Top 4 Yurts In Nottinghamshire, UK - Updated 2024

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If the name ‘Nottingham’ rings a bell, it’s probably because you’re familiar with the story of Robin Hood, the Englishman who robbed the rich to give to the poor. Sherwood Forest, where Robin is reputed to have done his good (or bad, depending on your point of view) deeds, is a popular attraction in Nottinghamshire. The destination appeals to a wide range of ages and budgets with its offerings, which include Michelin-starred fine dining, free admissions to museums, country parks and heritage attractions. Why not round off the experience with a stay in unique accommodation, such as a yurt? If you plan to explore this magnificent county, check out our list of top yurts in Nottinghamshire, UK.

We handpicked these listings carefully, considering (wherever possible) Superhost status, recent guest reviews, location, accommodation type, prices, availability of dates, decor, and amenities. The image galleries get refreshed with the latest updates regularly. They were last updated on April 02, 2024.

1. Meadow Vale Retreats, Screveton (from USD 138)

If you’re on a self-drive holiday, you’ll appreciate the free parking that comes with this property. Located 22 km (14 mi) from Nottingham, Meadow Vale Retreats offers four tents that can sleep between two and four people. Each tent is self-contained, so you’ll have your own entrance plus everything you need for a comfortable stay.

The tents are set within a meadow, which means that you’ll wake up to a beautiful view of the countryside each morning. Around a 30-minute drive away is Nottingham city centre, where you can enjoy fine dining, shopping or visiting art galleries and museums.

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Meadow Vale Retreats

Address: Meadow Vale Hawksworth Road

Parking Garden Non-smoking rooms Free parking BBQ facilities Heating Non-smoking throughout Sun terrace

Other glamping accommodations in Nottinghamshire, UK

2. DiVine, Hucknall (from USD 113)

If you’re travelling alone or with a friend, this dome may be just what you need. Offering a beautiful, forested view, DiVine is located in a peaceful area outside Hucknall. The facilities inside the dome include a double bed, heating, lighting and electrical points. You’ll also have access to the shower and toilet, 30 m (98 ft) away from the dome. This is perfect if you’re looking to rough it out a little in such pretty surroundings.

The rental also offers free parking. You can roam around Hucknall since it’s just a five-minute drive from the property. In this town, you’ll find a great mix of restaurants, bars and shops. There are supermarkets too, where you can get supplies to spend a day picnicking in one of the surrounding fields or have a barbecue by DiVine’s firepit at night.

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Nottinghamshire, England, United Kingdom
267 reviews   Superhost Wifi Available
Dome 1 Bed 2 Guests 1 Bedroom 1 Bathroom

Accommodates: 2

Top guest reviews
Amenities & Room:
the views are stunning the dome was beautiful clean and comfortable
everything was really clean the facilities were great
really clean however bed was a little hard for us
the dome was comfortably warm and clean lovely shower/toilet area accessible part of the owners home
the dome was utterly beautiful the views the cleanliness the little touches and the location was perfect
hosts were really accommodating and friendly
thank you for hosting us
fantastic host everything exactly as described
nina was an amazing host
the dome is easy to find the hosts are very helpful and the experience is a must
great location and lovely dome on the edge of the countryside
beautiful location peaceful and a perfect getaway
absolutely beautiful place to get away to
nice walks nearby to the woods
a wonderful place to stay; quiet and secluded yet in close proximity to nottingham
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3. Bell Tent Village, Nottingham (from USD 1998)

Sporty types will appreciate this tented camp, located at the Holme Pierrepont Country Park campsite. There’s a cricket ground, water sports centre and cycling trails nearby. For those who are into power walking, you can roam around the garden in the area. If your group is large, you may opt for the Large Deluxe Tent that can accommodate up to 16 guests. Otherwise, a choice of two other tents that can sleep up to four or five guests is also available. The tents have sleeping and relaxing areas, while the shower and toilet are nearby.

If sports aren’t your cup of tea, you can opt for a 20-minute drive to Nottingham to explore historic sites such as Nottingham Castle.

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Bell Tent Village

Address: Adbolton Lane

Parking Fitness centre Garden Non-smoking rooms Family rooms Free parking Canoeing Cycling

4. The White Dove, Coddington (from USD 170)

When you arrive at this rental, you’ll be greeted by either Sheila, the proprietor, or a member of her three-person team, setting the tone for what promises to be a hospitable stay. You’ll be shown around the property, a highlight of which is sure to be each bell tent’s hot tub. There are two tents to choose from, and both have everything you need for a comfortable stay, including a fully equipped kitchenette and fire pit.

The town of Newark is a 10-minute drive away. Wednesdays and Saturdays are market days, which means you can shop for locally made items. There are also boutiques to browse, Newark Castle to explore and a riverside where you can stroll along.

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The White Dove bed and breakfast with Bell Tents and Private Hot Tubs

Wifi Available

Address: 8 Drove Lane

Parking Garden Terrace Non-smoking rooms Family rooms Games room Free parking Internet services

Enjoy the countryside around Nottinghamshire

Take a selfie with Robin Hood, drink a pint at one of England’s oldest inns and travel back in the past to Nottingham Castle. Whether you’re exploring Nottinghamshire alone, with a special someone or in a large group, there are lots to see and do in this county. So check out our selection of Nottinghamshire’s top yurts and enjoy your holiday.

Any must-sees we missed? Tell us about them in the comments section or write a post here to help out fellow travelers!
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Jacqueline has been a journalist for just over three decades and has spent about half that time writing and editing travel features. She got bitten by the travel bug on her first real holiday...Read more

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