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We just want to say what a brilliant time we have had at Lincoln Yurts. The owners Cath and Darren are perfect, caring about and looking after every one really well. The individual bathroom for each Yurt enhances the camping experience to a luxurious level....More
Came back for the forth year running stayed in the French Yurt beautiful place just to chill and relax, Darren and Katherine have also updated the bathrooms which are out of this world each Yurt has their own private shower / steam room and no...More
I can't really add anything that hasn't been said before. Darren & Kath are perfect hosts and our stay was excellent. We stayed in the Mongolian yurt with our two daughters and they loved it. Will recommend to family & friends and definitely go back.
We spent 2 nights in our gothic yurt and we had a ball. The yurt is exceptionally comfortable; the bed is so comfortable and the linen smells so fresh and clean. Indeed, the level of cleanliness is second to none throughout the site, including the...More
We booked the Mongolian yurt with our two boys (aged 11 & 12), as soon as we opened the door to the yurt it was a 'wow' from all of us. Darren had lit the log burner and all the candles which made it look...More
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US$115 - US$182 (Based on Average Rates for a Standard Room)
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Yes it is, and if you put in one too many logs, too warm on a hot summers night! The quilts do a good job of keeping out the cold and the wood burners give out at least 4kw and maybe upto 7kw. Darren or Cath would be on hand... More
Yes it is, and if you put in one too many logs, too warm on a hot summers night! The quilts do a good job of keeping out the cold and the wood burners give out at least 4kw and maybe upto 7kw. Darren or Cath would be on hand if you aren't used to loading them.