Yurt prices & availability

Yurt prices 2016

*Yurt prices are per yurt, not per person, for guests bringing their own sheets and towels. If you want to use the sheets and towels here, there will be a charge of €20 per person, to cover the costs of laundry locally. A cleaning deposit of €40 will also be payable on arrival, returnable when you leave the place looking just as beautiful.

This is the last year for écovallée as a campsite. To help make it a truly epic summer, yurt prices have been dramatically reduced and the season extended to the end of October. And there is still availability. So, if you want the écovallée experience, get in touch today!

Three dreamy yurts

There are only three guest yurts in the whole of écovallée (not counting the Play Yurt).

Mustardseed and Peaseblossom are 18-foot coppiced chestnut yurts sleeping up to four in one double bed and two single beds. There’s plenty of room for a travel cot, which can be provided at no extra charge, to save on packing.

Puck is a 12-foot coppiced ash yurt for solo travellers, couples or small families, with one double bed and room for a travel cot or Moses basket, if required.

Off-grid with Wi-Fi

Shared facilities include the solar shower, compost toilet and fridge-freezer powered by 100% renewable energy. The yurt camp is off grid, although Wi-Fi, electricity, a bath and flushing toilet are available at Reception at no extra charge.

Welcome Picnic

If you would like a Welcome Picnic of fresh baguette(s), cheese, salami, pâté (for meat eaters), and a home-made tart on arrival, washed down with a bottle of good local wine, please mention it at the time of booking. The Picnic costs €25 and lasts more than one day.

Vallée rules

No campfires. We live in a highly flammable environment. Open fires are banned by the authorities for the whole summer – and in a country with no apparent regard for Health and Safety, they must have Very Good Reasons for doing this. (This is also why the only barbecue allowed is the one in the kitchen area, which runs on gas.)

No loud music. This may seem harsh, but we have neighbours and young children, and neighbours with young children, and sound travels a long way in the countryside – especially at night. If you want to appreciate some excellent music that can only be heard with the volume turned up to 11, please pack some earphones.