About this listing
PLEASE NOTE THAT GPS IS ONLY ACCURATE TO WITHIN A 1/4 MILE OF THE YURT'S LOCATION. You will need to read and follow the written directions to our listing.
Relax and rejuvinate in our 24 foot diameter yurt, overlooking the Carmel River and Big Sur Land Trust Songbird Sanctuary. The sounds of the river, the birds and the rustling trees will lull you to sleep after a soak under the stars in your private hot tub. We call it "glamping" - glamorous camping. This unique getaway is perfect for the outdoor enthusiast and for active folks who won't mind a 100 FOOT STROLL TO THE MAIN HOUSE TO USE THE SHOWER AND RESTROOM.
We are conveniently located less than 5 miles East of Hwy 1 and close to just about everything on the Monterey Peninsula: 10 minutes to Carmel-by-the-Sea, 20 minutes to the Monterey Bay Aquarium, 10 minutes to Carmel Valley Village, 20 minutes to Laguna Seca and Fort Ord National Monument, and 35 minutes to Big Sur- a logistical dream. There is also a public bus stop at the top of our driveway! As a bonus, if you are staying in the yurt for 2 or more nights we offer 2 free passes to the Monterey Bay Aquarium- an $80 value.
Spas- Carmel Refuge (2 mi) , Esalen (45.5 mi), Tassajara Zen Center (43.5 mi)
World Class Cycling (Sea Otter Classic)
World Class Mountain Biking (Sea Otter Classic)
Hiking (Point Lobos, Garland Park, & Big Sur)
We have lived in the area for 40 years and love sharing our local knowledge with our guests.
UberX (everyone's personal driver) is readily available in this area. You can easily get around without renting a car if you have an Uber account -just let us know in advance that this will be your preferred mode of transportation .
NO ANIMALS- (only members of the species Homo sapiens- human beings- may stay on the property)
No Smoking on the property.
Quiet hours are from 11pm to 8am.
Check in at 3pm- Check out at 10am.
Each additional guest over 2 will be charged an additional $30 fee per guest.
About the Host, Pete
My wife, Peggy, and I have lived on this property since 1984 and have never fallen out of love with it. It is the perfect combination of a rural setting yet only 10 minutes away from town. We are outdoor enthusiasts and have many wonderful family memories of not only camping by the river but of backcountry excursions as well. It was on one of these adventures, in Oregon to be exact, that Peg and our two daughters discovered yurts. They rented one at an Oregon State campground and truly loved the experience. Having a yurt on our property has added even more of a sense of serenity and peace to our home. It is with this in mind that we want to share it with others. There's something uniquely appealing and comforting, a feeling of being embraced by the round space and the abundance of natural light that
lends itself to living close to nature. We welcome you to give it a try.