≡ Menu

Enchanted Cordwood Yurt at Magic Forest Farms

It took five years and 200 volunteers, but this incredible, enchanting cordwood yurt is complete! The off-grid structure was built primarily from materials gathered on their 225-acre organic farm, and the results are fantastic. If you’re not familiar with cordwood construction, it’s the process of using short logs and mortar/cob to build a structure.

The natural materials make this such a cozy spot. Inside the home, you’ll find a queen bed, a kitchenette, a live-edge bench, a dining table, and a propane fireplace all circling a central vertical log with tons of character. It’s the perfect woodland hideaway!

Don’t miss other interesting geo domes and other tiny homes, join our Free Tiny House Newsletter for more stuff like this! 

This Natural Home Was Built by 200 Volunteers!

Magic Forest Farm’s Enchanted Cabin 1

Images via Airbnb/Jason

It’s tucked in a lovely woodland grove.

Magic Forest Farm’s Enchanted Cabin 7

Images via Airbnb/Jason

A dried tree truck stands at the center of the home.

Magic Forest Farm’s Enchanted Cabin 5

Images via Airbnb/Jason

An off-grid kitchen with curved countertops gives you a spot to make simple food.

Magic Forest Farm’s Enchanted Cabin 4

Images via Airbnb/Jason

The dining table provides seating for four.

Magic Forest Farm’s Enchanted Cabin 3

Images via Airbnb/Jason

The enchanting view from the queen bed.

Magic Forest Farm’s Enchanted Cabin 2

Images via Airbnb/Jason

A handcrafted trundle bed acts as a couch and additional sleeping space.

Magic Forest Farm’s Enchanted Cabin 9

Images via Airbnb/Jason

Enough windows let natural light flood in.

Magic Forest Farm’s Enchanted Cabin 10

Images via Airbnb/Jason

The stove is propane, which is easier for guests to use than wood.

Magic Forest Farm’s Enchanted Cabin 11

Images via Airbnb/Jason

Here you can see the handcrafted daybed better.

Magic Forest Farm’s Enchanted Cabin 12

Images via Airbnb/Jason

Now you have two more beds! Perfect for kids.

Magic Forest Farm’s Enchanted Cabin 13

Images via Airbnb/Jason

I love the colorful bottles in the wall.

Magic Forest Farm’s Enchanted Cabin 14

Images via Airbnb/Jason

Two burners and various pots supplied.

Magic Forest Farm’s Enchanted Cabin 15

Images via Airbnb/Jason

A live-edge bench provides more seating and storage.

Magic Forest Farm’s Enchanted Cabin 16

Images via Airbnb/Jason

I think that rocking chair is the best spot in the house!

Magic Forest Farm’s Enchanted Cabin 18

Images via Airbnb/Jason

The spot is solar-powered, so you’ll need to be conscious of energy usage.

Magic Forest Farm’s Enchanted Cabin 8

Images via Airbnb/Jason


After five years, this work of art is finally complete! This eco friendly building was mostly constructed with materials from our forest. Nearly 200 volunteers had a hand in helping over the years in its construction. It is built with cordwood masonry, round and unique. We are a working 225 acre organic farm and homestead that grows much of our own food. You will love our friendly animals, volunteers and miles of hiking trails. This is a off grid solar powered cabin with an outhouse nearby.

The Enchanted Cabin has a fire pit and an outdoor sun shower. Firewood is for sale at the wood stand by the fire pit for $10 a bundle. Kindling and fire starter are provided complimentary. We will also have seasonal items for sale which you can inquire about when you book. Through our passion for excellent seasonal vegetarian cuisine and our love for our farm animal friends, we hope to be an inspiring example of sustainable homesteading.

The cabin has minimal water with very low pressure for washing dishes and showering but does not have drinking water. Be sure to bring your own. Containers can be filled up at a sink behind our barn, however this is well water and not treated in any way. We drink this water but we are not supposed to serve it to the public without chlorinating it. The 5 gallon jugs provided for washing dishes and filling camp shower bag can be refilled at the barn. Msg us and we’ll show you.

This is a rustic cabin located deep in the forest and you might see small creatures, like mice or chipmunks, or insects. If you are afraid of insects or small forest creatures don’t book!

Both being avid outdoor enthusiasts, we enjoy encouraging people to reconnect with nature and the food they are consuming by experiencing our farm and forest.

Learn more

Related stories

You can share this using the e-mail and social media re-share buttons below. Thanks!

If you enjoyed this you’ll LOVE our Free Daily Tiny House Newsletter with even more!

You can also join our Small House Newsletter!

Also, try our Tiny Houses For Sale Newsletter! Thank you!

More Like This:  Tiny Houses | Yurts | Dome Homes | Cob Home | Tiny House Vacations | Airbnb

See The Latest: Go Back Home to See Our Latest Tiny Houses

The following two tabs change content below.

Natalie C. McKee

Natalie C. McKee is a contributor for Tiny House Talk and the Tiny House Newsletter. She's a wife, and mama of three little kids. She and her family are homesteaders with sheep, goats, chickens, ducks and quail on their happy little acre.

Latest posts by Natalie C. McKee (see all)

{ 0 comments… add one }

Leave a Comment

This site uses Akismet to reduce spam. Learn how your comment data is processed.