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A yurt is a portable, round tent insulated with felt and covered with canvas and traditionally used as a dwelling by several distinct nomadic groups in the steppes and mountains of Central Asia. The structure consists of a flexible angled assembly or latticework of wood for walls, a door frame, ribs, and a wheel as a roof. Yurts take between 30 minutes and 3 hours to set up or take down, and are generally used by between 5 and 15 people. Nomadic farming with yurts as housing has been the primary lifestyle in Central Asia, particularly Mongolia, for thousands of years.


Our Yurt is an original Mongolian tent used for nomadic living and made of canvas, isolated with sheep wool.


The windows in the roof-wheel can be opened for circulation of air


It has 2 single beds, a bed sofa, a fan and Wifi


There is a sink with running water 


Some chairs to sit outside

The Yurt surrounded by nature

Inclusive use of Communal Spaces:

You may use the Guest Kitchen with stove, your own small fridge and cooking utensils


The Guest Bathroom has a dry toilet, hot shower and sink

Eco toilet made from adobe with dry toilet and sink

Rest on the Balibed at the side of the river in the rustling cañas for your siësta

Sunbathe on those sun beds next to the river, you can cool off with a shower with water from the river

No need to buy drinking water: we get our drinking water from the neighbour’s clean water well

For a donation you may take veggies from the organic vegetable garden

Figs from the figtrees, free to pick in the season

For a donation you may take eggs from our free range chickens

Enjoy the beautiful landscape of our property

Oranges, lemons, nisperos: free to pick in the season

Enjoy the beautiful landscape of our property

The Yurt can be booked from April up to October for max 3 persons.

85 EUR*) per night based on 2 persons
*) 25 EUR extra per night for 3rd person

2 Nights possible with extra charge of 30%

Extra fee for late check in after 8pm: 25 EUR, after 11pm: 50 EUR

Minimum 3 nights

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