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Western Maine Yurts

Western Maine Yurts
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About Us

Western Maine Yurts offers an elevated camping experience with comfort and features that provide a unique lodging alternative. Nestled in 128 acres of woods in Bethel, Maine, our 8 yurts keep you close to nature with convenient proximity to Main Street. Our private, solar powered yurts comfortably sleep 4 with a queen sized bed and lofted queen bed. They are fully furnished with a living room seating area, raw edge tables, and a kitchenette stocked with cutlery, serving utensils, enameled dinnerware for 4, a percolator, small pot and pan, and propane camp stove. Each yurt is heated with a wood burning stove (firewood provided!), keeping you toasty warm and offering the ultimate in cozy four season camping. Outhouses are conveniently located at each yurt site and a centralized bath house offers radiant heat, flushing toilets, hot showers, and a water filling station at each sink. The small solar system powers the 12v interior and exterior LED lights and 4 USB outlets for charging electronics. Each yurt has a private outdoor seating area with adirondack chairs placed under the strings of outside lights. A larger common seating area is offered adjacent to the bathhouse. Guests will enjoy the surrounding forest and wetlands on trails that we are continuing to expand.

We are dog friendly for up to two dogs, and pet waste bags are provided inside each rental.

Reserve a stay online and experience the beauty of western Maine from our stylish industrial/rustic yurt rentals.

Highlights

  • Dog Friendly w/pet fee
  • Handicap Accessible
  • Firewood provided
  • Contactless Check in
  • Online Bookings

Images

"The Wild"
Inside a yurt
Another inside yurt view
Kitchenette and island table
Rough timber loft bed area with 2 queen beds
The Ellis
The Swift- Wheelchair accessible
Bathhouse sinks
Bathhouse showers and toilet stalls
The Swift adjacent to the Bathhouse
Winter at the yurts
A trail between yurts
The Swift, wheelchair accessible
The Wild, propane stove

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