Looking to offer something unique for campers? Set up your own luxury yurt hotel and give people a special experience they will never forget!

 

Our luxury yurts can easily be equipped with many of the things you would expect to find in a hotel room, such as heating and electricity, so people who would not ordinarily be attracted to camping would enjoy staying in a yurt.

 

The warmth inside a yurt is thanks to the wood-burning stove that can be lit inside. The chimney removes any smoke from the top of the yurt.

Being heated in this way, they can provide comfortable accommodation even in cooler months, something that an ordinary tent just can’t do!

 

Yurts provide an enchanting environment where children and adults alike can let their imagination run. It is this kind of experience that people tell their friends about, and what keeps them coming back year after year.

 

Yurt Village

''...Marcin and his team of talented Yurt makers have produced for us 3 stunning Yurts, the attention to detail is second to none!

Marcin's communication skills have been exceptional every step of the way.

I would recommend Marcin and his Majestic Canvas company highly.

Thanks for making our Yurt journey a fantastic adventure...''

 

Sharon & Phil Mullock

 

The Little Yurt Meadow

We are the only company in the UK who offer 24 colour options for the yurt woodwork, plus you also have the option to have the canvas hand painted or HD printed with your choice of designs or motifs, making your luxury yurt hotel even more awe inspiring and unique.

Yurts are not permanent structures and are easy to put up. They are the ideal portable solution to low impact and environmentally friendly accommodation that is great for festivals and ‘glamping’. They are stunning to look at and help create a relaxed, easy atmosphere that is enjoyed by all.

Majestic Canvas Studio

Majestic Canvas Studio

 

Shropshire Star

PUBLISHED: July 15, 2014 18:59

Yurts may be ideal spot for Shropshire glampers 

 

Camping never used to be like this.

The dripping roof, the bumpy floor, the three layers of clothes to keep you warm, they are trials of open air living that generations of campers have been brought up on.

Enter the yurt, the latest entry into the increasingly crowded world of glamping.

A new venture in Bronington near Whitchurch is hoping for a slice of the glamping market.

It has set up tents that boast fluffy pillows, warm duvet, heating and wooden flooring with a sheepskin rug. There are even wooden drawers for your smalls - and there is no midnight dash to a campsite toilet block as each yurt has its own loo.

The Little Yurt Meadow claims to offer holidaymakers a taste of Central Asia deep in the heart of the local landscape.

Sharon Mullock, who came up with the initiative, said: "About 18 months ago we had a wedding here but there were no available places for the family when they came to stay.

 

"I thought we have all this land and may as well do something with it.

 

"I was reading landscape magazines and thought about different things like yurts and teepees.

 

"I thought let's do it and found it was easier to buy three than one.

 

"My husband did all the building work and we had a group of friends help put them up. It was great fun."

 

Sharon said that, with a little marketing, bookings started flying in, such is the demand for the yurts.

 

She said: "We officially opened on June 1 and are already near enough booked up for August.

 

"Our lined yurts, with their wood burning stoves, are warm and cosy whatever the weather.

 

"A comfortable large bed and beautiful furniture create a relaxing and luxurious holiday home.

 

"The Little Yurt Meadow is all about peace and quiet, just the sound of the fresh air, the birds and occasionally a bit of mooing from the adjacent farm.

"I think the AA is also going to feature us on its website, which will be another boost."

 

Yurts, which are large, round tent with vertical walls and conical roofs usually associated with Central Asia and Mongolia, offer all the mod cons tourists would like.

 

They are entirely self-contained with private toilet, washing and cooking facilities.

 

The rise in glamping has seen a number of farms and campsites invest in luxury accommodation on their sites.

 

One Bridgnorth businessman has designed an ecologically friendly pine hut which can be delivered to festival sites flat-packed that take 20 minutes to set up.

Little Yurt meadow