One of the lovely parts about yurt-living is the built-in skylight in the center of the yurt roof. This one sends “Orange Sunshine” into the interior, thus the building’s quaint name.
This electricity-free structure sits in the “middle of nowhere” with beautiful river views and plenty of natural seclusion. In the cold months you can light the woodburning stove, and there’s a queen bed and futon where guests can sleep.
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Four-Season Yurt in Nova Scotia
I love the wood burning stove in the center.
This groovy futon acts as a secondary bed.
Hand-crafted kitchenette with pottery mugs.
There’s a two-burner camp stove for cooking.
A great selection of books.
Here’s where you can sit down for a meal.
What a cozy spot!
Hand-painted details on the walls.
Relax in a hammock and take an outdoor shower.
And here’s a milled wood outhouse.
Enjoy s’mores by the outdoor fire pit.
Steps down to the riverbank.
And this is the view!
- Right on the river
- Open concept yurt
- Living space
- Queen bed
- Wood stove
- Dining area
- Kitchenette (with propane stove & cookware)
- Private outhouse
- Walk 5 mins down a groomed trail (so pack light!)
- No electricity, so prepare to unplug!
- Cast iron wood-burning stove, with indoor kindling & firewood provided
- Outdoor shower
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