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Grand Canyon Glamping Eco-Yurt for up to 4 (#2)

Yurt hosted by Carrie
4 guests2 beds1 bath
Entire home
You’ll have the yurt to yourself.
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Best Hipcamp in Arizona according to Outside Magazine!
Large glamping yurt on 10 wooded acres. We are taking COVID19 precautions, disinfecting multiple times daily and you should not come into close contact with other guests. Perfect for couples, families or groups seeking an escape into nature. Composting bathroom and hot shower near the tent (May-Oct). Short drive from the town of Williams; 45 miles to Grand Canyon. Enjoy the peaceful landscape, mountain air, and beautiful night sky!

The space
The yurt has 1 queen-size, comfy floor bed and 1 fold-out futon. It can get chilly at night, even in the summer, but we provide lots of sheets and blankets, plus a heater available for rent if you need it! If you aren't used to mountain weather, consider bringing more extra blankets or a sleeping bag.

You'll have Wifi from our dish which works May-October. We do encourage our guests to disconnect, but if you choose to stay connected the internet is always available. Since we're out a ways from town, T-Mobile/Metro PCS is the only reliable cell network. AT&T does get a weak signal usually good for calls, same with Verizon.

The AirBnB area is on 10 acres of wild land. There are two other yurts and our van home on the property, but they are spread out so you'll have privacy. Check with us before having a campfire to make sure wind and weather conditions are favorable.

Our entire setup is done in a way to be as sustainable as possible. Most items are built from up-cycled wood and we tried to limit the use of concrete and plastics. The goal is for you to feel like you are comfortably part of the natural environment. Please respect the land and it will take care of you! We respectfully ask that you try your best not to use single-use plastic during your stay with us. We really need to change our habits in order to save the earth! We have reusable metal water bottles for sale if you need them.

Our toilet is a dry and composting toilet. It doesn't smell and also doesn't use any of our valuable water. We are happy to discuss with any and everyone the necessity of changing our habits if we are to create a better more sustainable world.

Our shower is outdoors and a really amazing experience. The water is heated by the sun, so on a cloudy day there may not be as much hot water as you are used to. The sun does come out nearly every day so this is rarely an issue. We are also in a very dry region, so we encourage less usage of water in general.

We provide drinking water, local information, plus a Grand Canyon park pass so you will save $35 going in. There are decent restaurants in town and Zach is a trained chef specializing in creative plant-based cuisine.

This is a place to chill out in nature, not a party place. We don't mind if you have a few drinks, but no loud music ever, or loud voices during quiet hours (9pm-8am). Be respectful to the fact that we are on a hill and sound carries easily, and we often have multiple groups staying at once.

No parking space for large vehicles or RVs. If you are bringing anything bigger than an SUV, please check with us in advance. 1 car per group! ​

What this place offers

Wifi
Free parking on premises
Pets allowed
Backyard
Luggage dropoff allowed
Long term stays allowed
Unavailable: Carbon monoxide alarm
Unavailable: Smoke alarm

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Where you’ll be

Williams, Arizona, United States

45 minutes from the Grand Canyon, 10 minutes from Bearizona, on an excellent country road for running or walking, just minutes from other hiking trails. About a mile down our road you enter the National Forest, real mountain wilderness.

Williams town is a cute cowboy town on historic Route 66 with lots of diners, art galleries, and Wild West memorabilia! The town is about 10 minutes drive and has everything you could need!

Hosted by Carrie

Joined in September 2014
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I'm an avid traveler who somehow landed myself in Williams, AZ. I’m a yoga teacher and photographer but I used to work in the hospitality industry so I know all about how to be a good guest and host! Also into photography and film, vegan food, and outdoor recreation.
I'm an avid traveler who somehow landed myself in Williams, AZ. I’m a yoga teacher and photographer but I used to work in the hospitality industry so I know all about how to be a g…
Co-hosts
  • Zachary
During your stay
Zach and Carrie live on the property and will be available in the mornings and evenings if needed.

We take social distancing seriously. You will be expected to follow guidelines to keep our space a healthy space.
  • Languages: English, Español
  • Response rate: 100%
  • Response time: within an hour
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Things to know

House rules
Check-in: 4:00 PM - 10:00 PM
Checkout: 10:00 AM
No smoking
No parties or events
Pets are allowed
Health & safety
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Airbnb's social-distancing and other COVID-19-related guidelines apply
No carbon monoxide alarm
No smoke alarm
Security Deposit - if you damage the home, you may be charged up to $100
Cancellation policy

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