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Tiny Yurt In The Woods On Six Acres In Vermont


On a six-acre homestead in Vermont, nestled in the trees, sits this amazing luxury yurt — equipped for all four seasons! Just outside the yurt is a large curved deck where you’ll find an outdoor shower and the outhouse, along with two lawn chairs where you can sit and sip coffee while enjoying nature.

Inside the yurt is a double bed, seating, and a kitchenette where you can easily cook full meals. There’s a wood-burning stove you can use in the cool months to keep the yurt warm and toasty. This is a perfect romantic getaway!

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Four-Season Yurt with Wood-Burning Stove

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I love the natural light pouring from the middle skylight.

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The kitchen features handcrafted cabinets.

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I love the natural wood rafters.

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The deck connects the outhouse and shower to the main yurt.

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This wide-angle shot lets you see the whole yurt.

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The arched doorway to the deck.

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It looks magical at night!

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And very cozy in the snow.

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Misty morning views of the forest from the deck.

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Here’s the mini wood-burning stove.

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The outhouse is just steps away via the deck.

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The outhouse, private outdoor shower, the yurt, wood storage, and the deck that connects it all. 🙂

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Look how peaceful this looks!

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The warm glow inside.

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Highlights:

  • Scrupulously clean; we follow and exceed CDC guidelines
  • Within 45 – 60 min. of multiple ski resorts
  • Very comfortable, beautifully appointed
  • Woodstove, private deck
  • Full kitchen, outdoor shower**
  • WiFi, electricity, full plumbing
  • Abundant nearby swimming and trails
  • Updates

If you’d like to book your stay, head over to Airbnb here. For updates, follow the house on Instagram here.

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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.

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  • Philippa Alderton
    April 22, 2021, 1:08 pm

    Um. I might be OK, for a warmer area, but trying to take a shower in 10 below weather would mean I wouldn’t be bathing all winter! Never mind, the joy of a midnight outhouse run. I suspect it would be much better if it were large enough for an indoor shower/toilet, or else if there were a second heated yurt, with kitchen and bathroom available.

  • Marsha Cowan
    April 23, 2021, 8:41 pm

    I am not a fan of yurts, but this one is amazing and beautiful. I love the pole beams and natural woods, and the handcrafted furniture is gorgeous. It is the perfect amount of space and seems very comfortable. We owned a Fisher wood stove in our first home 42 years ago and loved it. The decks are so pretty and perfect leading to all the facilities. I grew up with outdoor “Johns”, so the thought of going outside to use the bathroom seems normal and natural to me. In fact, I am thinking of having an outdoor John here with a composting toilet in it. As far as the shower, in the winter you can bathe indoors in the sink, right? I have used a sink for bathing ever since I got into this tiny house movement, and it is easy and relaxing. Yep, I am a fan of this yurt. Great job!

  • Theresa Perdue
    May 1, 2021, 11:23 am

    Interesting.

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