Kinton Cloud House

Yurt for 2 from £85 per night. Minimum 2 night stay.


One double bed. Two large futon daybeds.

Cloud-House is the original Mongolian term for yurt, although the original Mongolian yurt-dwellers would probably be utterly delighted at the canopy of rainbow colours you see as soon as you open the door.

Bright African fabrics fill the ceiling and walls, fleeces and sheepskins ensure maximum cosiness and the wood burner and candles provide warmth and atmospheric lighting. The outside shower just a few metres away behind the yurt couldn’t be much quirkier – made up of reclaimed railway sleepers, copper and stone with wide-stretching views to the hills and the shared oak panelled long drop loo is a stone’s throw away.

The Cloud-House is set on a large wooden deck with outdoor seating space.

By the barn there are 2 options for BBQing and a fully equipped kitchen to hideout in if the weather is not so good.


Minimum 2 night stay.
Low: £85 – £95
Mid: £95 – £105
High: £105 – £115
Bank hols: £115 per night 3 night minimum.


Please book direct through Canopy and Stars


the important stuff

Check in: 4pm
Check out: 10am (other times available on request)

Please bring wellies, a torch and umbrella
Please be aware that it is a very bumpy track up to the property

Sleeping arrangements
The yurt can accommodate 4 people. There is One double bed with bedding and towels provided. There are also 2 large single futon day beds, please bring your own bedding for these.
A Fully-equipped kitchen with fridge/freezer, small gas hob, kettle, toaster, sink with hot water etc is 30m away in converted barn. There are 2 BBQ’s, please bring your own charcoal. Basics such as tea, sugar, salt and pepper, tin foil, washing up liquid etc are provided but please do ask if you’re short of anything.
A private safari-style hot outdoor shower is behind the yurt
. The Long drop loo a stone’s throw away is shared with the House-Box.
Heating and Lighting
Candles light the yurt and theres a log burner to keep you toasty.
Electric lighting and plug sockets in the barn.
Games, cards, darts, badminton and boule.