Les Abris is made up of two yurts and an outdoor kitchen with bathroom and compost
loo. You can either take just the Le Grand Abri which is the main yurt or if there
are three or four in your party then you can take the extra smaller yurt as well
(Le Petit Abri).
The Grand Abri has a natural /cream canvas cover and is light and airy inside. The
furnishings have been found and lovingly restored and revamped to provide a unique
living space – it’s certainly not just a bedroom. As well as a comfy double bed
with bed-side tables, there is a low two-seater sofa, an old chair, and an antique
chest functioning as a coffee table. There’s a pine chest of drawers and a tall
boy for your belongings and all this sits on a pine floor with rugs.
This year we have a new yurt, Le Petit Abri, tucked away under a few trees just round
the corner from the Grand Abri so that you can bring a friend or two and share the
kitchen, bathroom and toilet facilities. It is slightly smaller than the other one,
it has an olive coloured roof and natural cream walls. It is again constructed on
a pine platform, with similar furniture and furnishing to the other yurts. These
two yurts are positioned far enough away from each other to provide ample privacy
and you can’t see one yurt from the other – the kitchen and other facilities are
in between the two yurts. A supplement is charged for the use of Le Petit Abri.
Welcome “goodies” and optional extras
A bottle of locally produced wine and a homemade cake is provided to welcome you.
Each kitchen has its’ own small herb and salad garden so “yurties” can go ahead and
pick their own produce and even grab a hoe and potter if they feel the urge!!
A grocery pack can be supplied by prior arrangement
You can buy veggies (and sometimes fruit) from our garden, along with fresh free
Breakfast is an optional extra
Honeymooners’ package - £40: Champagne, Flowers, Chocolates and the odd surprise