Sumptuous accommodation for two in an authentic Mongolian yurt, set in the grounds of a chapel on the edge of the Lincolnshire Wolds.
Delightful Mongolian Yurt set in the grounds of Deepdale Chapel, in the small hamlet of Deepdale on the edge of the beautiful Lincolnshire Wolds.
Please note we are only open May to September.
The glamping accommodation includes king size bed, modern well equipped cabin, latest eco toilet, large shower, kitchen and dining space.
Hosts, Cath and Dave have lived and worked here for many years.
Cath runs pottery courses from her studio and Dave has a well established bespoke furniture and joinery manufacturing business.
A very friendly Welsh Border Collie, called Jess also lives on site.
The yurt has a private small garden equipped with a barbecue and Indian Kadai Fire Bowl.
There is a delightful Garden Centre with a great cafe 5 minute’s walk away. Art galleries, museums, historic sites, local walks, restaurants and the Humber Bridge are all within easy reach.
Route 1 of the Sustains National Cycle Network passes the door.
Purpose made wooden cabin with modern kitchen facilities and large shower. Decking area with outdoor seating and Indian Kadai firebowl with barbecue.
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The owner has not provided any further info about their pricing, please contact them or visit their website for more details.
See website yurtatthechapel.co.uk
The information and photos in this listing were supplied by Catherine Farrell, the owner/manager of Yurt at the Chapel.
Yurt at the Chapel has been advertising on Go Glamping since May 18, 2018
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1 unit. Each unit sleeps 2
Minimum stay - 2 nights
Delightful Mongolian Yurt, for two people, set in the grounds of Deepdale Chapel, circa 1878, in the small hamlet of Deepdale, on the edge of the beautiful Lincolnshire Wolds.
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