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Each yurt/bell tent also has an oil barrel fire bin to snuggle round in the evenings and toast marshmallows whilst hugging your hot water bottles also supplied for the beds/futons that do not have electric blankets.
As a precaution we also provide fire safety equipment.
Books, games and tourist information can be found in the guests' lounge.
Electric fan heating keeps the Moroccan yurt nice and toasty as does the electric blanket on each of the main beds.
There are mains fairy lights and the bell tents and fairy light power by a large solar panel for the yurts.
Candles are provided but you need to bring some of you own lamps too to add to the atmospheric lighting provided and to use whist outside.
The yurts have thermal insulation in the walls and are more robust. The Bell Tents have an electric power socket for fan heaters, which we are providing, but generally snuggling up is still the order of the day!
There is a shared generator to service the yurts but this is for emergency use only should the weather be very cold.
It is sumptuously kitted in oranges, blues and greens, also with lush silk and satin fabrics, with carpeted flooring, twinkle candle and electric and solar lighting and two features two double beds and one double sofa beds plus four single futons to sleep 10 people.
Click on an area on the map to go direct to sites in that region.
If you know of a campsite which offers tents access that we have missed please let us know and we will add the details.
Some people prefer campsites which only cater for tenters, avoiding sites with touring caravans.
If you are one of those who prefer their camping to be caravan free, then below is a list of sites which only accept tents.
Crazy Cat Yurt and Zealous Zebra Yurts are new for 2016.