A truly magical 'glamping' experience in The Peak District offering back-to-nature living without compromising on comfort. There are comfy beds, warm duvets, cosy wood burning stoves and solar lighting.

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Rooms: Four yurts on site which can sleep up to 5
Price:

Yurts - Mid-week (Mon-Fri) £330, Weekend (Fri-Mon) £330, Full week (Fri- Fri, or Mon - Mon) £490

Meals: Self-catering
Open: 30th March - 1st November
Address: Long Valley Yurts - Knotlow Farm, Flagg, Buxton, The Peak District, Derbyshire , SK17 9QP
 

Why we've chosen Long Valley Yurts - The Peak District, Derbyshire

Long Valley Yurts were 'Place to Stay' award winners at the Westmoorland Gazette's Business & Tourism Awards 2011Long Valley Yurts were 'Place to Stay' award winners at the Westmoorland Gazette's Business & Tourism Awards 2011Sitting right in the heart of the Peak District National Park, Long Valley Yurts Knotlow Farm site is a hidden gem. Since April 2011 we have four Yurts available at this wonderful site. The site itself is a warm friendly family run campsite set within the tranquil and picturesque landscape of the Peak District National Park. A small peaceful site surrounded by over a hundred acres of farmland and well away from any main roads or traffic.

If it’s a holiday away from the usual or just a break with a difference the Knotlow Farm Yurts may be the answer.

Facilities on site:

* Toilets
* Hot showers 
* Family room
* Washing up area with hot water on tap 
* Full English farmhouse breakfasts available to order
* Authentic Italian Pizzas available to order
* Braziers for open fires available

How does Long Valley Yurts minimise its impact on the environment and contribute to a sense of place?

The Yurts are completely 'off grid'. They have attached a solar lighting system to each of the Yurts which provide all the lighting requirements and gas is provided in the form of propane cylinders for cooking. Heat is provided by wood burning stoves. All wood is sourced locally and from a sustainable source. The Yurts have no other energy requirements. Each of the Yurts are situated upon existing campsites.  Part of the property selection process for Long Valley Yurts was the availability of recycling facilities. They promote and encourage guests to use these through the guest welcome pack booklet supplied inside each Yurt. Guests are encouraged to arrive by public transport to minimise their impact on the Peak District’s natural environment and biodiversity.

Top Eco Features at Long Valley Yurts

 
  • A solar lighting system is attached to each of the yurts which provide all the lighting requirements

  • Heat is provided by wood burning stoves. All wood is sourced locally & from a sustainable source

  • Provides links to bus maps & info on travelling to, in & around all of our locations by bus on their website

  • Yurts are completely off-grid

  • Promotes & encourages recycling

  • Gas is provided in the form of propane cylinders to cook on

 

Location

Long Valley Yurts - The Peak District, Derbyshire
Nearest train station: Bakewell or Buxton

Directions from station:
By Rail - Matlock or Buxton are the closest railway links to the site. Call the National Rail Enquiries for latest up to date information: 08457 484950 By Bus - The nearest bus stop is in the village of Flagg approximately a 10 minute walk from the campsite. Flagg lies on bus routes 717 or 58. For timetable information telephone the traveline: 0871 200 2233.

Plan your journey by train

Buy rail tickets online and then collect them at any main station.
Bookings usually open 10-12 weeks before your date of travel.

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