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Somerset Yurts is an eco-friendly retreat nestled at Hill Farm in the beautiful Quantock Hills. We are around five miles north of Taunton, the county town of Somerset.

Our yurts are nestled in a beautiful, peaceful field that boasts stunning, uninterrupted views over Taunton Vale and the Blackdown Hills allowing couples and families to get back to nature while enjoying a tranquil break from the hustle and bustle of everyday life.

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Please remember you are staying on a working farm, whilst we try to ensure we provide a safe environment, working farms are potentially dangerous areas. You are responsible for your own and your family's safety. Please ensure children are supervised, and do not leave children alone in the yurt. Pay careful attention around the wood burner, Barbecues, camp stoves, and fire pit. The proprietor accepts no liability for any accident, injury, loss or damage sustained by any resident, their family, visitors, vehicle or personal effects however caused.

No smoking is allowed in the yurts.

You will be held responsible for any serious damage done or loss sustained to property during your stay.

We cannot accept pets on the site due to it being located on a working farm.

Please remember, noise travels a long way at night in the countryside - please be considerate to your fellow guests and keep the noise down at night.

Please ensure the maximum number of guests in your party does not exceed four per yurt.