal Hall Management has the right to ask any pet owner to leave if these rules are not respected.
  • No pets on the beds.
  • Cleaning of pets feet on entering the dwelling.
  • No more then two pets allowed per dwelling.

Should we bring food

If you want to bring food, you will be able to cook in the accomodation.  We provide a double gas hob, a grill and the utensils you will need.  We have an on site freezer, accessible only in the summer seasion, if you want to bring a cool pack to chill food in the cool boxes.

Do we need to bring bedding

There are pillows, duvets and freshly laundered cotton sheets for the double and single beds.

Will we be warm enough if it gets cold

Oh yes, we supply as much free fire wood as you require and all accommodation units are very well insulated.  We promise you will be toasty warm, as long as you tend your fire!

Are belongings in the accommodation secure

The accommodation door can be locked and you will be given a key.  However, you are in a secluded corner of a retreat centre, away from any footpaths and are unlikely to be disturbed, we advise you to keep any valuables locked in your car.  We assume no responsibility for the loss of your possessions.





SITE FACILITIES

What about toilets and showers

There is a purpose built toilet and shower block that is cleaned regularly and is situated just 3mins from your door.

Where do I park

When you have checked in at Rydal Hall Reception, which is the first turning on the right, take the second road on the right immediately after it (marked 'Alternate route' on the map).  The road runs along a stone wall at the bottom of a wood.  You will go through a gate and drive past the Ramblerís Tea Shop, over the bridge, past the houses and turn left up slope then park in the gravel car park.

Rydal Parking

What about disability access





YOUR BOOKING

Do you have a Cancellation List

Yes, if the dates you require are already booked, then you can send an email to the link below, to be put on the Cancellations List.  Please note, we will not read the email, but only reply to all if we get any cancellations!
Join The Cancellation List

Do accept Hen or Stag Parties

No. We are on Rydal Hall's land and they wish to keep the site for families.





THE LOCAL AREA

Can I get to Rydal by Public Transport

You can get to within 400m or Rydal Hall Reception by train then bus, and if you do, we’ll give you a 10% DISCOUNT for your effort! Catch the train to Windermere Station and then the #555 bus to Keswick which leaves around every half hour on a week day. It takes about 25mins to Rydal. Ask the driver to let you know when you get there.

What’s the weather like

The Lake District has some beautiful weather - It also rains. In the middle of Winter, it can be glorious, and in summer it can be grey. It can change between the two very quickly - Always expect the unexpected! Bring clothing for all conditions whatever time of year you visit.

www.lakedistrict.gov.uk
www.mwis.org.uk
www.metcheck.com

Do I need special clothes

Bring warm and waterproof clothing for your stay. You wonít need them in your dwelling but you may need them to make the best of your stay in the Lake District.

What is there to do

The Lake District is one of the most accessible National Parks you will ever have the joy to explore. It is perfect for a range of different breaks away, whatever you seek, be it fun, adventure, culture, history, a chance to relax, read, write, paint, shop, eat out, and get a local late night lock in down the pub, listen to music etc. There are hundreds of breathtakingly beautiful places to commune with nature: Waterfalls, crags, woods, mountains, streams, beaches. See: Full Circle Experiences to get the most from your holiday.

Where can I walk

There are an abundance of walks from the site that you can go on without having to get into your car. Do look up www.amblesideonline.co.uk for suggestions or ask Ben on arrival.

Where are the nearest facilities: shop, petrol, cash point, etc?

There is a Tea Shop, Pub & Restaurant in Rydal itself. You can stroll 30 minutes into the bustling tourist village of Ambleside (or drive for 5minutes). Here you will find everything you need: Shops, Banks, Off Licenses, Restaurants, Cinemas, Police, Doctors Surgery, Dentist, Tourist Information, Cafes and a whole lot more. See: www.amblesideonline.co.uk and plan your trip before time.









Full Circle Activities

During your stay, why not treat yourself to a Full Circle adventure 'Experience' or a 'Wellness' session?
(also available to none-residents)


Packhorse Picnic, Adventure and Wellness Day
The Happy Ape
Meditate with Horses
Forest Bathing
Woodland Activities
Forage and Feast
Massage
Horse Trek Across Romania
Breath Work and Wild Swimming
Cacao Ceremony
Families Unplugged
Campervan Touring Around The Lake District
Cabin Glamping Accommodation
Yurt Glamping Accommodation
Wild Woman Nature Retreat
Beautiful Bosnia Retreat
Holiday Activity and Food




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