This yurt is rustic, with double bed loft, living area with couch and woodstove, kitchen area and table/chairs. It is down a hill (steps and across the wetland on pallets/boards) down at the creek, down the steep pallet trail from the driveway. The 20' yurt is available year-round. It is insulated, has a woodstove for heat, cooking facilities, sink with drain. Use of mai
This yurt is rustic, with double bed loft, living area with couch and woodstove, kitchen area and table/chairs. It is down a hill (steps and across the wetland on pallets/boards) down at the creek, down the steep pallet trail from the driveway. The 20' yurt is available year-round. It is insulated, has a woodstove for heat, cooking facilities, sink with drain. Use of main house for bathroom in the winter. Shower house for 3 seasons. Drinking water is from hose 3 seasons just outside, and in winter carry water from the main house, with hot water possible inside yurt. There is an outhouse near the main house, and a shower house near the top of the trail. Carry firewood down from the top of the trail--wood heated. Use ice bottles from the freezer at the main house, or bring your own to put into the refrigerator. Well-insulated with Roxul.
- Check in: After 12PM
- Check out: Before 12PM
- Cancellation policy: Moderate
- On arrival: Go straight to camp
- Minimum nights: 1 night
- Accepts bookings: 12 months out
- Response time: Within 12 hours
- Response rate: 100%
Offered on the Host's property or nearby.
I teach and rent out kayaks, nearby 1 mile pond is 2 1/2 miles away
Description of hiking trails is in the yellow folder at the main house, I can email it to you also.
I teach and rent out cross country ski gear.
Nearby swimming holes and lakes
Natural features you'll find at 20' yurt at the creek in Vermont.
2 1/2 miles away, another large lake 15 minutes away
Prairie, meadow, or plain
Lovely field behind the house
But not to the yurt itself--it is a walk-in. Park in turn around on the left of the driveway at the bottom of the hill, howeve...Read more
The vibe at 20' yurt at the creek
Places to see near Bold Paths Retreat land
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Perfect for experienced outdoorsmen
This place was amazing! We were a little worried upon entry, some of the elements of the site looked a bit unkempt, and we weren't sure what the weekend would hold. But within minutes, we were greeted ecstatically by Blaire, the resident puppy owned by David of the property. The yurt itself was big and beautiful, it was clean upon entry and stocked with wood, kindling, newspaper, a solar generator (wasn't as effective as we hoped, but did the job), a Coleman grill, propane heater, full tank of propane, as well as bedding, dishes, candles, maps, and everything necessary for a cozy stay. That said ***To enjoy this stay you MUST be experienced in outdoor living i.e. making fires, preparing for inclement weather, staying safe at night, and be extremely environmentally conscious.*** As long as that's not an issue, this place will suit you extremely well for a getaway from the outside world.