The Bentwood yurt, or 'oba' as it is called in its native region of Kazakhstan and Uzbekistan, has a wonderful sense of 'space'. It has been built on a platform, giving it an elevation which allows a fine view, and is located on the fringes of a mixed woodland.
The wooden frame for the Bentwood yurt is made of oak, the covering is made from canvas and it has a marquee lining on the inside which softens the interior of the yurt. giving it a warm and homely feeling. The wood flooring is made from locally sourced larch trees.
Inside the Bentwood Yurt
The Bentwood yurt has a cast iron wood stove which gives out plenty of heat, even in the depths of winter, and is furnished with four pine beds - two singles and a double. Comfortable mattresses, covers and pillows are supplied, together with a chest full of blankets if its get a little cold. There are also shelves, a low table and a two ringed calor gas burner and cooking equipment. Soft lighting, sheepskins, rugs and cushions create a comfortable and superb place to relax and unwind from the chaos that is the world today!
Outside the yurt there is a campfire area, wooden benches and a picnic bench.