This 14-foot yurt is a short walk of about 50 yards from the guest parking. You will pass our 30-ft family yurt going to your own private space. The property has a great remote feeling and has space to move around. There is a queen custom futon bed and room for a child or two on the floor if desired. There is a small gravity feed water system for the yurt and your own privat
This 14-foot yurt is a short walk of about 50 yards from the guest parking. You will pass our 30-ft family yurt going to your own private space. The property has a great remote feeling and has space to move around. There is a queen custom futon bed and room for a child or two on the floor if desired. There is a small gravity feed water system for the yurt and your own private outhouse. Plenty of wood for you to stay warm by the fire and an outdoor shower shared by our family. The kitchen comes with pots and pans, plates, etc. and a few extras. You will hear the sounds of nature and North Idaho at times out in your yurt as trains pass through the valley to Canada. We are 1.5 miles away from the tracks. If you are into being independent and open to new experiences then we would love to share our space with you.
Please park just past the garage on the cedar path by the cluster of trees. Recommended for you to bring a headlamp and outdoor slippers to walk to the outhouse or shower during your stay. We have towels and a robe at the yurt for your use. We can provide a Therm-a-rest bed for your child if needed.
- Check in: After 4PM
- Check out: Before 11AM
- Cancellation policy: Strict
- On arrival: Meet and greet
- Minimum nights: 1 night
- Accepts bookings: 6 months out Weeknight discount: 8% off
- Response time: Within 12 hours
- Response rate: 100%
Offered on the Host's property or nearby.
Natural features you'll find at Small Yurt Tucked in the Woods in Idaho.
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I’m coming back
Again I had an incredible time at the little Yurt in the woods. The title may have the word little but don’t let it fool you. This little Yurt has a Huge personality of its own. The hosts, both husband and wife, make it accommodating and welcoming.
Yurt outside sandpoint
Comfy bedding in Todd’s yurt. Other reviews mentioned about Todd’s dog barking upon arrival. Luckily we are dog people, this dog is actually friendly and just wanted to sniff and say hi. She was good with our dog too. Outhouse is an outhouse but the yurt was great.
A couple nights with the deer
My Mom stayed in this yurt for a week back in May and took me here the first week in September for a couple night and it was amazing! While staying there you are surrounded by beautiful forest with all the amenities you would want. At dusk and into the night we had a family of deer come by the camp which was incredible to experience. Also, during our hikes around the area the family dog would join us and was a great companion. The overall experience was amazing and I feel completely recharged. My Mom and I will both be staying here again.
I loved staying at this sweet, homey yurt. I had a peaceful and serene experience, and it was rejuvenating to stay here in the midst of mostly camping.
A great place to breathe deep and be with nature, while being cozy and comfortable.
Magical forest yurt hideaway
We loved staying in the yurt. It was delightfully cozy with amazing views of the stars and very comfortable bed. Felt like a very magical forest hideaway. All the essentials are included in the yurt and some very cute touches to the outdoor seating area and beyond. Very close to a great swimming creek and some beautiful views of Idaho. Highly recommend.
Forest bathing and canoeing
The land, the people, the yurt itself. What a wonderful grounding experience in nature, and what a magical place! Todd and Monica are so kind and hospitable. They have done an amazing job cultivating their land. Then, to share it with others is a very special thing. We even rented a canoe from Todd and went out to the Pack River inlet by Lake Pend Oreille for a bit! It was our first time but he gave us some tips. Just a heads up for the folks who aren't used to glamping, make peace with the outhouse and composting toilet experience, as well as the outdoor shower. It will change your perspective on how to live more simply, and you will feel invigorated being in harmony with the nature around you.
The yurt was cozy and well stocked, we loved the wood stove! It was so peaceful looking out into the forest and listening to the birds, and stargazing at night. The location feels remote but still close to tons of recreation and dining options. I would have liked to feel a little more secluded from the main yurt, but I think in spring/summer months the leaves would fill in the space a bit more than during our stay. Overall I would definitely recommend it and hope to return!