Cheshire farm yurts has been set up by Marv and Anna Roden on their field next to their home where they live with their three sons.. They have a passion for the outdoors and animals which you will see upon your stay with them!

Anna wanted to have a small business which didn’t take her away from home enabling her to bring up her sons and care for her livestock and her beloved horses.

“Home is where the heart is”

Marv and Anna would love to welcome you to stay in their Yurts and will be on hand for anything you may need!

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About Cheshire Farm Yurts

Within ice-cream licking distance of the family-friendly visitor centre, Cheshire Farm Yurts is a glamping hideout with a quirky location.

Inside, the traditional Mongolian-style structures feature a luxurious double bed and two sofas, creating either a romantic hideaway for two, or, fold out the sofas, and the space becomes a perfect family unit. There’s electricity and all the wares you need for cooking – including a kettle, microwave, hob and grill, while private toilet and shower facilities mean this really is camping with some homely comforts. Despite it’s location however, the yurts are not a part of the ice-cream farm site, owned and managed, rather, by Marv and Anna Roden who live a few doors down and give the whole place a refreshingly uncommercial feel.

Guests find themselves camped out, as if in a large and welcoming garden, somewhere between a campsite and self-catering accommodation. The nearest village, Tattenhall, is perfect for an easy wander – taking in the Victorian village hall, the red sandstone church with its grey-green slate roof and, of course, an essential stop in the local pub, The Letters Inn – while the charming city of Chester is just a 20 minute drive away. So it’s not all ice cream and milkshakes then? Well, we certainly wouldn’t advise you to tell the kids that!!