Yurts with hot tubs near Leeds

Find big-city vibes mere miles away from rolling countryside.

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9 top yurts sites near Leeds with hot tub

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Greenoak Hideout

2 units · Glamping1 acre · East Riding of Yorkshire, North East England
A small, yurt glamping site with treasure hunts and alpacas in the Yorkshire countryside
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Tipsy Tree Glamping

4 units · Glamping45 acres · Cheshire, North West England
Quirky eco-friendly glamping ideal for a rural road-trip
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Spire View Yurts

3 units · Glamping2 acres · Chesterfield, Derbyshire, East Midlands
On a beautiful rural site near the village of Ashover, discover these three yurts positioned in the Derbyshire countryside, Spire View Yurts. Earning the name from the wonderful far-reaching views of Chesterfield’s unique twisted spire atop the Church of St Mary and All Saints, Spire View Yurts lie in Northedge and are comprised of Silver Birch, Mighty Oak and Horse Chestnut, the former two sleeping five guests and the latter hosting four, allowing a group of up to 14 to enjoy a unique glamping experience.
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Peake's Retreats

3 units · Glamping1 acre · Anslow, England
Luxury yurt glamping near the Peak District where, from the tiny-toiletries to the family-sized hot tub, every single detail is covered
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Wold Meadow

6 units · Glamping2 acres · Driffield, England
Relaxing adult-only, dog-friendly glamping stays with private bathrooms and a view of the Yorkshire Wolds.
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Cherish Glamping

7 units · Glamping27 acres · Hawes, North Yorkshire, North East England
Set in beautiful Wensleydale, Cherish Glamping offers 7 luxury yurts each with a kingsize four poster bed, their own private wet room with rainfall shower and a hot tub. The yurts are located on our 27 acre smallholding between the heritage village of Askrigg and the market town of Hawes with views across Upper Wensleydale. Breakfast bought to you in your yurt every morning and the hottub heated ready for your arrival is included in the cost of your stay. 
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Humble Bee Farm

23 units · Glamping1 acre · North Yorkshire, North East England
Camping or ‘wigwaming’ on a pretty and very child-friendly farm among the Yorkshire Wolds
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Stamford Meadows Glamping

6 units · Glamping1 acre · Stamford, Lincolnshire, East Midlands
Peaceful, private yurt glamping in the heart of the Stamford Meadows
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Upper Hurst Farm

1 unit · Glamping8 acres · Dovedale, England
Well-placed Peak District camping near the Manifold Way and Tissington Trail, with a luxury yurt and hot tub in a private space
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Yurts with hot tubs near Leeds guide

Overview

About midway between London and Edinburgh, in West Yorkshire, Leeds is a large city, with lots of high-rise buildings and one of the busiest railway stations in the UK. It's also a major hub of education–with five universities–and, as a result, has a thriving nightlife scene. Museums abound, from the large multidisciplinary Leeds City Museum to the Thackray Museum, which covers the history of medicine. As Leeds is an urban hub, you’ll need to head out from the city to find camping, but there is a long-distance footpath—the Leeds Country Way—that travels the rural outskirts of the city.

Where to go

North York Moors National Park

About an hour's drive northeast of Leeds, North York Moors National Park is particularly popular among walkers, with roughly 1,400 miles of public footpaths and plenty of room for cycling and equestrian pursuits. It's also an International Dark Sky Reserve, making it a brilliant destination for stargazing. One way to explore the park is by hopping aboard the North Yorkshire Moors Railway, which runs from Pickering to Whitby, calling at a number of remote spots along the way.

Yorkshire Dales National Park

Head north and you'll soon find yourself at Yorkshire Dales National Park, a massive expanse of protected land, the vast majority of which is privately owned. The park is a fantastic place for walking, with miles of footpaths, many of which are wheelchair-friendly, as well as lakes, rivers, and waterfalls. Popular activities include fell running (running up hills), rock climbing, caving, kayaking, and mountain biking.

Peak District National Park

Encompassing around 555 square miles of protected land, Peak District National Park draws throngs of visitors with its walking and cycling paths and abundance of flora and fauna. Guided ranger-led walks take place throughout the year and focus on everything from navigation training to learning about birdsong.

When to go

The best time to visit Leeds and the natural areas around it is between June and August, when temperatures are at their highest and there's generally less rainfall. Leeds really comes to life in the summertime, with all sorts of outdoor concerts and festivals. Spring is also a great time to visit, particularly if you plan to visit some of the national parks in the area, which fill with colourful blooms during the season.

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