Located at the Nurture Through Nature Retreat Center in Denmark, Maine, the Mountain Brook Yurt is truly a hidden gem you don’t want to miss out on. The property sits up on a hill and is entirely secluded. The property features several yurts, cabins, tent sites, etc., nearby, but spread out far enough from one another to ensure you have a private experience. The retreat center offers several yoga retreats to connect with nature or you can book your own private stay for yourself! The yurt is entirely off-grid, meaning no running water or electricity. There are plenty of solar-powered lights, lanterns, and candles to use once it gets dark outside. The yurt features a two-burner cooktop, plenty of water in a jug, dish-washing bins, a wood-stove, a full bed, bunk beds, a lounger, and a pull-out futon for extra bedding, plenty of reading material, blankets and pillows, an outdoor fire pit, a picnic table and outdoor dish washing station, a large dining table with plenty of chairs, free indoor and outdoor firewood, and so much more. The yurt sits alongside a running stream, and is truly a beautiful area to explore on.
Located in Kennebunkport, Maine, alongside Maine’s beautiful coast, Sandy Pines is a true glamping paradise. The massive campground hosts hundreds of campsites, and has recently added a new option for “glamping” in style. Book a stay in a camp cottages, vintage airstreams, hideaway huts, cozy cabins, oasis domes, safari tents, shepherds huts, wagons, and family-sized glamp tents for the entire family to enjoy. The campground has a heated outdoor pool, several bathhouses with showers scattered throughout the property, activities for kids including a playground, a campground general store, a cafe and restaurant to dine at, and so much more. The glamp sites at Sandy Pines are truly unique and unlike anything you’ve ever experienced before. The detail and interior design is rustic, chic yet modern all at once. The “Hideaway Huts” are perfect for a solo travel weekend or a romantic getaway for two. The cabins include electricity, a cozy bed, bedside table stand (2), outdoor fire pit with camp chairs, a large cooler, small outdoor patio, free on-site parking, guest accessible free WiFi, a picnic table, and so much more. Don’t miss out on a coastal “glamping” getaway you won’t soon forget!
Tucked deep in Maine’s woods, the Crooked River Tiny Home is both secluded and cozy to say the least. Drive on an old dirt road off the beaten-path and find yourself at this private tiny home oasis. The cabin itself isn’t the only attraction to see, there’s a “guest house” that sleeps 2 comfortably with an composting privy on-site, along with a screen-house elevated porch that sits directly behind the cabin. The porch has a hammock, table with chairs to sit at, and couches to lounge in for ultimate relaxation. For the price you pay, this Airbnb stay is worth your buck. There’s so much to do on the small plot of land, and so much space to do it on! The cabin sits alongside the Crooked River, and there’s plenty of tubes, rafts, water games, etc., to indulge on during your stay. The tiny cabin itself is super cozy and has everything you need for a comfortable stay, including a full kitchenette, plenty of utensils, pots, pans, cups, plates, coffee mugs, a two-burner cooktop, a spacious cooler, lots of solar-powered flashlights and lanterns, a full sized solar-charging portal, lofted Queen sized bed, board games and cards, towels and fresh linens, extra wool blankets, cozy couch and living room, a wood-burning stove, all your basic cooking essentials (oil, pancake mix, flour, sugar, salt, tea, coffee, pepper, maple syrup, rice, spices – you name it, it has it), lots of books to read and detailed maps of the surrounding area, and an outdoor shower for the summer months. Do not miss your chance to book this tiny river oasis!
This off-grid Vermont, nordic-inspired, bohemian style cabin is truly a dream come true. If the wooden-barrel sauna doesn’t explain it all, the cabin decor most certainly will do the trick. The detail put into the interior and exterior of the cabin is absolutely phenomenal. The oversized futon pulls out into a cozy bed. The sauna is a few hundred feet from the cabin, as well as an outdoor shower, perfect for those hot summer days. There’s an outhouse privy and wash station to clean up or wash your dishes. The cabin sits behind a farm, and the host is sure to bring over fresh eggs for the morning! The cabin includes a queen sized bed, 5 gallon jug of water, washing bowl, plenty of utensils and cookware, plates, cups, bowls, etc., two-burner stove cooktop, mini fridge, fireplace with gas heating, small dining table, bookshelf stocked with plenty of good reads, tiny loft area for storage, and so much more. This is a truly unique New England glamping experience you don’t want to miss out on.
Located in the small town of Canterbury, New Hampshire, the Tiny Earth Cabin is a truly unique “glamping” experience unlike any other. From the moment you step inside, you will feel welcomed and amazed at the cabin’s detail. The cabin features a stove cooktop, jugged drinking water, cozy bed, plenty of utensils, bowls, cups, mugs, pots, pans, etc., outdoor patio and BBQ grill, outdoor shower, an outhouse privy directly behind the cabin, dish washing area and sink, an oven to cook, table with stool chairs, plenty of maps and books to read, an outdoor fire pit with camp chairs and a picnic table, a wood-stove, and just about anything else you can think of! Chance, is truly an interesting and resourceful host with plenty of knowledge on the cabin build and things to do in the surrounding area. The cabin is set back in the woods, making it your own private woodland oasis you won’t soon forget! Don’t miss out on a chance to stay in this unique cabin! It truly is a hidden gem to adore.
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