What do we provide and what will you need to bring with you?
We want your stay with us to be as easy as hassle free as possible so we have tried to cover as many bases as possible when it comes to the little things we provide.
Below is a list of things you can expect to find already here when you arrive;
- Bedding (pillows and duvets)
- Bed linen
- Some blankets (not guaranteed during times of Covid, as we have had to remove some soft furnishings where it is not practical to clean them in between each guest stay)
- BBQs, this includes portable ones for use on your yurt decking as well as our Finnish BBQ hut (Note charcoal is not included, but we do sell it onsite)
- BBQ hampers, we need as much notice as possible if you want want of our meat hampers, and at least 24 hours notice
- Logs (more of these last 4 items is available to purchase should you use all of the ones we provide, generally there is enough for the duration of your stay)
- Glasses (wine and water)
- Plastic cups for children
- Plastic ‘glasses’ for use in the hot tub
- Plates, bowls, cutlery
- Tea, coffee, sugar (milk will be provided for on your first morning in your breakfast hamper, some guests choose to bring additional milk)
- A selection of pots, pans and cooking utensils
- A tea towel
- Washing up liquid
- Scrubbing brushes for washing up
- Some outdoor furniture (you may wish to bring camping chairs too)
- Battery powered fairy lights
- A small bag of tea lights, and a few candle holders ( you are welcome to bring more or purchase extras from us)
- Charging lockers (padlock is not provided but can be borrowed from us with a £10 deposit, or you can bring your own)
- Reusable water bottles (please leave these behind after your stay)
- Shampoo, conditioner and shower gel
- Toilet roll
- Kitchen roll
- A breakfast hamper for your first morning
As you can see the list of what we provide is quite extensive, but there are still a few things you might want to consider bringing with you:
- Swimwear for the hot tub
- Warm clothes for the evening
- Warm clothes in winter
- Hot water bottle in winter
- Dressing gown
- Spare towel for the hot tub
- An umbrella for walking to and from the shower building in case of rain
- Any other food
- Marshmallows and skewers (although these are available to purchase onsite
- Travel first aid kit
Remember that each of our yurts is fully insulated and has a wood burning stove which makes them super warm, even in winter. But you may not be able to keep the fire going the entire night depending on what time you go to bed and if you decided to take advantage of having a lovely relaxing lie-in, so may want to consider bringing extra layers to sleep in during the winter months as well as a hot water bottle and a few extra blankets.
However once you get the fire going again in the morning the yurts heat up really quickly.
Hopefully these lists will help you to figure out what to expect and what you need to pack.