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6 Kanga Rd Yandoit, Yandoit, Victoria 3460 Australia
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#1 of 3 Speciality lodging in Yandoit
Nestled in the hills of the Hepburn Shire is a luxury camping getaway. Cosy Tents is a unique experience that combines the essence of a luxury hotel with the outdoors. Enjoy a relaxing retreat in your own European canvas tent situated on a private 40 acres property. Each canvas tent is fully furnished with the essentials and all the creature comforts for you to enjoy. Full queen size bed, luxury bed linen, Bluetooth speaker system, onsite cooking facilities and access to hot showers just to name a few. We aim to focus on the little things that really make your stay that much more cosy. Cosy Tents is also minutes away from Daylesford village, which boasts some of the best fine dining restaurants, art galleries and boutique shops all in the centre of Victoria's spa country. The luscious surrounds and picturesque views of this charming little village brings visitors always coming back for more. Pop a bottle of red as the sun sets and listen to the tune of the crickets while your open campfire crackles through the night. So why not pack that overnight bag and come spend a night/or two with us at Cosy Tents, Hepburn Shire.
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ToTravelIsToLive178 wrote a review Sept 2021
Moe, Australia13 contributions3 helpful votes
My husband and I had booked the 6m bell tent for a nights stay in September. We were greeted warmly when we arrived and talked through the amenities and asked what time we would like our cheese platter that we had ordered. It was a freezing day but the tent had a wood fire heater inside which made the tent warm and cosy. Overall the tent was clean, well presented and comfy. Due to the horrible weather we mostly confined to the tent but this didn’t ruin our trip. Our cheese platter arrived at the time we requested and it did not disappoint. Lots of cheese, crackers and fresh fruit. The large communal kitchen, toilets/bathrooms and fire pit were again well presented and exceptionally clean. In the morning our breakfast box was delivered subtly outside our tent. The breakfast box contained pastries, fruit, cereal and even a thermos of warm water for tea and coffee which was also provided. Overall we had a fantastic time at cosy tents and we highly recommend the experience for anyone in any weatherz
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Date of stay: September 2021Trip type: Travelled as a couple
Chris Mahoney wrote a review Mar 2021
North Geelong, Australia1 contribution1 helpful vote
Cosy Tents is a beautiful place. My husband and I visited last year and decided it would be a great place to share with our friends. We have just returned from our Glamping weekend with a slightly bitter taste in our mouths. We were not given full use of all facilities being told we were not allowed to use the covered kitchen dining area as there were too many of us. We were forced by management to use a partially covered facilities in pouring rain despite no one using the other facilities. We were informed that groups were not allowed and if they had known we would not have been allowed to book, however management knew that we were a group and never contacted us prior to arrival. My friends and myself were made to feel like second class citizens despite paying the same as others. Despite this we all managed to make the best of the situation and had a great weekend. Unfortunately we will not be returning... perhaps that was the intended outcome. Shout out to Kyron, a staff member who always had a smile and Tried to assist us as best he could. Too bad the owner could not take a leaf out oh his book!
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Date of stay: March 2021Trip type: Travelled with friends
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Response from Eva B, Owner at Cosy Tents
Responded 19 Mar 2021
Hi Chris, Thank you so much for taking the time to review your recent stay with us and noting from the laughter and smiles on everyone over the weekend, we trust that you all had a wonderful time away! As mentioned during your stay, with larger groups we do require you to book out the campsite exclusively so that you would have full range of all amenities. Unfortunately, we were not aware of the size of your group until the first set of guests had arrived on the day. Had we known you were part of a larger group, we would have certainly informed you of our group booking policy beforehand. We were only aware of the 2 tents you had booked under your details and were unaware of the rest of the group as they had all booked individually, at different times, and under different names. We provide access to cooking facilities for all of our guests, and to ensure both your group and all other guests could enjoy a weekend away, we trust that you understand our reasoning of using the cooking amenities closest to the tents that you and your group had booked, and similarly, for all other guests staying that weekend could have access to cooking amenities closest to them, as it would not make sense for them to use the cooking facilities furthest away. We are sad to hear that you will not be returning, but glad that you still had a wonderful weekend away. Kyrn is certainly one of our superstar staff here at Cosy Tents and will certainly give him a great shout out. All the best, Eva
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PillowsRequired wrote a review Jan 2021
Melbourne, Australia3 contributions2 helpful votes
My stay at Cosy Tents was also my first experience of glamping. As might be understandable for someone who has only ever had exposure to ‘normal’ camping, I was extremely skeptical, and expecting very little. Despite these profoundly low expectations, Cosy Tents managed to be one of the most enjoyable holiday experiences I’ve ever had, period. From the first moment you leave your car and walk into the campsite, it’s clear that a great deal of thought has gone into the layout of every amenity. The toilets and showers are together, and located almost exactly in the centre of the campsite, with a clearly marked path to each of the tents on either side. When you step inside, it’s easy to forget for a moment that you’re supposed to be ‘glamping’ - the decor is contemporary and inviting, with ample towels provided in each of the bathrooms, in addition to those waiting for you in your tents. When you do finally decide to go back outside, there are separate fire pits dotted around the campsite that beckon for you to go and sit near them. Not far from the toilets is a large, spacious undercover kitchen and lounge area, which offered a bit of refuge when the rain decided to make a brief appearance. Add all of this to the wonderfully scenic views available almost anywhere around the campsite - from right outside the tent, to the very top of the hill at the back of the site - and you have a recipe for the perfect glamping stay. Then there’s the tents. Again, as a glamping skeptic, I was expecting a lackluster excuse for a bed, with horrible pillows (a pet hate of mine). What I found instead was a veritable cloud sitting in the middle of the tent, that, were it not for the amazing views outside, could very well have kept me there for the duration of the stay. A fan (or heater, if you’re staying in winter) was also provided, although the weather was pleasant enough that we didn’t really need it. The extra blankets were warm, and proved useful on the cool night we happened to be there. Adding further to the mystique of feeling like we were staying in a hotel rather than a campsite, the tent has its own dedicated lightsource and ports to charge phones and other USB devices. While all of this would have been enough to make anybody be able to justify the money they’d spent, there’s one final cherry on top. The site has its own wastewater treatment plant, and each tent has a solar panel which is used to power the lightsource and charging capabilities I mentioned before. None of this directly improves the quality of the stay, but it does underscore the genuine commitment of the proprietors to creating a self-sustaining business that is as environmentally-friendly as it is inviting. This, then, represents a bit of a theme for the founders of Cosy Tents - to go above and beyond in delivering a glamping experience which will be difficult to find anywhere else. To say that I would look forward to a future stay at Cosy Tents is an understatement. Every aspect of the stay has been thought about to a degree that would make most large hotel chains blush. Their new ‘hybrid’ tents (which are in fact tiny houses) look even more inviting than the tents, and I’m itching to find a reason to head back to Daylesford to try them. I truly cannot recommend Cosy Tents enough to all - especially those skeptical about the prospect of ‘glamping’. Lest the reader be left feeling that this review has done nothing other than rave about the experience offered by Cosy Tents, let there be reassurance in the fact that I have truly looked for aspects to critique about my stay, and have sincerely been unable to find any.
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Date of stay: December 2020
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Tayla wrote a review July 2020
13 contributions5 helpful votes
Amazing tent and room facilities, we stayed in a 5M tent which was huge and more than enough. Having a fireplace in the tent was fun and also super warm and cozy. There were numerous fire pits with seating, bbq areas and cooking facilities around. Check in/out was easy and helpful. The communal toilets/showers were very clean and tidy, I felt really comfortable using it with lots of sanitiser available. It is still 15 minutes from Daylesford but an easy drive and nice to be secluded from it all. The cheese and wine platter was 10/10 and perfect on arrival and waking up to a breakfast hamper sitting and eating outside was also perfect. Great first glamping experience!
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Date of stay: July 2020
Graeme S wrote a review Feb 2020
Melbourne, Australia6 contributions15 helpful votes
Wife and I had one night stay, Friday 28th February. Wonderful experience. Staff very friendly and helpful. Tent was 'Beaumaris', large and very well appointed. One of 12 tents on the site. Our tent was most likely the same as the others in the appointments. Small fridge, hot water bottles, USB ports and electric light. Small heater for winter and fans for summer. Power supplied by Solar Panels. Bed was veeerrry comfortable with plenty of pillows. Crockery, cutlery, towels etc: all the things you expect in a hotel room. The showers/toilet facilities are shared and were excellent and very clean. Shampoo, conditioner, body wash supplied. Outdoor undercover shared cooking facilities with dining area attached if you don't want to eat at your tent. There is a community fire pit to meet and greet your neighbours if that's your thing. The tents are well spread on the camp site, over a couple of hectares. Far enough apart to afford a little privacy if you need it: tents have very thin walls 😉. There are no activities; you have to supply your own entertainment. It's very picturesque however, set among trees and dams in a very Australian Bush environment. Within about 10 to 15 minute drive are the towns of Daylesford and Hepburn Springs. Both rich in history and Spa facilities are plentiful. Also pubs and clubs. Plenty of kangaroos and birdlife and come right into the camp area if it's quiet. Our upgrades (at a price) included a brekky box, Moet on ice and chocolates. A very nice addition to the experience. The only negative thing I would say is there are only 4 toilets/showers, so it could get a bit busy during peak times, i. e. Mornings and evenings. Overall I highly recommend Cosy Tents if this sounds like something for you.
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Date of stay: February 2020Trip type: Travelled as a couple
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Frequently Asked Questions about Cosy Tents
Which popular attractions are close to Cosy Tents?
Nearby attractions include Big Tree (4.5 km) and Cricket Willow (5.8 km).
What are some of the property amenities at Cosy Tents?
Some of the more popular amenities offered include free parking, a concierge, and breakfast.
What food & drink options are available at Cosy Tents?
Guests can enjoy breakfast during their stay.
Is parking available at Cosy Tents?
Yes, free parking is available to guests.
What are some restaurants close to Cosy Tents?
Conveniently located restaurants include Lavandula Swiss Italian Farm, The Guildford Family Hotel, and La Trattoria.
Are there any historical sites close to Cosy Tents?
Many travellers enjoy visiting Wombat Flat Mineral Spring (14.7 km).