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Flowers growing in a antique kettle next to outdoor seating underneath apple trees



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Self-contained holiday accommodation at Dragon Orchard

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A stay at Dragon Orchard immerses you in nature whilst providing all of the comforts of home. Come and experience the tranquility of an apple orchard, connect to yourself walking the land, or rest under the shade of an apple tree.

We welcome you to stay in Dragon Nest, our recently renovated studio apartment, or in one of our handcrafted yurts. We have specifically designed our self-contained accommodation to ensure that you have plenty of space and your own private environment during your stay at Dragon Orchard. With cosy beds and private washing and cooking facilities for all living spaces, we provide the comfort you need for retiring after a day in the orchard, or exploring the area. 

Beautiful view of Cai Yurt through the apple trees at Dragon Orchard on a blue sky sunny day

Return to nature and sleep under the stars with a self-catered yurt holiday. All the comforts of home, under canvas.

Interior of Dragon Nest studio apartment with comfortable double bed and boutique sofa

Modern living in a traditional style. Our recently converted studio loft apartment with sensational views out across the orchard.

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During our gatherings and events, the orchard is also available to camp in.


Bring your own van, tent, gazebo, tarp or ‘bivvy’, and set yourself up in between the trees. There are toilets, showers, & washing-up facilities available, plus an outdoor cold shower for the intrepid!

Trees are poems the earth writes

upon the sky.

Khalil Gibran

Children enjoying playing hula hoop in the grass next to red apple trees


Be enticed into the orchard as it beckons you to explore its different seasonal faces. These subtle changes throughout the year enable you to have your own particular Orchard Experience.

Person relaxing and reading a book in a hammock under apple trees
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