- Sleeps 6 (max 4 adults, 5 children)
- Cooking facilities
- Beds Provided
- Bed Linen Not Included
Cherry yurt is a traditional Mongolian yurt comfortably sleeping up to 6 occupants. Inside are two double daybeds and a double futon sofa. Each yurt is lined with sheep-wool felt so they are kept warm in the colder months.
The Owner Says
A traditional single 19ft yurt it is ideal for two couples sharing, a family or a group of friends. Inside are two double daybeds and a double futon sofa. This yurt sleeps a maximum of six people including children. The maximum number of adults in this yurt is four, but please call us to discuss if there are more.
What we provide:
- Gas lighters for the woodburners
- Toilet paper
- Hand wash
- Hand towels in the toilets
- Washing up liquid
- Tea towels
- Each yurt has a smoke detector, carbon-monoxide detector & fire extinguisher
- Wood for the camp fires outside
- Wood for the wood burners inside the yurts
- Fully equipped kitchen with four fridges, two cookers, pots, pans, plates, glasees, mugs, utensils etc.
About Strawberry Skys Yurts
Suitable ForGlamping only.
Food & DrinkLess than 2 miles away is the town of Llanfair Caereinion (2–3 mins in a car, or 30–40 min walk across the fields on public footpath). Easy to reach by car or you can also walk there along the lanes, or across the fields on the public footpath, for which directions are provided. The town is well served with 3 pubs, a wine bar, a butchers, a bakers, a petrol station, and a couple of convenience stores. The Goat (01938 810428) and Red Lion (01938 810341) serve food every day and the Black Lion (01938 810759) at weekends. Locals are very friendly, especially in the Black Lion where tired guests can frequently get a lift back to the site if they ask very very nicely. The Lion Hotel (01686 640452) in Berriew also does excellent food.
Strawberry Skys Yurts is located at Clyniarth Cottage, Cyfronydd, Powys SY21 9HB
Off the A458 follow the A458 out towards the coast, signposted Dolgellau/ Machynlleth, about 6 miles west of Welshpool, Powys. After 4 miles turn left onto the B4385, signposted Berriew. Take first right, signposted Llanfair Caereirion/Cwm Golau. Follow this road through a series of bends and you will see a cross-roads sign. Turn right onto a single-track lane, signposted ‘Cyfronyyd’. Drive past the house on the left, round the bend and over the rise. You will only see a farm gate with a small sign marked ‘Clyniarth Cottage’ when you arrive. Go through the gate and down the track until you see the yurts. Regular trains run from Birmingham, via Shrewsbury and then it’s a short taxi ride (about £10) from Welshpool.