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Bartlett's Blueberry Farm Yurt

· Newport, Sullivan, New Hampshire
2 acres hosted by Courtney H.
1 lodging site
Our 24' yurt is located on our family-run blueberry farm (pick your own mid-July to late Aug) with views of Mt Sunapee. Nestled between Newport and Sunapee you will have access to the area's highlights, Lake Sunapee (swimming and boating) and Mt Sunapee (hiking and biking), but will enjoy the peaceful nature of being tucked back in the woods on our working farm. Please note that we're only accepting bookings from mid May to early September as the yurt is not winterized.Built with love the yurt is comfortable and welcoming. Guests should expect an experience that would be considered "glamping" while staying with us. The inside offers a double bed, futon that can sleep two, a table, lounge chair and stove for heating. Stargazing through the dome is a must! There is no kitchen in the yurt but we do offer clean drinking water and glasses to use. A port-a-potty just outside the yurt serves as the bathroom facilities with a custom-built hand washing station to clean up. There is no shower available. All lights are solar lights which charge throughout the day. There is a solar charger available if needed for devices, guests must place it outside to charge if wanting to use it :) Outside you'll find a fire pit area (we have firewood available) and the patio deck offers views of Mt Sunapee perfect for enjoying a drink at sunset. Guests will have full access to the property where the yurt is located and are more than welcome and encouraged to explore the farm during the blueberry season. Outside of our picking season guests are welcome to reach out for a visit to get to know the farm or to use the swing set and sand pit that's great for kids!
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J B.recommends
April 16, 2024
Bartlett's Blueberry Farm Yurt
A fine yurt in a secluded woods with the best view of Mt. Sunapee around.
Newport, Sullivan, New Hampshire, United StatesTraditional, ancestral territory of Wabanaki (Dawnland Confederacy), N’dakina (Abenaki / Abénaquis), and Pennacook First Nations according to To respect the Host's privacy, the precise address of this land will be provided after booking

Hosted by Courtney H.

Joined in October 2023
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