COUNTRY BUMPKIN YURTS - THINGS TO DO LOCALLY

ON SITE FUN

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    Working Farm

    We are based on a working farm so you will be able to visit the sheep, pigs and cattle during your stay.

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    Community Vegetable Garden

    Opposite the Canvas Cafe is a great vegetable garden and orchard with workshops and activities available at certain times of the year. Visit their Facebook page to find out what's coming up.

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    Chocolate Masterclass with Nenette Chocolates

    Find out where chocolate comes from, how it has arrived in the bar form and become a chocolate tasting connoisseur. Then make and decorate your own delicious chocolates. 

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    Yoga

    Add another level of relaxation and wellbeing to your stay by doing some yoga. We have a great relationship with a local yogi - Sue Wood- who offers to run group sessions on site. Contact us to enquire. 

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    Flower Arranging & Crown Making

    We've teamed up with a wonderful local florist who can offer flower arranging sessions for groups staying at the yurts. Hen parties have especially enjoyed making flower crowns with her. Contact us for further information.

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    Farm Shop

    Award winning farm shop on site where you can purchase everything you need to cook great meals and drink great drinks whilst your on holiday, see more here.

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    Regular Events

    Regular events held on site, including food making courses in the farm shop (suitable for adults and children) summer BBQ's and wine tasting to name just a few. See our Facebook pages for regular updates.

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    Brampton Valley Way

    Access to Brampton Valley Way from site - a popular walking and cycling route. View here.

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    Wood Burning Hot Tub

    Wood burning hot tub on site, read more here.

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    Candle Workshop with CandleLuci

    Learn how to make beautiful sweet smelling soy wax candles the Candle Luci way. Contact us to book a workshop during your stay.

     

Off Site Fun

Our Local Towns

  • Market Harborough

    Market Harborough (2 miles). This is a lovely town; great for shopping, eating out and learning the local history. 

  • Northampton

    Northampton (15 miles). This is one of the largest towns in the UK with plenty to see and do.

  • Leicester

    Leicester (20 miles). The City of Leicester is full of shops, museums & theatres. It’s also where King Richard III is buried.

Fun For All

  • Market Harborough Golf Club

    Situated just south of Market Harborough, their exciting 18-hole course is open to Members and Guests alike.

  • Fishing Lakes

    Waterloo is comprised of three lakes, each built for a different purpose. Waterloo, Wellington, and the Junior Lake.

  • Kelmarsh Hall

    Kelmarsh Hall is a Grade I listed country house built in 1732. The hall and gardens are beautiful. They have a lovely tea room too.

  • Meditation Centre

    They offer a variety of introductory meditation classes, meditation retreats, one-day meditation workshops, art courses, and in-depth study programmes.

  • Union Wharf & Foxton Locks

    Restaurants walks and boat trips along the Grand Union Canal.

  • Kilworth House

    Award-winning Theatre set in a wooded glade and the Hotel's ornate Victorian Orangery overlooking the parkland.

  • Deene Park

    Deene Park is the beautiful home of the Brudenell family situated in the stunning countryside of East Northamptonshire.

  • Rockingham Castle

    Former royal castle and hunting lodge in Rockingham Forest a mile to the north from the town centre of Corby.

  • Rockingham Motor Speedway

    A modern motorsport venue, that hosts corporate driving days, driver training, conferencing and exhibitions, vehicle manufacturing events, track days, testing, driving experiences and motor racing.

  • Wistow Maze

    The award-winning 8 acre maize maze has a fun Quiz Trail hidden amongst 3 miles of intricate pathways.

  • Armourgeddon Military Museum

    The museum includes a number of tanks used in War-based movies of the last 20 years: Saving Private Ryan, Evita, Fury and many more. There is also a Bell 47 helicopter, the model of helicopter leading to the name ‘Chopper’ from the sound made by the rotor blades as they span around.

  • Armourgeddon Tank Paintball

    Armourgeddon is the worldwide home of Tank Paintball, incorporating Chaos Paintball and a wide range of activities including Airsoft, Archery, clay pigeon shooting, and quad safari for individuals, groups, corporate team building days and private parties.

Food & Drink

Eating In

  • Self Catering

    Our site offers self-catering accommodation.

  • Canvas Cafe

    Visit our on-site Canvas Cafe for drinks, breakfast, brunch, lunch and afternoon tea if you don't fancy cooking whilst you're on holiday. 

  • Specials

    We offer special extras such as local food and drink hampers, breakfast hampers, and afternoon tea delivered to your Yurt.

Eating Out

  • Farm Shop

    Waterloo Cottage Farm Shop is at the entrance of the site. You can pick up all your food and drink for your stay here. 

  • Pubs, Cafes & Restaurants

    Plenty of cafes and restaurants in Market Harborough.

  • The George

    The George in Great Oxendon (less than 400 ft away). A newly refurbished Pub/Restaurant in the Village of Great Oxendon.