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The Barn Fron Uchaf, Weston Rhyn, Oswestry SY10 7NQ England
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#6 of 13 Speciality lodging in Oswestry
Offas Dyke Yurts is located just five miles from the small market town of Oswestry, North Shropshire, and 40 minutes drive from the historic towns of Shrewsbury and Chester. Nestled on the side of a hill and within a private garden, the yurts overlook a breathtaking panoramic view of the Shropshire plain and the distant Stretton Hills. If you are looking for a relaxing and memorable family holiday, romantic retreat or getaway with friends, this is for you. Our yurts are self-contained with private toilet, washing and cooking facilities. Guests can take advantage of the marvelous surrounding walking country, with day hikes for enthusiasts or short strolls to watch the badgers in the neighbouring field. Children can play safely in the fenced garden, on the trampoline and swings or in the sandpit.
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Andrew N wrote a review Jul 2021
Llandudno, United Kingdom31 contributions11 helpful votes
We arrived a week ago for a 2 night stay. There were 3 of us, including a 13 year old boy. We were greeted by Jo and her dog Bonnie. My son loved playing with the dog, a bit of a difference from screen time. The yurt was perfectly clean, well equiped and comfortable. We had everything we needed, including a flushing loo and a hot shower. There's even a little fridge for your perishables. Unforetunately for us we had pretty solid rain the whole time we were there, but it didn't dampen our spirits. We had a great day out in Shrewsbury as well as lunches and dinners, all of which were very good> A great break!
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Date of stay: July 2021
Paul H wrote a review Jul 2021
Leeds, United Kingdom3 contributions3 helpful votes
What a great place to relax and unwind, everything you need to get away from the 21st Century, the views are fantastic, it's very peaceful, but also close to everything you need. We stayed two nights ... the doors were never shut and felt at one with the world.
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Date of stay: July 2021Trip type: Travelled as a couple
Traveleyes wrote a review Sep 2018
Derbyshire, United Kingdom107 contributions91 helpful votes
Ditch the tv and social media and book yourself into this magical place. We enjoyed our mini break so much and returned feeling calm and cleansed. The yurt is extremely spacious with a well equipped kitchen area, comfy beds and a view to die for! With it’s own loo and shower it’s an ideal place to dip your toe into the glamping experience. Watch the stars from the spacious decking and then relax in the cosy yurt and listen to the soothing rainfall. Super friendly and helpful hosts who provided a lovely warm welcome. The yurt is ideally situated for exploring the beautiful Shropshire countryside and the pretty welsh towns close by. Close to some of the most unspoilt canals in the UK you won’t be disappointed. We would love to return and would definitely recommend.
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Date of stay: August 2018Trip type: Travelled with family
Andz234 wrote a review Jun 2018
Blackpool, United Kingdom28 contributions6 helpful votes
We’ve just returned from our visit to Offa’s Dyke Yurts, we stayed for 3 nights with our little dog. We had a fantastic time, the views are amazing and the yurt is situated to the back of the property so it’s nice and quiet! With the dog, we had a wonderful time exploring the land, stopping off at the swings at the children’s play area. We spent time walking Offa’s Dyke path taking in the scenery and the countryside, went walking along the canal (a short drive from the yurts) and visited Oswestry town centre. We had a great time, if your looking for something different and some peace and quiet this is definitely the place to be!
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Date of stay: June 2018Trip type: Travelled as a couple
StumenJangs wrote a review May 2018
Worldwide14 contributions7 helpful votes
Book it, book it now! This place is fantastic. All the benefits of camping with the convenience of home. Wife and I stayed for 2 relaxing nights and took our 2 golden retrievers. We all loved waking up to the beautiful views and the sounds of bleating sheep and chirping birds, and the dogs loved running around the garden with the owner Tom's dog Jasper. The yurts are well insulated but the wood burner really makes it cosy once the cold of night kicks in. Great place to toast some marshmallows. You have Llangollen and Chirk close by, as well as Offas Dyke path if you fancy a long walk. This is really a great place to spend a few days away from it all. We will be back and would absolutely recommend to friends.
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Date of stay: May 2018Trip type: Travelled as a couple
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Frequently Asked Questions about Offas Dyke Yurts
Which popular attractions are close to Offas Dyke Yurts?
Nearby attractions include Pontcysyllte Aqueduct (5.9 km), Plas Newydd Historic House and Gardens (7.4 km), and Chirk Aqueduct (2.3 km).
What are some restaurants close to Offas Dyke Yurts?
Conveniently located restaurants include House of Wingz, Sebastians Restaurant, and The Old Coffee Pot.
Are pets allowed at Offas Dyke Yurts?
Yes, pets are typically allowed, but it's always best to call ahead to confirm.
Are there any historical sites close to Offas Dyke Yurts?
Many travellers enjoy visiting Plas Newydd Historic House and Gardens (7.4 km), Llangollen Bridge (8.0 km), and Chirk Railway Viaduct (2.4 km).