The Yurt at Rivendell

  based on 1 reviews
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  • SQF 500

Description

What exactly is an Octadecagon?  At Lothlorien Woods our "Yurt" is an 18-sided, custom-built and exquisitely appointed wilderness cabin unlike any other.  Over two years in construction, Roy Conant, allowed the spirit of the "Yurt" and the materials incorporated therein to guide the realization of a sweet, peaceful, and relaxing accessible wilderness respite,    Accessible from inside the "Yurt" is a bathroom with a roll-in shower with seat and other facilities with transfer provisions.

Largely constructed from materials lovingly and gently harvested on-site, the Yurt at Rivendell is a sanctuary of peace and serenity, a place for rejuvenation and inspiration.  Step back in time to a stress-free existence while the sun, the moon and the stars wink at you through the gentle undulations of the 100 year-old Douglas Firs Trees and the "Dome" of the Yurt itself.  Relish the radiance of tranquility in your sojourn to heartsease and inspiration.  

Privacy abounds in this Awesome Cabin, situated all by itself in the midst of forest and meadow, of breathtaking beauty and sumptuous simplicity.  Relax in your very own teakwood hot tub on a private deck overlooking the wonders of nature.  Be at peace with life and nature in our pastoral cabin while being just a short distance from the wondrous Columbia River Gorge, it's world-renowned spectacular scenery and waterfalls, and the bucolic villages which line its shores. From Spring through Autumn, the Wild and Scenic White Salmon and Klickitat Rivers, just few miles away, offer White Water Rafting, Kayaking, Canoeing, Fishing, Swimming, and other water sports

The Yurt at Rivendell is "Glamping" at its finest, proffering essential amenities of the built world in a completely natural and stunningly beautiful environment.  Whatever the season (Our Respite at Rivendell is available year-round) you are bound to be enthralled by the natural spectacle of nature and the opportunities therein to animate, energize, and satiate your entire being -- body, spirit, and soul!  

Rooms

1 Bathroom, 1 Kitchen, 1 Toilet


Amenities
  • Sleeping
    Bed linen, 2 Double bed
  • Cooking
    Coffee machine, Cooking utensils, Grill, Kitchenette, Kitchen stove, Microwave, Oven, Refrigerator, Toaster
  • Heating/Cooling
    Ceiling fans, Fireplace, Heating available
  • Outside
    Private Balcony
  • Entertainment
    Stereo system
  • Sanitary
    Shower, Towel-set, Hot Tub, Washbasin
  • Miscellaneous
    Carbon Monoxide Detector, Fire Extinguisher, Smoke Detector
Facilities
  • Outside
    Gas BBQ, Deck chairs, Hot Tub - Private
Policies
Credit cards accepted Children welcome, Pets allowed only after arrangement, Smoking not allowed, Suitable for elderly or infirm, Wheelchair accessible
Check in:
4:00 PM
Check out:
11:00 AM
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based on 1 reviews
Lindsey, Lisa, Gina, & Whiskey River (the dog)
Peaceful surroundings enjoyed from Hot Tub

The hot tub is the best feature! It’s a beautiful, wooden tub that is located on the back porch where you can look out to the meadow and surrounding trees. My friends and I stayed here after a day whitewater rafting on the White Salmon river. We were thankful to be relaxing in these quiet woods, in this obviously handcrafted yurt, and soaking in this hot tub. We saw a little buck within minutes of arriving. The birdsongs in the morning were so nice while we drank our coffee. The yurt was clean and well equipped for a proper long stay. The beds were comfy. My dog was welcomed at the property as well, which is always noteworthy to me.

Group  |  0  |  stayed in 7/2018

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Roy Conant
Phone

 +1503-281-9888

Roy Conant is an itinerant bookseller and raconteur , plying the hills, valleys, and plains of the Western United States visiting University and College libraries by days and haunting spoken word open-mics by night. He is a native of the Cascade Mountains in which Tree House Tranquil-A-Tree is situated and spent a significant portion of his youth working and playing in the forests of the Pacific Northwest.
Spoken languages
English
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