The Yurt or 'Ger' is a Mongolian structure, comparable to a First Nations Tipi. Used by nomadic peoples, it was originally made of felt and furs. After being westernized by folks from Oregon and British Columbia, the Yurt has been transformed.
Hand painted from ceiling to floor, our Mongolian Yurts are 16.5-19 feet in diameter with their own deck. The cozy, insulated interior features comfortable beds, one electrical outlet and a skylight. Bathrooms/shower available a short distance away. Japanese cedar soaking tubs are available for surcharge next to the yurts, some with an unbeatable view of the Atlantic Ocean, Bird Islands and our freshwater pond. Can comfortably sleep 2-5 people, depending on the yurt you choose. Most of them are also pet friendly!
The yurts we have available are:
Big Orange yurt - Double bed and single bed, wood stove, pet friendly and private deck
Little Orange yurt - Double bed, electricity and pet friendly
Little Red yurt - Double bed
Sky yurt - Double bed
Blue yurt - Double bed, electricity and pet friendly
Forest yurt - Double bed and twin bed, wood stove, electricity, private deck, and pet friendly
Cedar yurt - this yurt is different and made out of cedar wood with Queen bed, Bunk beds (2 twin), electricity, wood stove, private deck and pet friendly
Big Red yurt - Queen bed, single bed, Foldout twin bed (couch), wood stove, electricity, pet friendly
All yurts do not have bathrooms inside but they are close by bath houses or lodge bathrooms and showers.