At Country Bumpkin Yurts

Waterloo Cottage Farm, 34 Harborough Road, Great Oxendon, Market Harborough, LE16 8NA

  • Sleeps 6 (max 6 adults, 5 children)
  • Cooking facilities
  • Beds Provided
  • Bed Linen Provided
  • Towels Provided
Eco-friendly but still luxurious, this yurt on an East Midlands farm offers a taste of life in the country - without all the hard work!
  • An 18ft yurt made cosy with a log burner and real beds including bedding
  • Eco-friendly luxury with in-tent solar power a wood-fired hot tub and compost toilets
  • One of three yurts on this site with a farm shop
Nutkin yurt is 18ft wide and sleeps four to six people in one double bed and up to four single beds. The log burning stove in the centre will keep you all warm and cosy. This yurt has a solar panel which powers lighting, a fan, and a phone charging point. You will have access to the hot tub, rustic luxury bathroom facilities, and shared kitchen (approx 50m away). 

About Country Bumpkin Yurts

A relaxing East Midlands glamping site set on a working farm, all accompanied by an award winning farm shop and a homely local pub just a stroll down the road.

Based on an award-winning working farm in Great Oxendon, Country Bumpkin Yurts brings a new way to enjoy the East Midlands countryside. Unwind and get back to nature whilst staying in rustic luxury in a beautiful yurt. With bridleways, great walking, cycling, leisure and eating out opportunities just a stones-throw away, you'll find plenty to do. We can’t wait to welcome you to your relaxing retreat.

Glamping Site Facilities

The small yurt has a double bed while the larger ones have a double bed and 4 singles (all bed lined and towels supplied). 2 bathrooms both with shower, wash basin and composting toilet. Plugs available for hairdryers, straighteners and electric razors. 1 communal kitchen with an electric hob, microwave oven and fridge (all pans, crockery and cutlery supplied). Yurts are solar powered which allows for lighting and for phone and tablet charging. 1 wood-fired hot tub on site. This is a working farm, so you'll see sheep, pigs and cattle during your stay. They are in a separate, fenced off, field next to the yurts. However, sheep may roam around the glamping site from time to time to keep the grass cut. There's a community veg garden, orchard and pond area (at certain times of the year you will be able to get involved in the fruit picking) and regular events are held on site, including food making courses in the farm shop, summer BBQ’s and wine tasting to name a few.