Relax and get closer to nature with Trossachs Yurts –
The perfect place for an escape and to enjoy a slow getaway.
Trossachs Yurts can be found nestled in the beautiful countryside close to the small village of Thornhill, near Stirling – just over an hour’s travel from the big cities of Edinburgh and Glasgow.
Our Yurts are set in the stunning landscape of our 150 acre organic conservation farm on the edge of the Loch Lomond and Trossachs National Park – providing a great location for close encounters with the natural world, walking, cycling and enjoying this part of Scotland.
Head off the beaten track and go down the country lane that leads you towards West Moss-side Organic Farm. After crossing the bridge over the Goodie Water, you’ll find our farm and the three secluded 18ft diameter traditional Krygyk design Yurts.
From the decking of each yurt there are panoramic big-sky views to the west across Flanders Moss National Nature Reserve to Ben Lomond and the Arrochar Alps. The views also extend north to the mountains of the Loch Lomond and the Trossachs National Park – Ben Ledi, Ben Vorlich and Stuc a’ Chroin.
Time for some quality family reconnecting – with the option for booking two yurts together.
Here at Trossachs Yurts, we have three spacious, off-grid, fully equipped self catering Yurts available from Easter through to the end of October.
Each Yurt sleeps up to 4 adults, or 5 with children / From £125.00 per night / Private kitchen and washroom facilities.
The Stuc a’Chroin Yurt is accessible, while our Ben Lomond Yurt is dog friendly.
(Ben Ledi yurt is only bookable along with Ben Lomond yurt – as a group you will share the bathroom and the kitchen).
Read about the traditional Krygyk design Yurts we have here at West Moss-side Farm.
Things to Do
Things to Do
Some ideas for things to do in and around the Loch Lomond and the Trossachs National Park.
West Moss-side Organic farm is set in the stunning landscape of the Flanders Moss National Nature Reserve.
West Moss-side is a working farm with rare breed Shetland cattle grazing on the stunning landscape of the Flanders Moss National Nature Reserve: a huge peat bog – a conservation area rich in its biodiversity. You can also treat yourself to some West Moss-side organic beef and a jar of Mad Hare Apiary Honey.
We offer a truly magical atmosphere to all – welcoming friends, lovers, writers, painters, photographers, walkers and bird watchers. We also cater for tree climbers, den-builders, kite-flyers – and grown ups too!
Nadia – June 2021
“What a fantastic place! So scenic, peaceful, private and well equipped. We loved staying here and our toddler was in heaven running along the raised walkway and talking to the cows. We really enjoyed seeing the animals on the farm and exploring the willow maze. We would love to come back and hire a couple of the yurts at the same time for the family to stay in.”
Emma – June 2021
Karen – July 2021
Laura – October 2021