Description of Dogwood Glamping
Reached down a leafy lane lined with Oak trees the yurt, at Dogwood Glamping near Rye in East Sussex, is a 20 foot diameter, felt-lined Ornate Turkmen built from Ash trees sourced from the Glyndebourne Forest and is of a strikingly beautiful construct.
It has a 6 foot roof wheel which is great for lighting during the day and on clear nights gives fine views of the stars; it is also possible to partially open up the roof.
There are barn owls, badgers and rabbits for company and the surroundings are usually alive with birdsong, with an amazing morning and dusk chorus.
Externally the yurt is surrounded by decking and is separated from our campsite in its own private space including a firepit and picnic table; there is parking very close by.
Internally the yurt is decorated in an eclectic but chiefly Tibetan style and is well equipped.
Secluded glamping in the heart of the East Sussex countryside, our Dogwood Yurt is situated in the High Weald Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty.
Here you have a rare chance to relax in lovely surroundings and a base from which to explore the areas fine beaches, ancient woodlands and rich, historic diversity.
We are close to Rye, Battle and Hastings and have two pubs serving good food within walking distance as well as a village shop 15 minutes walk from the site.
We are fortunate to be in a fantastic area for stargazing, wine tours, fishing, walking, riding rural light railways, beach visits and even kite surfing!
Ornate Turkman Yurt
- 1 Unit
- Sleeps: 2 Persons
- Toilets (Shared) , Showers (Shared)
- Towels(Yes) and Bedding(Yes)
- Self Catering
The yurt is a single circular room 20ft in diameter on decking and in its own enclosed space.
A large roof wheel provides excellent light during the day and allows for stargazing from bed at night; its perspex cover is removable if required making the yurt truly open to the skies.
There are two comfortable single beds with quality cotton bed linen provided. Lovely carpets to sit on and the yurt is decorated with a Tibetan theme.
- Shared Showers
- Shared Toilets
- Washing Up
- None, everything is private
What to bring?
- Basic Provisions
- Cooking Utensils