Further down the hill, The Willow Yurt is in its own little world of ash, rowan, willow and irises by the side of the burn. The yurt, which is technically a Mongolian Ger imported from Ulan Batur, is a work of art, with hand painted door, crown and poles. As the roof is lower and there is a central stove and wooden furniture made to fit, the yurt feels much more house-like than the tipis, particularly as it is built on its own deck with a large veranda. Below the yurt by the burn is a large fire pit with seating.
As with the tipis, cooking utensils, plates and cutlery are all provided, as well as a starter pack of firewood and kindling. For an extra £10 we will provide duvets and pillows for the double bed and bedding for the singles is an extra £5 each.