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We came to Hidden Valley feeling stressed and ruffled and left completely the opposite, I was only sad we couldn't stay longer! We were lucky enough to be sharing the site with only two other couples, so it was blissfully quiet for the week we stayed, but I imagine its full of life and noise (in a good way!) when children are there- there is just so much for them to do- streams to paddle in, alpacas to watch, dams to build,places to explore.
The kitchen area is wonderfully equipped and has a lovely communal feel to it- I will never forget sitting in the sunshine one afternoon on the swing chair on the veranda eating an ice cream and listening to the birds.
There are two bathrooms and toilets, which is useful when its a bit busierand plenty of places to sit and eat, including a huge long communal table under an awning in the glade.
Possibly our favourite thing was the wood burning pizza oven however- I don't think I've ever had a tastier meal! (and we got it heated in record time, which we were rather pleased by!)
The yurts themselves are cosy and beautifully decorated and the one we stayed in (5) had its own balcony and seating area, which was the most gorgeous place to eat breakfast. They even allowed us to have a tesco delivery sent to the site and brought it down to the kitchen for us on the quad before we arrived! The area has loads to see and do and we definitely plan to return.
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