Kite Hill Yurts in Wales, Wales
£ 71.50 - £ 100.00 per night
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Kite Hill Yurts in Wales Eco Friendly Luxury Campsite for romantic breaks in Builth Wells, Powys, Wales
Beautiful hillside yurts in the Welsh Borders. Enjoy the luxury of our small, two-yurts site, surrounded by some of the most beautiful views in Britain.
Kite Hill Yurts is set on a hillside in Powys with magnificent views of the Black Mountains and surrounding countryside.
Hovering above the Wye Valley, situated on the long distance Wye Valley Walk and adjoining a 5000 acre moorland it is the perfect getaway for walkers, wildlife enthusiasts and those who enjoy the great outdoors.
Our traditional Mongolian yurts are situated in a hay meadow on our 11 acre smallholding.
Each yurt sleeps up to 4/5 people so is ideal for individuals, couples or small families although we do take ‘chilled out’ adult groups if both yurts are booked.
Our yurts, Skylark and Curlew are both traditional Mongolian yurts lined with a felt layer for extra cosiness. They are about 19 foot in diameter and sleep up to four people each, giving you room to spread out. If you are a family of five and wish to stay with us an extra bed can be provided.
Each yurt has a double bed made of reclaimed oak and a day bed with a pull out trundle. Comfy armchairs allow you to relax and enjoy the warmth of the wood burning stoves, whilst bathed in the glow of tea lights.
Outside, each yurt has its own deck with a picnic table and barbecue from which you can enjoy the stunning view towards the Black Mountains. Each yurt also has its own compost loo close by and a kitchenette.
The facilities are housed in ‘The Cabin’, a beautifully designed timber framed building made from locally sourced wood. It is situated amongst trees at the edge of the yurt field.
The yurts and facilities have been designed with luxury in mind while still giving you the wonderful feeling of being in the great outdoors.
Within easy travelling distance of the market towns of Builth Wells, Hay-on-Wye,Llandrindod Wells, Brecon and the Brecon Beacons National Park there is plenty to see and do in the surrounding area. Canoeing, mountain biking, horseriding, wild swimming and clay-pigeon shooting are just a few of the activities on offer in the area.
Whichever direction you choose to strike out in you can be assured it will be the scenic route!
- 2 Yurts – book both and get a 10% discount to have the whole site to yourselves
- Comfy double bed, day bed with trundle and arm chairs
- Pillows, sheets, blankets and cushions provided
- Wood-burning stove and campfire
- Enclosed kitchenette
- Gas hob, crockery, utensils & BBQ
- Private indoor & outdoor dining areas
- Compost loo
Shared bespoke timber framed luxury facilities include:
- Large heated shower room with hair dryer
- The Map Room; includes washing up area, seating corner, combi-oven, large Ordnance Survey map, books & games
- Truly amazing views directly from the yurts
- Immediately next to the Wye Valley Walk as well as a 5000 acre moorland; a walker’s paradis
- Uphill scenic picnic area
Please contact the owner to check availability.
Please contact the owner directly by phone.
Facilities and Features
Ground Floor Bathroom
Open Fire, Wood Burning Stove
Fridge, Grill, Microwave, Oven
- Outside Area:
Barbecue, Outside Seating, Patio \ Outside Dining Area, Private Parking
- Price Included:
Fuel For Fires
Cots Available, Extra Beds Available, Highchairs Available
- Suitable For:
Eco-Friendly, Romantic getaways, Short Breaks, Special Occasions
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Location Details and Things to Do
About Builth Wells and PowysWithin easy travelling distance of the market towns of Builth Wells, Hay-on-Wye, Llandrindod Wells, Brecon and the Brecon Beacons National Park there is plenty to see and do in the surrounding area.
This Campsite in Powys is in or close to:
- Mid Wales
- The Brecon Beacons
- Welsh Border
- Wye Valley and Vale of Usk
This Campsite in Builth Wells, Wales:
- has many local attractions and things to do
- ideal for Adventure Holidays
- has tennis available nearby or onsite
- has equestrian and horse riding available nearby
- has fishing available on site or nearby
- has Golf courses nearby
- has sailing and other watersports available nearby
- is in a good location for cycling and mountain biking
- is in a good location for walking and climbing
- a car is advised
- is in a rural location
- has access to a swimming pool
- has great local bird and wildlife
- is close to mountains and hills
Recommended Things to Do
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Brecon Beacons National Park Visitor Centre
Monmouthshire and Brecon Canal
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St Fagans Natural History Museum
King Arthur's Labyrinth and the Bards' Quest maze
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Oriel Myrddin Gallery
Welsh Wildlife Centre
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