Glamping in the San Juans! Our bungalow-style yurt sits in a totally private meadow. Enjoy views of the Olympic Mountains, bald eagles overhead, beautiful beaches and great biking. Queen bed, cozy linens, outhouse and Coleman stove provided.
If you like back country camping, or the feeling of privacy on a spectacular island, you will love this yurt. There is no running water or electricity, but we will provide a Coleman stove, LED lantern, and bottled water, plus linens (sheets, pillows & down comforter) for the bed, as well as a listing of our favorite things to do and places to go on the island. Beautiful beaches, trail hikes, and excellent cycling are all around; kayaking and whale watching, wine tasting and community events are also accessible. This is a center-island location, nestled next to a working farm and many acres of forested land. The central location is perfect for exploring the whole island.
The queen bed is very comfortable for 2 adults. There is floor space for additional people (probably 2 adults or a few kids), but mats/bedding are not provided for additional guests. The outhouse adjacent to the yurt serves as the bathroom. Showers, should you need one, are available in town at the Village Park.
Disponible para huéspedes
Guests may have access to organic vegetables and fruit from our garden and orchard, depending on season and availability.
Atención a los huéspedes
If we are home, we would love to meet you!
Otros aspectos destacables
The only reservation we've ever had to cancel was the last reservation of last season due to a severe windstorm warning! The guest couldn't cancel without penalty, so we cancelled for him. The yurt is now only open between Memorial Day and Labor Day to avoid this happening in the future. Thanks!
Please do not drive your car across the hay field -- stay on the driveway only.
And no camp fires in the meadow, please.
Hi! We are a family of three -- a writer; a software guy; and a boy who loves dragons, robots, and engineering everything. We like to grow fruit & veg, bake, eat, hike, paint, read, and hang out by the campfire.