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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!

Peaceful Secluded Old Rag Retreat 13

Images via Tom/Airbnb

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Marcin and Anissa are an inspiring couple who are designing beautiful, natural, and minimalist yurts for Yurta in Ontario, Canada.

They started their career designing lamps and emergency relief tents but transitioned to designing modern yurts when a man from the local Gatineau Park asked them to try their hand at building a lightweight and portable yurt.

They use natural materials including 100% wool felt, ash and cedar wood, and polyester cotton fabric. Their yurts fit into a 4×8″ trailer making them incredibly easy to move from place to place.

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Couple Building Modern Yurt as Super Portable Tiny Home

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