Pilton Yurt Camps- Trilodge for 3 (6 at Pilton Yurt Camps)
The Owner Says
The Trilodge for three provides you with your own cosy space to enjoy the serenity that comes with being in the countryside.
Fully furnished with an outdoor fire bowl so you can stay warm whilst taking in the mesmerising night skies.
Fitted with handwoven rugs, low rosewood tables, sheepskins, chairs, lanterns. One double & two single beds and bedding are provided. Shared bathroom & kitchen facilities, including a hot shower, tea making station and a shared fridge.
About Pilton Yurt Camps
Suitable ForGlamping – yes. Camping in your own tent, campervan or caravan – no. Dogs are not permitted at this site.
Cast your net within a 15–20 minutes’ drive radius of Pilton and there really is a wealth of options. To the west, Glastonbury and a climb up Glasontbury Tor, to the north the diminutive city of Wells, home to the Medieval Bishops Palace (01749 988111) and a grand cathedral (01749 674483), and, just beyond, the Mendip Hills AONB and Wookey Hole. To the east is Kilver Court Gardens and 14th-century Nunney Castle (0370 333 1181), now cared for by English Heritage, and, to the south, is the foodie and artsy town of Bruton. If you’re willing to travel further still there’s also family-favourite Longleat Safari Park, and that’s still comfortably within half an hour.
Food & Drink
It's around 10 minutes to the Prestleigh Inn at Shepton (01749830179), a relaxed local pub serving real ales that you can enjoy inside or out front in their outdoor seating space. Wells is just over 15 minutes away and has lots of nice restaurants and pubs to choose from. You might recognise The Crown (01749673457) from the film Hot Fuzz but it's featured in a lot more stories than that, dating back to the 15th century, the relaxed pub, with exposed brick and beams, has a bar and restaurant area with terrace seating. The White Hart (01749672056) is another top option, managed by a Michelin-star chef in a quintessential English pub setting.
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Pilton Yurt Camps is located at Pilton Yurt Camps, Keinton Farm, East Town Lane, Pilton, Somerset BA4 4NX
If you’re coming from the north, turn left off the A361 at Top Street into Pilton. From Pilton, take East Town Lane and continue for one mile. 100 metres after a tight right bend in the road you'll see the entrance to Pilton Yurts on the right. Continue on into the field, keeping the house on your left.
Castle Cary has the nearest railway station (seven miles), then buses run to Pilton village but that's still a good mile and a half from the actual yurt site, so taking a cab is often the best option.