The Curlew yurt

UK England North West England Cumbria Carlisle Hadrian's Wall Country Yurts

  • Sleeps 4 (max 2 adults, 2 children)
  • Cooking facilities
  • Beds Provided
  • Bed Linen Provided
  • Towels Provided
  • Private Hot Tub
  • Private Bathroom
  • Pet Friendly
The Curlew yurt is a cosy retreat for two adults (and two children), boosting wonderful views of the Northern Lake District and Northern Pennines, which you can enjoy from the comfort of your own wood-fired hot tub or private fire pit area.

The Owner Says

The Curlew Yurt includes;
  • Wood Fired Hot Tub
  • Private Fire Pit/BBQ
  • Picnic table and outside chairs
  • Double Bed (plus two single children's beds on request)
  • Crisp fresh bed sheets and towels
  • Small kitchen with one ring gas burner
  • 55l Cool Box
  • Wood burner for cosy nights in (first fire laid)
  • Logs, kindling and firelighters
  • Private Washroom / compost toilet
  • Hot Shower facilities
  • Washing up facilities
  • Free fresh hen eggs
This yurt is dog friendly (up to 2 well behaved dogs).  Please let us know at the time of booking if you plan to bring your pet(s) by selecting the 'Dog cleaning Extra' (charged at £15 per dog per stay).

About Hadrian's Wall Country Yurts

Suitable For

Glampers, families, couples, dogs – yes. Campers, campervans, motorhomes, caravans – no.

Nearby

You can explore three paddocks and visit the chicken to collect their eggs. The main attraction is Hadrian’s Wall, of course, which is just over a mile from site. It’s a walk of about 20 minutes to join Hadrian’s Wall Path, the national trail that runs the length of the wall. A great place to find out more about it is at Birdoswald Roman Fort (five miles away). Gelt Woods, and the Geltsdale RSPB nature reserve (01697 746717), are seven miles away. Historic Carlisle, its castle (01228 591922), and the Cumbria Museum of Military Life are 13 miles away. Some of the best mountain biking in the UK can be found at the 7stanes trail locations just north of the border, the closest is Newcastleton just over 20 miles from site. The North Pennines Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty, Northumberland National Park, and the northern edge of the Lake District are all within driving distance (six, 10, and 30 miles from site, respectively).

Food & Drink

Glampers can benefit from country life with fresh and free eggs from the site’s chickens and there are bacon, sausages, and burgers for sale too. The nearest watering hole is at The Old Vicarage Brewery in Walton Village, three miles away which serves its own ales (and a host of other drinks too) on a Friday or Saturday night. Alternatively, you can get cocktails delivered from the Lakes Horsebox Bar (07500 442833). Brampton (seven miles away) has a great chip shop (07486 953552) and is a good place to pick up supplies as it has a Co-op and a selection of independent shops. For a meal out, Ian and Caroline recommend the Duke of Cumberland (01228 670341) or, for a special occasion, the Penton Bridge Inn (01228 586636).

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★★★★★

Quiet dog friendly yurt, perfect for couples holiday

Fantastic dog friendly yurt in a very quiet spot. Fantastic hiking links to Hadrian's wall. Perfect for a couple's break away. Caroline couldn't do enough for us. Every little detail was taken care of, including fires set up ready for the yurt and the hot tub. Very friendly. Would definitely recommend for anyone wanting to get away from busy life.

Response from Hadrian's Wall Country Yurts

Thank you so much for your review.  We are delighted that you enjoyed your stay in the yurts.  Thanks again.  Caroline and Ian
★★★★★

Beautiful with attention to detail

What an amazing place! The yurts are beautiful and a great private spot with loads of space to enjoy! Our 4 year old loved all the animals and being able to get up close and collect her own eggs! We will definitely be back!

Location

Hadrian's Wall Country Yurts is located at Burthinghurst, Walton, Brampton, Cumbria CA8 2JW

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Getting There

Approaching from the West

From the M6 (Carlisle) exit at junction 43 on to the A69 towards Hexham. After about six miles you reach the Brampton Roundabout; take the third exit on to the Brampton Bypass. After a further two miles, turn left (A6071), following signs for Lanercost Priory and Hadrian’s Wall.  **Approximately 300 metres later, turn right on to Turning Course Lonning and then right again on to The Swartle. After a mile-and-a-half you will pass Lanercost Priory. Continue straight on for a mile or so before turning left shortly after entering Banks and climbing up the hill.  Continue along the lane until you see a turning on the left signed Burtholme and Walton; take this road. Hadrian’s Wall Country Yurts is 300m on the left.

Approaching from the East

From the A69 take the A6071 approximately 2 miles east of Brampton,  following signs for Lanercost Priory and Hadrian’s Wall.  Follow the directions above (Approaching from the West) from the **.

The closest train station is just outside Brampton, seven miles from site. It’s also where buses from Newcastle and Carlisle stop. If you are walking or cycling the Hadrian’s Wall Path, our glamping site is a mile off the route.