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Kyrgyz yurts, flying tents, etc. on sustainable campsite

4.87 (38 reviews) Verified Tarm, Midtjylland, Denmark

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Your host

Henrik

Welcome to Birkelund Camping & Outdoor. A campsite where I offer unique nights in original Kyrgyz Yurte, Flying tents, an "upcyclet" cabin and a wilderness shelter.

My focus for the place is sustainability, biodiversity and good experiences for my guests.

There is access to toilet and shower. There is a ball field and playground. During the summer there is access to the swimming pool. Dogs are not allowed.

- Little Kyrgyzstan with the original Kyrgyz yurts
Stay in an original Kyrgyz yurt added modern comforts like a good bed, fridge and electric light. The yurt is heated with a small wood stove. It keeps a nice warmth on a winter day.

A yurt is a hemispherical felt tent used by nomads on the steppes of Central Asia. Yurts are common in Mongolia, western China, Kyrgyzstan, Russia and Afghanistan.

Most people know Mongolian yurts. However, our Yurts are Kyrgyz. Yurts are so prevalent in Kyrgyzstan that the ceiling ring in a yurt is depicted in the center of the Kyrgyz flag. The ceiling ring on the flag is surrounded by 40 sunbeams, which symbolize the 40 tribes that are combined into one state.

Each yurt can accommodate four people, as well as a child in a weekend bed. There is a cozy dining area and an interim kitchen with refrigerator and gas hob. Plates, cutlery, pots, pans and other kitchen utensils. Outside you will find a large fire pit where you can grill and have fun with a fire.

Bring your own duvets, pillows and bedding or sleeping bags.

- The Flying Tents
Get a flying start to the day when you wake up to a new day. Overnight in a flying Tent. The tent hangs between three trees floating under the large beech crowns. "The Flying Tent" has room for 3 people, while the Double Cover has room for the whole family in 2 tents that hang next to each other.

A unique experience for hikers and cyclists, as well as for the outdoor enthusiast who has tried most things. Cozy for the small family - the children think it is "cool" to have to spend the night hovering a few meters above the ground.

When you approach the tent, it most closely resembles a UFO that is about to land. The tent is triangular and measures more than 4 m on each joint, so there is plenty of room for three adults or two adults and two children. The tent carries a full 400 kg.

The tents hang at a height of about 1.8 meters; to get up in the tent, step on two tree stumps, put the butt on the edge of the tent base, and swing the legs up. Be aware that the youngest children must be helped up and down. When you lie in the tent, you lie pretty much like in a hammock.

The "flying tent" hangs in a discreet corner under large beech trees bordering an old garden. You have to lift up the leaves and you have to show the way to find the Flying Tent. The campsite is close to the bike path, so it is obvious to arrive by bike. Below the tent is made a cozy campsite. Over the campfire you can prepare your meals.

The "double cover" is two tents that hang next to each other. The double-decker hangs in the northwesternmost corner of the square in the windbreak between the field and my timber pitch. If you come driving to the square, this is the first thing you see the Double Cover. Once you have parked the car, a path cut through the tall grass will lead you to the campsite. The area by the campsite is car-free.

The double decker's camp site is located in the corner of my timber site outside the windbreak, but no further from the tents than children lying alone in the tents can be heard from the campfire. At the camp site there is a campfire site surrounded by slate. Along the campfire site, raw carved tree trunks form benches. The kitchen table is in the very best "Nak & Æd style". When eating out, there is room for the whole family at the table and bench set.

If you are inexperienced in primitive camp life, you can rent a camp gear box with the necessary gear. In the box there is, among other things, the large black African pot on three legs. It is easy to place in the fire. And with ample space for the whole family's favorite stew. There are no cutlery in the camp gear box.

You must bring your own sleeping bag and sleeping pad.

- Upcycling cabin
The cabin is an upcycling project. Previously, the building was only a shed for storage - now it has become a cozy and comfortable overnight cabin.

99% of the materials used for the renovation are either recycled materials or self-produced planks. The planks that the roof and walls are clad with are sawn from trees that have stood on the site, thus the CO2 emissions in connection with transport have been eliminated. Inside, the walls have been renovated with incorrectly manufactured cabinet doors.

The floor has previously been in a sports hall in Aarhus; the men's national handball team has trained on it.
The furniture is also recycled and upcycling.

At the cottage you will find a campfire site with benches and tables, and in the cottage you will find axes, pots, etc. for the primitive camp life. Live the cozy primitive camp life around the campfire and go to bed in a warm and soft bed. Bring your own bed linen and / or sleeping bag.

There is no electrical outlet and WiFi coverage. Forget time and place without being online.

The cottage can be used both winter and summer. In the colder months, you can turn on the heat pump, which heats up the cabin really well.

WC and bathroom are about 50 meters from the cottage.

- The Wilderness Shelter
Completely unique shelter, located in a secluded corner of the plot. Definitely the right choice for the beginner.

The shelter is nicely decorated with reindeer skins and hooks of antlers. The stove is the optimal place to place the jug with the evening coffee. In the morning there will be no discussion about who should get out of the sleeping bag to brew coffee - the maneuver can be done from the sleeping bag.

Fireplace and table-bench set by the shelter.

Firewood can be found in the windbreak or purchased. Camp gear box with ax, saw, pots, pan and some kitchen utensils can be rented.

I LOOK FORWARD TO WELCOMING YOU!

Space for

  • Yurt
  • Other
  • Cabin
  • Shelter

Facilities

  • Drinking water
  • Toilet
  • Hot shower
  • Campfire possible
  • Picnic table
  • Covered kitchen
  • Shower (cold water)
  • Pets allowed
  • BBQ
  • Phone charge
  • Electricity
  • Gas (stove)
  • Sportsgear
  • RV Sanitation
  • RV Hookup
  • Hot water
  • Hot tub
  • Sauna
  • Heater in accommodation
  • Shelter

Things to do in the area

  • TIP
  • TIP
  • Biking
  • Hiking
  • Swimming
  • Fishing

Sustainability practices

  • Waste separation
  • Food products from locals in the region
  • Heat pump

Is a member of VildMedVilje to increase biodiversity.

Your host, Henrik

4.87 (38 reviews)

Host is verified by Campspace

I have a broad experience in outdoor life. Today I own Birkelund Camping & Outdoor, which I am trying to pull in a new exciting direction.

With me you can find accommodation in a traditional shelter, in The Flying Tent, in the cabin "The 8th Wonder" or maybe an original Kyrgyz yurt? The cottage and the yurt can also be rented in the winter. During the winter months, the shelter is free to use.

Reviews

Hejcamp guest

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Very cozy and cozy accommodation in early September. Animal skins on tent walls and camel wool rug on the floor and crackle in the small indoor wood stove. Nice campsite host Henrik on the site, Birkelund. And then Black Sun at Baggens Dæmning at the northern end of Ringkøbing Fjord was the icing on the cake along with a clear shining batte star sky. So absolutely magical!

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Very complete experience in the most beautiful yurt, which was not only impressive in itself - the same was the interior and atmosphere ❤️ 5 stars for cosiness and 5 more for originality 😃

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Nice helpful host and a lovely place. The best place where you are more to yourself and can relax well. The main road relatively close (bushes and trees in between, as well as a bike path) I did not think was disturbing, even if you hear it. A place I could easily find to come again.

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I would like to give a great recommendation for this place.

We were a family of 4 away with two small children of 1 and 3 and we enjoyed the place incredibly much.

The yurt is so cozy and there is everything,
the furniture to use - we had duvets and blankets and nightwear with us and it was plentiful.

We cooked on a campfire and there was a nice campfire dish but a large grill so it was also perfect.

In addition to the Yurten being so nice, we also loved the facilities at the campsite - it was nice to have a playground and a place to wash up. And the whole area was super well maintained and whimsical with lots of little ring to spot.

We will definitely come again. - so it would also be perfect for a friends weekend but bonfire food and drinks (and there are 2 yurts)

And since there is a wood stove and quite well insulated, it can also be used in autumn / spring.

Just see that get going 🤓

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Hejcamp guest

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Lovely and lovely little cottage with a big good bed. Lovely area and space to be yourself. The people in the square were super sweet and welcoming.

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Hejcamp guest

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Really cozy and simple. Great place to unwind from today's technology. Nice heat at night. . , good facilitate associated with the place. Lovely with pool that is child friendly and nice playground.

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Hejcamp guest

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A fun and different way to sleep.

We were two adults and a child, and we rolled a bit towards the middle of the tent, so the weight distribution should probably be more even. Be aware that there is not much space in the tent itself for luggage. We stored most of our luggage in the car.
The tent hangs in the woods on the edge of a campsite with good facilities for both bathing and cooking. Friendly and welcoming service.

It is also a really fun experience for children and there is a nice playground they can frolic on.

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Very friendly reception and nice showing of the place.
The cabin was dirty and there was a lot of cobwebs in every corner. Dishes and pots / pans were dusty and filled with cobwebs.
There is a lack of equipment to remove pots / pans, etc. from the fire, possibly potholders

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Hejcamp guest

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It was a really fun experience to spend the night in The Flying Tent! Note that the tent site is primitive, so it will be an advantage to bring a can of water, as there is little to go to the kitchen and toilet. It is possible to buy firewood on site. Earplugs and mosquito spray are also a good idea, there are mosquitoes between the trees and a country road nearby. We can recommend taking the canopy off, so you get the most amazing look at the treetops! The tent is located on the edge of a very child-friendly campsite.

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Hejcamp guest

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We had a wonderful night in Jurten. However, we do not understand at all why each herb does not have its own fire pit? It seems very strange to have to share with the neighboring herb - especially when the campfire dish is closer to their yurt than your own and you pay for the firewood yourself ..

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Hejcamp guest

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Super nice and cozy place. The campsite is clean and nice. There is a family atmosphere on site. The yurt is really nicely made, and contains everything you need.
However, it should be mentioned that one shares a campfire with the other yurt. This can be a little special if you really just want to be yourself.
Recommendable experience.

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Hejcamp guest

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Such a beautiful and unique experience. And the host is wonderful.

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Hejcamp guest

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My boyfriend and I have just visited "The Yurt with the Leaning Door" and we had a really wonderful stay. :)

The yurt itself is quite nice. It has a double bed, two single beds, a small fine wood stove, a dining table and a small primitive but well-functioning kitchen. However, we made most of our food over campfires, which it is very suitable for. There is a large fire pit with grate and the host Henrik happily lent us pots etc. that had to be used thereafter. We could buy firewood for a small 50s and then there was far more than we needed.

The yurt is part of Birkelund Camping, but is located at the other end of the site, where there is no view of so many campers, so it is a nice mix of privacy and proximity to the campsite's facilities (toilets, kitchen, pool, etc.) .
The host also has a small nice kiosk with some local quality goods, cold sodas and more. which is a really nice and nice concept. The campsite is also very clean and inviting.

We have been really happy with our stay and would love to come again, therefore Henrik deserves a big praise from here!

Note!
Had there been guests staying in the other Yurt (right next door), it is my impression that we should have shared a campfire with strangers, which would have taken some of the joy out of our experience. I would therefore recommend others to be aware of this - perhaps especially in high season.

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Hejcamp guest

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Truly a thoroughly cozy and accomplished yurt. We enjoyed our days there and can highly recommend. The kids loved it and said it was the most beautiful place they had slept. We have enjoyed the local area and enjoyed the place with mini golf and playground👌☺️

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Hejcamp guest

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Super cozy Yurt and a wonderful experience! It was really Glamping at full throttle, we had everything we needed in the small tea kitchen and down the facilities at the campsite. And super nicely decorated Yurt with many nice details and we were received so well on the square, so just a super experience I would definitely do again!

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Hejcamp guest

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Food over campfire smoke in the hair, cold beer in the glass, sun in the blue sky and a nice Yurt - what's not to like 🤩.
Had a great weekend in The Kigis yurt
However, had not liiige agreed that you should spend 2 kroner (as in 2 kroner coin) at the bath .... Luckily we got some of the sweet neighbors.
Definitely worth an experience 👍

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Hejcamp guest

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We had a wonderful weekend. The yurt is so nice and perfectly decorated and Henrik is very helpful.
There is a bouncy castle, mini golf and pool at the small campsite, but the yurt is beautifully located at the opposite end, so you can easily be yourself.
We will definitely come again

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Hejcamp guest

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Very cozy and different accommodation.

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Hejcamp guest

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We lived in a flying tent, under some big trees in a corner of the grounds. There was a fire pit and a wheelbarrow full of firewood for a 50er. It was a cozy place I will return to. There was a table and bench set, and even though it was drizzling, we sat in dry weather. We bought hats from Kyrgyzstan when we arrived so we had lovely warm heads.

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A wonderful experience - there was everything you needed

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Hejcamp guest

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Staying overnight in the Kyrgyz Yurt has been an absolutely amazing experience. Cozy decor, ambiance and so comfortable. A great place to get down in gear and just be together. Enjoy the quiet end, nature and each other.
Our host, Henrik, has been so sweet and helpful. We highly recommend this place.
We will definitely be going again, and this time for two nights to get more out of the wonderful experience.

The best greetings
Martin and Christina

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Hejcamp guest

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A wonderful evening and night in the 8 wonder.
The place is cozy, the cottage is perfect and it is even warm although it makes so much noise we did not sleep with it. Henrik who has the place will on occasion replace it with a small wood stove, but we can do without.

It was just wonderful to sit by the fire, cook at the same and just relax. There is all the firewood you need, good bed, 20L water and since the cabin is located in a corner of the campsite there is a hot bath and for summer even pool if you wish.

The cabin / square is located on the edge of Skjern meadows so there is also the possibility of a walk.

We would love to come again, we will try the yurt of the square. They just looked mega cozy.

Henrik who runs the place is very welcoming and service-minded. Henrik's small shop has delicious coffee, sweets, ice cream, etc. all organic as I remember it.

Nice place. Go with you.

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Hejcamp guest

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Lovely place for outdoor fun in the afternoon and evening sun as well as a good night's sleep! Nice and helpful host. Cozy little kiosk that sells snacks and wet goods. Can only be recommended👍🏼

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Hejcamp guest

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It was simply a wonderful experience.
The yurt is beautiful and equipped with everything you need.

The host Henrik is a fun and friendly person, and you can feel that everything is in order.

Highly recommended!

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Hejcamp guest

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2nd time we were here and it was a great stay again!
We will be back again, maybe to try the flying tent.

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Hejcamp guest

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A beautiful cottage with really good facilities for the primitive outdoor life. Even if you are on a campsite, you feel that you are for yourself.

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Hejcamp guest

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We had a really nice overnight stay in the Kyrgyz yurt on a rainy and cold weekend in March. It was no problem to keep the heat in the yurt, as the small wood stove provided good heat. There were all the facilities we needed and we will definitely take an overnight stay again another time!

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Hejcamp guest

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A really good beginner-outdoor place. Primitive outside with fire, work table and seating. Good comfort inside with delicious double bed, heat pump, everything in service and dining area for 2 people and service for cooking over a campfire.
Good welcome, the cottage was heated when we arrived, there was firewood and water ready for us.
Remember a few light chains on battery, earplugs if you want the heat pump turned on at night and bedding or sleeping bag.
We will definitely come again👍

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Hejcamp guest

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It was an absolutely amazing experience, with an amazing friendly host.
We would recommend this experience to everyone :-)

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Hejcamp guest

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Cozy and atmospheric cabin, where there is what you need to light a fire and cook over it. Outside there is room for cooking and dining, but on a cold February evening we chose to eat at the table inside by candlelight.
There is a heat pump inside, but since it is a bit noisy, I would recommend either a pair of earplugs or a set of ski underwear (so it can be turned off) if you visit the cottage in the winter months :) Definitely worth a visit!

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Hejcamp guest

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Absolutely wildly cozy. Luxury camping with a lot of fun. Good beds, good heat from the stove, the service needed.
However, I wish there was a small "night light". And possibly. Earplugs included as the road is a bit close.

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Hejcamp guest

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Fantastic authentic Yurt., Almost like being there right. Cozy and with nice facilities. Good bed too.
Can definitely recommend visiting Henrik and sleeping in a Yurt.

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Hejcamp guest

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We knew very little about what a yurt is, so we arrived without expectations. But we were very pleasantly surprised. The yurt is really big inside with a double bed and two single beds in fine quality. In addition, there is a small kitchen with various equipment, a wood stove and a dining table in the middle of the room. Outside of these, there is plenty of room to move around in it.
It is nicely and secluded in a corner of the campsite. There is electricity and access to water and toilet within a short walking distance. There are quite a few activities on the site, but we were there in the winter, so of course they were closed.
As a place to stay for a family with children, it was super cozy with time and space for fun and board games. We stopped cooking and drove into the gut where there are fine options for shopping and take-away.

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Hejcamp guest

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Completely fantastic cottage with incredibly good surroundings.
The cabin was equipped with all the basics to make a good time measure over campfires, as well as plenty of fires.
There were tables and chairs both outside and inside.
Henrik was also a really nice host.
The heat pump inside made it possible for me to sleep with my boyfriend here on February 13 despite massive freezing temperatures.

Go to this cabin if you want to go out into nature and have fun

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Hejcamp guest

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What a wonderful place. It was icy cold outside, but mega cozy and so lovely a cabin. We got all the way down in gear.

Perfect with toilet facilities close by and so cool that there was no electricity or sockets so you could come and be present. We talked to Henrik, who owns the place and he is betting on having a wood-burning stove installed inside the cabin, which would just make it even better.

We would definitely recommend it to others and we would like to get started in slightly warmer temperatures though.

Kind regards Jens and Sara

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Hejcamp guest

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Really nice cottage and Henrik is a super host! We would love to come again ☺️

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Hejcamp guest

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Had the most wonderful overnight stay in the shelter and the flying tent with our family with 3 children aged 6-14 years.
A lovely peaceful space with all necessities and empty pool. Unfortunately, we did not manage to try it. So we'll be happy to come back.
A super helpful camp host who just helped us with what we had forgotten, with a warm Jutlandic smile.

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The Kyrgyz Yurt

Arrival allowed on: Monday to Sunday
Departure allowed on: Monday to Sunday

The Flying Tent

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Departure allowed on: Monday to Sunday

The double decker

Arrival allowed on: Monday to Sunday
Departure allowed on: Monday to Sunday

The cabin 'The 8th Wonder'

Arrival allowed on: Monday to Sunday
Departure allowed on: Monday to Sunday

The Wilderness Shelter

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Departure allowed on: Monday to Sunday

The yurt with the sloping door

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Departure allowed on: Monday to Sunday

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The Kyrgyz Yurt

Yurt
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11
Max. people
4 ×
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Sleeps 4 people + 1 child in weekend bed. Heated by wood stove. There is a cozy dining area and an interim kitchen with refrigerator and gas hob. Plates, cutlery, pots, pans and other kitchen utensils. Outside you will find a large fire pit for barbecue and coziness. Bring your own duvets, pillows and bedding.

  • Drinking water
  • RV Sanitation
  • Pets allowed
  • Toilet
  • RV Hookup
  • Picnic table
  • Hot shower
  • Hot water
  • Electricity
  • Campfire possible
  • Gas (stove)
  • BBQ
  • Phone charge
  • Shower (cold water)
  • Heater in accommodation
  • Shelter
  • Covered kitchen

Minimum number of nights: 1
Maximum number of nights: 30
Child price applies from this age: 0
Children's price up to this age: 18
Arrival allowed on: Monday to Sunday
Departure allowed on: Monday to Sunday

from € 87.37 per night

The Flying Tent

Other
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7
Max. people
3 ×
Pitches
1

The tent hangs between three trees floating under the large beech crowns. The tent is triangular and measures more than 4 m on each joint, so there is plenty of room for three adults or two adults and two children. The tent carries a full 400 kg. Over the campfire below the tent you can prepare your meals.

  • Drinking water
  • RV Sanitation
  • Toilet
  • Picnic table
  • Hot shower
  • Hot water
  • Campfire possible
  • Gas (stove)
  • BBQ
  • Phone charge
  • Shower (cold water)
  • Shelter
  • Covered kitchen

Minimum number of nights: 1
Maximum number of nights: 30
Child price applies from this age: 0
Children's price up to this age: 18
Arrival allowed on: Monday to Sunday
Departure allowed on: Monday to Sunday

from € 23.52 per night

The double decker

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12
Max. people
6 ×
Pitches
1

The double-decker that you will spend the night in is two tents that hang next to each other. Each tent carries 400 kg. The tents hang at a height of about 1.8 meters. Along the campfire site, raw carved tree trunks form benches.

  • Drinking water
  • RV Sanitation
  • Toilet
  • Picnic table
  • Hot shower
  • Hot water
  • Campfire possible
  • Gas (stove)
  • BBQ
  • Phone charge
  • Shower (cold water)
  • Shelter
  • Covered kitchen

Minimum number of nights: 1
Maximum number of nights: 30
Child price applies from this age: 0
Children's price up to this age: 18
Arrival allowed on: Monday to Sunday
Departure allowed on: Monday to Sunday

from € 66.53 per night

The cabin 'The 8th Wonder'

Cabin
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7
Max. people
2 ×
Pitches
1

There is no electrical outlet and WiFi coverage. Forget time and place without being online. In the colder months, you can turn on the heat pump. At the cottage you will find a fire place with benches and a table. Live the cozy primitive camp life around the campfire and go to bed in a warm and soft bed. Bring your own bed linen.

  • Drinking water
  • RV Sanitation
  • Pets allowed
  • Toilet
  • Picnic table
  • Hot shower
  • Hot water
  • Campfire possible
  • Gas (stove)
  • BBQ
  • Phone charge
  • Shower (cold water)
  • Heater in accommodation
  • Shelter
  • Covered kitchen

Minimum number of nights: 1
Maximum number of nights: 30
Child price applies from this age: 0
Children's price up to this age: 18
Arrival allowed on: Monday to Sunday
Departure allowed on: Monday to Sunday

from € 79.30 per night

The Wilderness Shelter

Shelter
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10
Max. people
3 ×
Pitches
1

The shelter is nicely decorated with reindeer skins and hooks of antlers. The stove is the optimal place to place the jug with the evening coffee. Fireplace and table-bench set by the shelter.

  • Drinking water
  • RV Sanitation
  • Pets allowed
  • Toilet
  • Picnic table
  • Hot shower
  • Hot water
  • Campfire possible
  • Gas (stove)
  • BBQ
  • Phone charge
  • Shower (cold water)
  • Heater in accommodation
  • Shelter
  • Covered kitchen

Minimum number of nights: 1
Maximum number of nights: 30
Child price applies from this age: 0
Children's price up to this age: 18
Arrival allowed on: Monday to Sunday
Departure allowed on: Monday to Sunday

from € 16.80 per night

The yurt with the sloping door

Yurt
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12
Max. people
4 ×
Pitches
1

Sleeps 4 people + 1 child in weekend bed. Heated by wood stove. There is a cozy dining area and an interim kitchen with refrigerator and gas hob. Plates, cutlery, pots, pans and other kitchen utensils. Outside you will find a large fire pit for barbecue and coziness. Bring your own duvets, pillows and bedding.

  • Drinking water
  • RV Sanitation
  • Pets allowed
  • Toilet
  • RV Hookup
  • Picnic table
  • Hot shower
  • Hot water
  • Electricity
  • Campfire possible
  • Gas (stove)
  • BBQ
  • Phone charge
  • Shower (cold water)
  • Heater in accommodation
  • Shelter
  • Covered kitchen

Minimum number of nights: 1
Maximum number of nights: 30
Child price applies from this age: 0
Children's price up to this age: 18
Arrival allowed on: Monday to Sunday
Departure allowed on: Monday to Sunday

from € 87.37 per night

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