About The Yurt at Viking Longhall
For the camper that wants a little more comfort we present for your consideration our 18'-diameter yurt. It contains 2 twin beds, and a double it also boasts a wooden floor. Very romantic getaway, cozy family get together or just socialising with friends this could be just the site your looking for.
Sitting on the 5-acre Viking Longhall campground, the site contains some quite unusual unique buildings the yurt, a 16' Viking wedge tent, two small cottage buildings, a screened in bar, a medieval war wagon and the 60-foot Longhall all surrounded by a creek on three sides giving it a very private secluded feel.
The area boasts many activities including hiking,canoeing,wildlife watching,star gazing,biking or touring the Adena cultural sites or shoping in the Amish stores.
The yurt campsite is very spacious with its own fire ring and canopied dining area.cooking can be done on the fire or a 5 ring grill.All bedding is supplied along with pots, pans, eating utensils, plates, cups, towels, many candles, lamps. In fact, probably everything you will need.its as simple as packing your clothes, food and drink and heading out to your own fantasy camping experience we will even bring you coffee in the morning!
- Listing type: Private
- No. of sites: 1
- Accessible by: Drive
- Accommodation: Cabins & Lodging
- Check in after: 2PM
- Check out before: 12PM
- Cancellation policy: Moderate
- On arrival: Meet and greet
- Minimum nights: None
- Accepts bookings: 12 months out
- Weeknight discount: 20% off
- Response time: Within 6 hours
- Response rate: 100%
The vibe at The Yurt at Viking Longhall
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Upon our arrival to The Yurt at Viking Longhall, we were greeting by our host David who beckoned us by flashlight to the gated entrance of the camp. Having arrived after dark, we drove down the narrow path to the open grassy area light only by our headlights and small tea lights around the site. We hoped out of the car and met David, who led us to our personal campsite – this is where our jaws dropped. The area was light with what seemed like a hundred candles hanging from trees, adorning the end tables around the crackling fire’s benches, the covered picnic table… Having just left a hectic week at work, this was exactly what we needed. It immediately put us at ease and we forgot any stress from the day.
David showed us around the camp, which had a huge grill, a tree platform, campfire, dining area, hammock and two chairs he set up behind the Yurt that leaned all the way back to star gaze. He seemed to have thought of everything. There was a first-aid-kit under the grill with a fire extinguisher, flashlights on the table, bug spray… He even had a walkie-talkie inside the Yurt in case of emergencies so we could radio to him at his house up the hill. And the Yurt… wow! We walked in and it was like a dream. Candles, lanterns, tree lights, pillows and blankets galore. It had a double bed (super comfy), and two single beds. David then showed us to the beautifully built outhouse and shower house with hot water! I mean seriously, how many campsites have hot water showers?? He bid us goodnight and we proceeded to cook hot-dogs, drink wine and stargaze the rest of the night. It was absolutely wonderful.
David greeted us in the morning with freshly brewed coffee and stories of how the campsite came to be and the large group of family and friends who built it along the years.
David was an exceptional host - it was an experience we'll certainly never forget.
This is a wonderful and unique property. Spent a romantic evening in the yurt. It did get cold overnight, but the bed was cozy and with the propane heater going, we slept very well. The hosts have arranged everything with such care that we wanted for nothing. All we had to bring with us was some food in a cooler. Highly recommended.
The only thing more epic than a viking village in Southwestern Ohio is the epic hospitality that you will receive from the hosts! From the minute that we arrived up until the minute that we left, they made us feel as welcome as an old friend. Also, while being extremely attentive, they were never "in our face" and were very careful to give whatever level of privacy that we wanted.
The yurt, longhouse, and grounds are not the easiest to accurately describe and are best to be experienced firsthand. The other two reviews thus far do describe this experience very well.
Just prepare yourself for a truly unique experience that is rustic, but will also leave you feeling spoiled.