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Enjoy one of our two unique yurts tucked into the woods behind the inn.
For adventurous, outdoor loving kind of guests a yurt provides a nature-friendly lodging alternative.
Please note: Yurts are canvas/tent like structures that sit on a wooden deck. Yurts aren't for everyone- see below.
Note: Our yurts are a full part of the bed and breakfast and come with a full breakfast in the morning, use of all common areas, and afternoon refreshments. All linens are provided. No camping stoves please.
Each yurt has a mini fridge for cold drinks. Due to health department regulations guests may not use the inn refrigerator/freezer in the main kitchen for storing food or drinks.
Yurt guests enjoy a full vegetarian breakfast in the inn each morning and typically eat lunch and dinner out in one of the area's many restaurants.
Our yurts are located down the hill from the inn and require guests to navigate rustic steps and paths made of wood mulch/gravel (watch video below). Bathhouse is located up the hill from the yurts.
The facilities are not handicapped accessible.
Only 2 adults maximum per yurt (no exceptions).
Also visit Policies for other information.
Adults (18 & over) only. No Pets or Smoking.
Please take a moment to read these notes before viewing the yurt photos below.
We have two 16 foot yurts on the property (200 square feet each) and both have the following amenities:
Queen size canopy bed with linens and covered in a quilt
Mini-fridge for keeping your cold drinks cold
Coffee maker (4 cup)- bring your own coffee/mugs/condiments.
CD clock radio
Heaters are added during winter months.
Simulated electric wood stove that can be used year around (produces simulated fire without heat in warmer months)
Surge protector with USB charging
No TV in yurt
Composting Toilet- picture below
Magazines and games
Floors covered in colorful oriental style rugs
Private deck with 2 chairs
One screen window and screen door.
Private bath house located up the hill with shower, flush toilet, pedestal sink, towels, soap, shampoo.
No phones or TV's provided in yurts
Free WiFi at the inn
Various "green features" found on Earth Friendly page.
What Yurt Guests Should Bring?
Guests are encouraged to bring coffee, tea, mugs/glasses, corkscrew, drinks for mini fridge, microwave popcorn, jug of water, etc. (coffee & tea is served with breakfast each morning).
For your safety a flashlight is required to help navigate the steps after dark so please bring one.
Running water is not available in the yurt or near the yurts. Some guests like to bring moist towellettes/wipes for hand washing after using the composting toilet.
To Check Yurt Availability Click Link Below
Rates are $135.00/night for 1 night, $125.00/night for 2 or more nights, plus 12% taxes.
Please Note: When you make a reservation, you are reserving a yurt, but not a specific yurt.
You Tube Yurt Video
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