Cozy Yurt Bordering Mesa Verde


Yurt hosted by Rachael And Duff

5 guests, 2 beds, Half-bath
Entire home
You’ll have the yurt to yourself.
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Great location
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Rustic, solar-powered yurt adjacent to Mesa Verde National Park on 35 secluded acres. Stunning scenery and a peaceful environment. A unique, Colorado "glamping" experience. Enjoy an environmentally-friendly way to visit the Four Corners.

The space
The yurt is a round structure which is open with a high ceiling. There is a futon which folds out into a double bed. Additionally, there is an artisan-crafted sleeping loft with a full-sized memory foam mattress. The loft has a plexi-glass dome above it which allows in natural light and where you can see a gazillion stars at night. A cot and two floor mattresses are available as well as a pack-n-play. We supply clean linens, pillows, and warm blankets for the two double beds or you can use your own sleeping bags. The yurt is heated by a wood stove only and powered by solar panels.

Where you'll sleep

Common space
1 double bed, 1 sofa bed, 3 floor mattresses, 1 crib

What this place offers

Valley view
Mountain view
Free parking on premises
Pets allowed
Indoor fireplace
Luggage dropoff allowed
Unavailable: Carbon monoxide alarm
Unavailable: Smoke alarm

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4.95 out of 5 stars from 193 reviews


Where you’ll be

Mancos, Colorado, United States

It's a beautiful, desert landscape with pinon and pine trees, scrub oak, sage, and natural grasses. The 360-degree views are spectacular. And, it smells wonderful. Although it's easily accessed from the highway, it is very secluded and quiet. There are no streetlamps or paved roads in the near vicinity.

Hosted by Rachael And Duff

  1. Joined in May 2015
  • 193 Reviews
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My wife and I LOVE to camp. At least, we did. Before we had kids. Before our bones started to ache from sleeping on the ground on our meager inflatable pads. We loved waking up at dawn to chirping birds and scampering squirrels and we ignored the two inches of frozen sleet weighing down our sagging tent. Most mornings we would also ignore our frozen noses, puffy eyes, and damp feet due to the puddle that formed on the tent floor during the stormy night. The beautiful views, the fresh air, and the crackling warmth of a campfire made up for that. But then our baby came along. And camping with babies is a challenge. So we decided that the yurt I had erected during my Thoreau-inspired bachelor days would be a suitable compromise. It would bring us (and our babies) closer to nature. We could still enjoy spectacular solitude, a crackling campfire, and the night sky replete with millions of stars. Yet, in the comfort of the yurt, we could sleep on a real mattress, have running water whenever we wanted, and turn on lights when it got dark. With our busy lives now, however, we are unable to escape to the yurt as often as we would like. We didn't want our Mongolian ger nestled in this little patch of heaven to get lonely. So, we invite you, our next guest, to come experience the beautiful, natural environment of Southwest Colorado -- the place where the Ancestral Puebloans called home a thousand years ago. We love sharing it with those who, like ourselves, like to be close to nature but also like to have many of the comforts of home.
My wife and I LOVE to camp. At least, we did. Before we had kids. Before our bones started to ache from sleeping on the ground on our meager inflatable pads. We loved waking up at…

During your stay

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Things to know

House rules

Check-in: After 3:00 PM
Checkout: 11:00 AM
No smoking
No parties or events
Pets are allowed

Health & safety

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Security Deposit - if you damage the home, you may be charged up to $200

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