We enjoyed our stay in Vermont. The yurt was very comfortable and our host "Bonna" catered to all of our needs including the use of her home too i...
We enjoyed our stay in Vermont. The yurt was very comfortable and our host "Bonna" catered to all of our n...
Description of Glamping Units
Listen to the singing of the creek nearby. The cozy, pet-friendly yurt is 20 feet in diameter. It’s spacious and comfortably fits two-three people. This accommodation is the perfect place to escape from the rest of the world. Pets are welcome to sleep inside the accommodation in comfort alongside their owners. Inside the yurt, glampers will sleep on a rustic handmade, wooden loft bed. The room downstairs has a double fold out futon. The yurt has a kitchen area, a sitting area, a wood stove, and a composting outhouse. Other things to expect within the yurt include a full-sized loft bed area, a double futon couch that can convert into a bed, a coffee table, an electric light, and a coleman white gas stove. There are also pots, pans, a cutting board, cooking and eating utensils, cleaning supplies, a broom, a dust pan, a sink.
There is a Coleman stove for cooking and an outside grill, a small sink, and a cooler is available to keep food outside, with ice bottles that you can rotate from the freezer in the main house. There is a shower inside or outside at this yurt, with hot water (guests can carry a bucket of water from the creek, and pump through the hot water heater to the shower). Guests will also have dry firewood. In winter, guests may want to keep the fire going at night by stoking it once in the middle of the night— especially on cold nights. In the summer, the windows open up with screens.
Some things glampers might want to think about bringing include appropriate clothes for the weather, sleeping bags and slippers, a blow-up mattress or airbed for additional accommodation, and food. Read More
- Dining table
- Fire pit
- Kitchen equipment
- Linens provided
- Lounge/Living room
- Queen-size bed
- Sofa bed/Futon
- Wood-burning stove
This beautiful, pet-friendly yurt in Vermont is located on the host's property. In fact, she can see the yurt right from her very own house, and she calls this little set-up "camping in style". While glamping here, guests can use the bathroom in the host's house or use the outhouse.
The yurt has two solar-electric lights that illuminate the entire space.
- Bicycle storage
- Fire pit
- Patio furniture
- Shared bathroom
Location + Surroundings
Located in Thetford Center, Vermont, just 19 miles north of West Lebanon, New Hampshire, and close to Burlington, glampers will find this cozy and rustic yurt available during the summer months. This accommodation is on a 10-acre property surrounded by hundreds of acres of accessible land with trails for hiking, snowshoeing, cross-country, back-country skiing, and so much more. It is down a trail to the creek. Read More
The host of this site is actually an ACA kayaking instructor, and in addition to teaching, she also leads kayaking excursions. She can accommodate any and all level types. Apart from kayaking lessons, she also teaches cross country skiing and camping and outdoor skills. She specializes in teaching cross country skiing to kids of all ages, and she has skis available for them, as well as some adult skis and boots. In her outdoor skills lessons, she teaches fire building (without using paper or matches), cooking on a fire, compass work, natural history, and much more. There are also natural arts activities that guests can ask about. She offers fiber arts (with alpaca fiber felting), weaving/spinning, clay, block printing, tie dying, and more.
Depending on which class guests would like and how many people are in the group, prices may vary. Guests should message the host for more details. Read More
- Bird watching
- Winter sports
This pet-friendly site offers a ton of activities, and there is even a special set of workshops for children. In addition to that, there are kayak excursions, winter cross-country ski and snowshoe trips, and outdoor explorations. The site's host can outfit glampers and their pets with kayaks, instruction, and guiding if guests would like, as well as gear for cross country skiing. The property is located near a river, which guests and their water-loving pets are encouraged to enjoy. Guests might also be interested in the nearby Lake Morey Ice Skating Trail, which is the longest skating trail in the U.S. It's just a half hour from the glamping site. The Lake Morey Resort keeps the ice clear and offers nordic skates for rent.
- You will receive a full refund if you cancel at least 7 days prior to check-in.
- You will be charged for one full night’s stay plus 50% of the cost of the rest of the stay if you cancel within 7 days of check-in.
Dogs of all sizes are welcome at this property, and there is a $10 pet fee for each dog. There is also a resident cat at the property owned by the host.
Guests are asked to keep in mind that if they are traveling with larger groups, this glamping site has more accommodations available. The host can rent out two bedrooms in her house that each have a double-sized bed, and she can also provide mattresses for more travelers. Apart from that, the host also has two six-person tent platforms that can be rented out. For more details on these options, please message the host.
The main house can be used at all times by the guests for water, showers, and the bathroom. Glampers can also get drinking water at the nearby house.
Upon booking confirmation, the host will send guests all sorts of information they need to know before staying in the yurt. Guests should bring their own sleeping begs and bedding. If they choose to use the bedding and sheets the host has, they must pick them up at the end of their stay and bring them to the host's house. Read More