Enjoy a romantic break in a mongolian yurt

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  • Custom made in Mongolia
  • fully equipped with bed linen, towels, crockery, cutlery, tea lights  etc.  and an initial supply of logs
  • Outdoor BBQ & firepit


  • Sleeps 2
  • Double bed


  • WiFi
  • Wetroom shower
  • Kitchen
  • Toilet
  • Sitting/dining room

Sustainable travel policy
We encourage people to travel sustainably whenever possible by using public transport, walking or cycling.
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This beautiful yurt is situated in the open wooded area behind the castle. It is available to let from a minimum of 2 nights. Our charming and romantic yurt was made in Mongolia in the traditional way, but adapted to suit the British climate. It is fully equipped with bed linen, towels, crockery, cutlery, tea lights  etc. and an initial supply of logs.

The South Yurt has a double bed with a wood-burning stove at the foot of the bed. We can provide a camping mattress for an extra person with their own bedding.

It has its own deck, barbecue and picnic table. The Yurt also shares a firepit with the Rewilder’s Hut. Firewood and charcoal are available from the Bamff Honesty Shop.

Indoor facilities in the castle, include  large basic kitchen with table and benches, and a  wet room shower and toilet  off the next door room.

If you are not arriving on foot or by bike you can park your car nearby.

The Yurt is on the Cateran Trail, featured in Observer Magazine’s 10 best long-distance walks in UK.

Nearby is the Scottish Woodland Skills Centre where many interesting courses are available.

If you would like to see the Bamff beavers, please let us know in advance to arrange a guided walk. You can also book tours of the wildland project.

The Wildland walks for guests are £40 per accommodation unit. The walk  takes approximately 2 hours and happens during the day, usually starting  at 10 am or 3 pm. The guide – normally a family member – will take you round some of the Wildland area and explain our rewilding project. You will learn where the beavers live and what they eat and see many dams and other impacts.

The beaver watch walk is £30 per unit of accommodation. It takes place in the evening, usually around 8 pm.  From April to September there is usually a good chance of seeing beavers.

We loved the yurt and everything else very much. Everthing was clean, tidy and comfortable. It was very pleasant to listen to the raindrops falling on the roof while being in the warm and cosy bed. The surrounding area is very beautiful for walks. Our hosts were very welcoming. We will definitively go back if we’re in the area again.” Booking.com review, 2016