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  • Based on traditional Central Asian designs.
  • Designed and built to suit the UK climate*.
  • Finest materials used throughout.
  • Top quality joinery.
  • Individually hand crafted in Somerset.
  • Yurts tried and tested for more than twenty years

Seventeen foot ger comfortably takes four beds
A practical home on an Irish smallholding

    Mongolian ger. Our most popular yurt Click here for details.

    • English ash roof and wall poles.
    • FSC approved European oak ger crowns and door-frames.
    • Each yurt cover fitted to its own frame.
    • We use the best canvas available.



    • Decorated oak crown Eighteen foot ger
      Eighteen foot ger Twenty one foot ger as mobile art gallery

      Customers include: Royal Botanic Gardens Kew, Royal Botanic Gardens Edinburgh, Kensington Palace, 2013 Walking with the wounded Everest Expedition, Imperial College London, Canterbury Christ Church University.


      *New for 2015. We have introduced a new range of gers to suit all uses. Click here for details.

      Canvas

      *We use 407g/m FRW* Regentex XP canvas. We believe this is the best yurt canvas available. The canvas is breatheable so that you can stay dry and avoid condensation. Canvas needs to be weathered (see FAQ).

      A yurt is a nomadic structure designed and built to be quick and easy to put up and take down. You can leave it up as long as you are using it. Take it down and store it in the dry when not in use.

      Do not leave it empty and unused during the autumn and winter.




"It is just a delight more and more to discover and to settle in the yurt. We feel finally arrived home." K&L (Austria, 2003)