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Creekside Yurt Retreat at Mt Shasta
Get away from it all! Live in the round in this secluded 30 foot diameter luxury yurt with attached 12 foot bath yurt tucked amongst the cedars on Eddy Creek. Relax on the deck, enjoy the views, the sound of the creek, watch the wildlife, rest and read in the hammock or take a hike up the road into the Shasta-Trinity National Forest.
Additional sleeping. During summer months, an 18 foot tipi is available for ceremony, meditation and/or extra sleeping quarters (bring your own pads and bedding). An inflatable queen size bed is also available. for inside the yurt.
Enjoy world class fishing and white water rafting on the McCloud, Sacramento and Klamath rivers. Swim, kayak, canoe and fish in Lake Siskiyou, Castle Lake and Lake Shastina or hike to one of dozens of nearby mountain lakes. Mountain biking is just outside your door. Take in the waters at nearby Stewart Mineral Springs or enjoy on-site Breema™bodywork, private Yoga classes and Healing Sessions.
Kitchen is fully equipped. Bring your favorite foods and settle in. Most guests do not want to leave once they get here. The sleeping area includes a queen size bed and a bunk bed. Sleeps four comfortably. A gas heater and wood stove keep the yurt cozy in the winter.
If you are looking for outdoor adventure, we can direct you to the best mountain guides, rafting and fishing guides. If your retreat is about exploring your inner nature and nurturing your physical and spiritual well-being we can refer you to highly qualified and experienced bodywork and healing practitioners. The Mt Shasta area is world renowned as a natural wonder and spiritual center.
Note: In winter, a 4-wheel drive vehicle is often required. Chains are a must.
Keywords: Yurt, Mount Shasta, Wilderness Retreat, Hiking, Fishing, Kayaking, Rafting, Meditation
Lodging, vacation rental, Weed
In 1998, your hosts, Jean and Bill Anderson bought 40 acres along Eddy Creek, at the foot of Mount Eddy, with spectacular views of Mount Shasta. After summers in the tipi, they built and lived in the yurt for two years while designing and building a new house above the upper meadow. Jean is a Breema bodyworker and instructor, certified Yoga instructor, artist and has had a healing practice since 1996. 'Something about this land and the yurt supports rest, nurturing, renewal, creativity, adventure ... whatever our guests have come for.'
The Owner purchased this studio in 2005
As you contemplate your stay at Eddy Retreat we invite you to take the idea of vacation a little deeper and consider the option of an “intentional vacation” – using the ritual of vacation as an opportunity to create a breakthrough in one’s life, to explore an edge of potential growth, a habitual pattern of behavior or point of view which you would like to shed for a new way of being in the world. Your intention might involve risk, either emotional or physical, taking on a goal that’s been on the back of your mind for some time which fear or habit has kept you from exploring. Your vacation could be an adventure into this territory. An “intentional vacation” is an opportunity to set up your get away so that you come back a new person.
If you choose the option of an “intentional vacation” we offer support as facilitators of your adventure in self-discovery and breakthrough. Even before you arrive, Jean offers coaching to support you in creating your intention for your vacation. If your focus is on emotional or physical healing Jean offers her 20 years of experience as a practitioner of self-healing arts. She is a certified Yoga instructor and Breema™ practitioner. If your focus is on outdoor challenge and adventure we can refer you experienced guides to take you safely to your edge and beyond.
If an “intentional vacation” interests you, let us know when you call for reservations.
I highly recommend this place if you're looking to do some "glamping." We didn't leave the yurt at all the entire weekend, except to hike around the property. Great peek a boo views of mount shasta. Also really enjoyed the deck and bbq!
From the moment we arrived, we felt welcomed and comfortable. The yurt is extremely comfortable and well equipped. We really felt like we were part of the natural world again! I hope to return again before too long. Maybe a summer or winter get-away is next!
The yurt has everything one needs for a wonderful little getaway. The owners once lived in the yurt themselves so it really is a home away from home. Jean and Bill were very sweet and accommodating, and the land is incredibly beautiful. My intention was to be unplugged, but it was helpful that both my cell and internet worked (on my phone) without a problem. The town of Mt. Shasta is just about twenty minutes away. But really, the energy of all the trees and the creek running through the property---just sitting on the deck and watching the birds, jackrabbits, and lizards was the greatest time spent.
My husband, and I, with our 2 Giant Schnauzers, had an incredible time taking in the scenery and finding true peace and relaxation. We will always have fond memories of enjoying the eve, unwinding on the deck in front of the fire pit, exploring the creek, and dozing off cuddled with our pups in front of the woodstove. This is a very special place, and we all appreciated the unique opportunity to have experienced it!
Definitely a great place to go if you are interested in communing with nature while still enjoying some creature comforts (kitchen, bathroom etc). Jean is a wonderful hostess and also a fabulous Yoga instructor and Breema practitioner.
The yurt is beautiful both inside and outside. The interior is well designed with attention to detail that everyone admired. It is cozy, very, very clean. Everyone felt like at home. It is also spacious. Everyone slept comfortably.
The deck is also well constructed and both the deck and the outdoor furniture are well maintained too. This deck won our vote as the most inviting deck we had ever been to. We had meals, coffee on the deck. Kids played poker games. The whole family sat around the fire in the evening, talking, laughing and roasting marsh mallow.
This place is close to everything. We took a short drive on Highway 97 the second day and was in awe of the majestic Mt Shasta. We also hiked in a snowmobile park and was surprised to run into a huge wall of layers and layers of colorful volcanic rocks. We went to Lake Siskiyou the third day. The lake is beautiful. It is very popular and there are abundant shady picnic areas.
Everyone is happy and relaxed. Our stay at the yurt brought us closer to the nature and at the end it brings everyone in the family closer together.
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2 night minimum stay
|Notes||Pets are welcome at no charge. We do ask that guests pick up after their pets and do not allow them on the furniture.|
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