Warm or cold days. Sun, rain, snow, storm, winter-darkness or endless summer daylight.
Staying in a yurt is a very pure experience. It's the perfect place to unwind.
A weekend, midweek, week... or your whole holiday.
The yurt stays cool in the summer and warm when it's cold outside because of it's thick felt insulation.
The wood burning stove keeps it nice and warm inside.
Being together in a round space is special. We know this from experience and we often hear it from our guests. A yurt provides a cosy atmosphere of security and tranquillity, uncluttered and functional.
In Mongolia, the yurt is called a Ger, which means 'house' or 'home'. It is a house for the nomadic way of living in Mongolia. With its sophisticated design and atmosphere, the yurt invites us to go back to our roots;
the simplicity of our existence.