You can now book your 2019 holiday with us! Dates added up to 2020 on our website. Click on the link, search by date and choose your accommodation, or click on Availability to browse and see what’s available.
In 2019 you can also book up to 7 days all at once via our website for … Read more
1. Environmental impact: It’s a carbon neutral holiday at Hidden Valley Yurts. There are enough trees here to off set your car journey, your electricity used and wood burnt on camp fires/ in log burners. Did you know the average return flight for a family of 4 to Spain creates over 1.67 tons of CO2?… Read more
So what’s been happening…
Firstly the weather (apart from the odd few days here and there) has been stunning. It’s been so warm … Read more
The Lake House booking system is FINALLY open!
We’re pleased to announce that the old Cricket Pavilion has become the New Lake House. Initially transported across from Somerset the old building has undergone a lot of work to create all year around accommodation and a base for events and courses, either in conjunction with the … Read more
It’s time to announce that we are almost finished with the renovation of our new all year round accommodation and it is time to start letting you know about it.
The Lake House used to be an old cricket pavilion that sits on the bank of our small lake.
• Two bedrooms situated … Read more
It’s coming up to the time of year when we start dusting off the yurts, that have been in storage over the winter and getting everything ready for the new holiday season. With an early Easter this year the yurt doors will be opening on the 26th March.
Last year turned out to … Read more
It has been an absolutely fantastic 6 months and we have had more guests coming to stay than ever.
I really can’t believe that our last guests of the year have now departed.
Officially we closed for the winter on the 2nd of October but unofficially we stayed open an extra weekend to allow some … Read more
It is my great pleasure to announce that we have increased our herd of Highland Cattle, with the birth of 2 calfs.
With a little girl and boy born, both calfs and mothers are doing fine.
It’s very hard to get a decent photo of the girl as her mother is being very protective and the … Read more