Our base for two nights
Everything you need is provided - the yurt is decked out inside with a double bed, and outside there's a picnic bench, firepit, and gas bbq. A toilet and shower is found in a converted pig sty, a short stroll through the farmyard. The amazing weather we had in Portmeirion didn't last, so it was a typical chilly and damp couple of summer days that we spent on the farm. We saw some local beaches (bracing, blustery ones) and visited a few towns to hit the charity shops. I bought some really nice leather knee high boots, and was glad of them in the cold evenings. I had been a bit optimistic about the weather in advance, I'd take lots more jumpers and a proper big winter coat if we went glamping again!
View from our field
Drinking whisky to keep warm!
My new leather boots, £6.99 from a Porthmadog charity shop
We had a lot of fun, and it was really good to get away from the internet for a few days and just enjoy the great outdoors. I can't say I'll make a habit of camping, but Air BnB certainly offers some interesting places to stay so I will be looking at what else they have on offer in future. We only paid something like £40 a night for the yurt, which was good value. Well, we needed to save money after staying in Portmeirion village!
Have you ever tried Air BnB for places to stay?