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Yorkshire glamping site Acorn Glade is a grown-ups only romantic retreat, located between York & Beverley and set within a beautiful lake-side setting offering yurts, log cabin, gypsy wagon and fishing.
At our award-winning glamping site, there are no pets (no dogs) or children and it's even a wi-fi free zone. So bring a good book, a pack of cards or a board game an open mind and a sense of adventure.
Our compact glamping site on the fringes of the Vale of York and the Yorkshire Wolds includes Rose Gypsy Wagon, Bluebell Log Cabin, plus Poppy Yurt & Daisy Yurt. Acorn Glade is set in three acres of wild flower meadow and woodland. It is a designated Local Wildlife Site (LWS), with a private still-water fishing lake, which can be used exclusively by guests.
The accommodation is ideal for couples (or singletons) and offers a haven of back-to-basics bliss away from the stresses of modern day life. The emphasis is on comfortable off-grid eco living, a sort of camping in style ('glamorous’ or ‘glorified camping'). It is like your own personal hotel room, but with an outdoorsy feel.
For your comfort, the yurts and log cabin have a real double or king size bed, duvets, pillows and bedding with wood burning stoves. The 100 year old Gypsy Wagon has an authentic coal burning stove and a quirky 4ft double bed. For this unique accommodation you have the option of bringing your own bed linen or hiring them from us.
Our communal kitchen is equipped with gas hob, microwave and fridge together with all the pans, crockery and cutlery that you’ll need.
Guests are encouraged to relax, enjoy the peace and tranquillity; to explore their natural surroundings, before slipping into comfy beds in either the charming yurts, cosy Gypsy wagon or well-equipped snug log cabin.
Just imagine, sitting outside your yurt, Gypsy wagon or log cabin with a glass of wine in the evening sunshine, watching and listening to the wildlife, then later perhaps a bit of star-gazing gathered around the fire-pit.