If you want a vacation to get away from it all but still enjoy all of life’s creature comforts (including a dishwasher), then this yurt tucked in the Virginia woods.
This is a perfect example of a livable yurt with a full kitchen and a full bathroom that even has a washer and dryer. The cozy wood-burning stove keeps you warm if there’s a bite in the air.
Enjoy the photo tour below.
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This Yurt Has No Other Buildings in Sight!
Nothing better than a cozy wood-burning stove.
A full kitchen — with dishwasher! — for preparing meals.
Great spot to get away from it all.
Comfortable couch turns into another bed.
Queen bed in the bedroom.
Full indoor bathroom with washer & dryer.
A screened-in porch takes the fun outdoors.
Great place to enjoy coffee.
Arial view of the spot.
There’s no one in sight!
The yurt is perched on a large raised deck high on a mountainside looking out over the fields of the Virginia Piedmont and Old Rag Mountain in the Shenandoah National Park. Complete privacy awaits – there are no other homes within sight! The only thing you will hear at night are the sounds of the forest. The yurt will comfortably sleep four (two in the queen sized bed in the bedroom and two on the queen sized fold-out couch). The screened-in porch provides a relaxing place to listen to the birds and enjoy nature, safe from mosquitoes and rain.
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