Adhurst Yurts are recommended by Sawdays, The Telegraph, The Week and Hampshire Life. The four yurts and one canvas cabin are tucked within one hundred acres of ancient woodland above the banks of the River Rother and are well away from any roads. Adhurst provide stylish, healthy and ecologically-conscious holidays for everyone from family reunions to romantic couples to holidaying pets, foodies and nature enthusiasts. Honeymoons in Willow are very popular. Willow, Rother and Coppicer’s are private encampments with their own safari kitchens. Birch Yurt and Chestnut Yurt are ideal for friends sharing.
A stay at Adhurst includes walks in 100 acres of private woodland. The award-winning pub, The Harrow, along with The Queen’s Head and The Half Moon are within walking distance of the yurts, as is the pick-your-own fruit and veg at Durleighmarsh Farm. Their visiting fishmonger will provide anything from dressed crab to seafood kebabs for your bbq. They also have a tea-room. If walks, tennis or picnics by the river fail to satisfy please click on our ‘Fun’ tab above! Children are very welcome and we provide two additional camp beds in each yurt. Just bring sleeping bags for the children. Dogs are also welcome by prior request.
When you arrive you will find your yurt stocked with chopped wood for the log burner. Your double bed is made up with duvets, large comfy pillows and wool blankets. Solar fairy lights twinkle at night to guide you after dusk and solar reading lamps are on your bedside tables. Adhurst Yurts are a car-free, off-grid zone. Even our hoover is hand powered! Running water is provided and there is a gas-heated open-air shower under canopy of trees. Gas is also provided for the two burner cooking ‘hob’. The wc is ‘long-drop’ compost type so no chemicals or noisy flush – just as nature intended. In short, Adhurst camping is proper camping for those who really want to get back to nature – with camp fire and plenty of creature comforts.
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