The Cortes Octagon is something a bit different! Part classic Yurt design, part space age mothership, the single large room and 360 degree views make this a fantastic space for outdoor living.
|PU coated polyester|
|85 x 30 x 30cm|
|Fully Taped Seams|
from Fort William
Just be aware if you are buying this tent that the poles could fold as happened to me. I had pitched it in light wind, all the guys were out. Overnight the wind picked up a bit and the tent poles bent
Great tent plenty of room 3rd time I put it up on my own.
Very solid, spacious, can be erected without the guy lines as it is very stable even without them.
Slightly cold though, wouldn't camp in colder months without sufficiently warm sleeping bags.
Why would anybody design a tent where you put the inner tent up first? If you have to pitch on a rainy day the entire inside the tent is soaking before you have even begun your holiday. Not a sensible idea especially if you have them children who are hoping for a dry camping holiday.
from Milton Keynes
Erected in extremely windy conditions on my own. Stayed firm and dry. Love inside.
Wind blows under flysheet and through mesh windows. With few thoughtful adjustments this problem could be resolved.
from United Kingdom
We are a family with 3 kids and big dog and have just been away for a (rainy) camping trip. It was easy to erect, spacious, completely water and bug proof and a brilliant and very attractive design.
from West Wales
This is a great garden gazebo or sleeping pod for summer nights but as a tent for the British weather it is cold, noisy and poorly thought-out; build quality is poor so best avoided by most buyers.