Albion Farm Yurt
Might you like being on your lovely ownsome and knowing no-one else is around? So you and/or partner can snore with impunity, be as noisy as you like (ahem), walk around as nature intended and with not a stitch more, or let the kids shriek as loudly as they want without incurring glares from other guests? We bring you the lone dwelling at Albion Farm Yurt, on a Cornish farm on the edge of Mylor near Falmouth.
The owners of this superbly solitary yurt have perched it as an environmentally-friendly alternative to a holiday cottage, in a southwest-facing field and with easy access to the local village
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From London we find the M4 and M5 to be the fastest route. Come off the M5 at Junction 31 at Exeter and take the A30 via Okehampton, Bodmin, and then take the road to Truro. Bypass Truro and follow the A39 towards Falmouth. At Perran-ar-Worthal, turn left (signed to Carclew). The turning is almost opposite the Norway Inn seen on your right. Take a left turn at the first T-Junction, and turn left again at the next crossroads approximately 200m further on. After approximately 1 mile, continue straight ahead past a fork off to the left, towards Mylor Bridge for approximately 200m (now Bells Hill). We are the first visible property on the right-hand side. You will see the pink cottage called Little Albion and then Albion House, a slate-hung house with narrow vehicle entrance and round lawn.
- Newquay Cornwall Airport - 28 km
- Bristol International Airport - 212 km
- Bournemouth Airport - 238 km
- Plymouth - 68 km
- Pembroke - 167 km
- Weymouth - 192 km
Cards accepted at this property
Credit and debit cards are not accepted at this site.