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Sleep in a yurt

and reconnect with our nomadic ancestors

'As I stepped out of the yurt this morning, I saw the most butterflies together I had ever seen ... Satori is a magical place ... More than ever in these troubled times for our planet and ecosystem, we and all non-human life need the sanctuary of places like Satori [and Daisy yurt] to reconnect us to our profound, mostly neglected, sense of sacred belonging and love for Mother Earth.'

Jacqui, 2021

Satori is set on the side of a gently south-west sloping valley which levels out in the glade and woodlands. There you'll find our endearing 21-foot Daisy yurt and the other camping pitches.

Daisy is home to a comfy double bed and two singles. All linen and bedding is provided; you just need to bring your own towels. You'll find a sofa, a dining table, and a wood burner to make the space extra cosy.

Daisy opens out on to a kitchen/porch on a raised deck. Here you'll find a camping gas stove, and all pots, pans, cutlery, plates, etc. are there for you to use. 

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The nitty-gritty

The yurt is comfortable and totally immersed in nature. The compost toilet is only 4-minutes' walk away.

The communal washing up sink next to our quirky wood-fired shower (eco products provided), is located in the Wonky Wood Store, just 2 minutes from Daisy.  Here you will also find a dedicated tap for filtered drinking water from Satori's very own spring! 

Important info

Here's what you need to know: 

  • No loud parties

  • There is an outdoor fire pit for you to use

  • Bring your own food

  • A certain level of fitness is needed as there is no vehicle access to your accommodation; approximately 7-minutes' walk from the car park

  • The small village of Churchinford is within walking distance (approximately 1.9 miles), featuring an English country pub (The York Inn), and a community shop with Wi-Fi and post office

For questions or to book, phone: 07957 161748 email: emmafinch@hotmail.com or follow the Airbnb link below. 

To book, contact us via phone or email. You can check availability and find pricing information and guidelines by visiting our full desktop site.

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Pricing & Guidelines

Daisy yurt

One double bed and two single beds (linen provided)

Available year-round

No vehicle access

Wheelbarrows available to transport gear

Open fires permitted

Firewood available to buy

Location

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Satori Healing Retreat

Oatens Lane

Churchstanton, TA3 7PU

22 acres in the

Blackdown Hills, Devon

Somerset County Wildlife Site

Country pub

1.9 miles away from the small village of Churchinford

Community shop

with Wi-Fi

Post office

Facilities

Off-grid
(No electricity; we provide two battery-powered lamps)

There is an outdoor camping gas stove for cooking

Compost toilet nearby

Tapped spring water available for washing up and filtered spring water for drinking

Simple wood-fired shower

No bins/recycling – please take rubbish away with you

You can store belongings (bikes, etc.) in the wood store at your own risk

Daisy Yurt Prices

£95 per night 
+ cleaning fee
Sleeps four
(direct booking)

£

Full payment required 30 days prior to booking

Limited availability: early booking advisable but late bookings welcome

Satori Guidelines

We are advocates of wildlife, so we ask that you follow our basic guidelines

Please keep noise to a minimum; no loud parties

No chemicals; only eco-friendly products

permitted for use

No pets

Always close gates securely due to livestock

Noise

Smeatharpe Stadium is a few miles away; occasional car racing can be heard from Satori.
 
If you are particularly noise-sensitive we suggest you contact the stadium directly to avoid booking on their race days.
 
Or, if you're up for a bit of raucous fun, spend a day out there!
 

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