Bringing Acadia Visitors Close to Nature

A view from outside Cadillac Mtn Yurt
A view from outside Cadillac Mtn YurtGet a view of the tree tops or the night stars through the skylightMake delicious meals in your fully stocked kitchenA view from your front doorFully stocked kitchen and queen size bedCouch pulls out to a queen size sleeper sofa- each yurt can comfortably sleep 4View from the kitchenThe 2 blue yurts are pet friendly:)A view from the kitchen table in Champlain Mtn YurtBed frames are handmade on Mount Desert Island from locally harvested white pineOur yurts are on 5 wooded acres abutting Acadia National ParkCheck out how roomie the bathroom is!Bathroom contains vanity, toilet, and stand up shower.  Hot water all the time:)Each yurt is stocked w locally roasted coffee, homemade tea and a french pressWelcome to Acadia Yurts- we're thrilled you're spending your vacation with us!

From $100 / night

200 Seal Cove Road, Southwest Harbor, ME 04607
Bringing Acadia Visitors Close to Nature
Cottage
1 bedrooms
4 guests
Varies min stay

Overview Description

Overview

Bedrooms: 1
Bathrooms: 1
Sleeps: 4
Type: Cottage
Per night: $140 - $160
Per week: $700 - $1,000
Pets allowed: Yes
Internet: Yes
Description of the Southwest Harbor vacation cottage rental
Vacation in an ancient circular dwelling with all comforts of home

Acadia Yurts offers visitors the most unique way to stay on Mount Desert Island. Four fun, eco-friendly Yurts will bring you as close to nature as camping, with all the amenities of home. Located on 5 acres of lovely wooded land, surrounded by Acadia National Park property, Acadia Yurts offer a peaceful retreat for your small group (up to 4 guests per Yurt). Acadia Yurts is also ideal for large groups traveling with accommodations for up to 16 people on 1 site.

A yurt is a tent-like circular fabric structure with a wood lattice frame that originated among the nomadic tribes in Asia. These permanent structures have thick canvas exterior walls that include reflective insulation so they can be used in all seasons. Acadia Yurts also has electric heat inside each yurt so that you can be comfortable during any season. Yurts are quickly becoming a new vacation experience that vacationers are enjoying throughout the US from cliff side views in California to ski lodges in Colorado. This is a memorable place to stay while enjoying the beauty of Acadia!

Karen E Roper

Area Information
Southwest Harbor is affectionately known as the 'Quiet Side' of Mount Desert Island. Home to Acadia National Park, rated one of America's favorite places by Good Morning America in 2014, the activities are endless. With hiking, biking, walking trails, swimming and ocean views there is something for everyone.

Acadia Yurts is owned and operated by MDI residents Karen and Aaron. This young couple brings 20+ years of hospitality industry knowledge and experience to provide you and your loved ones with a vacation experience to remember for years to come.

Yurts are ancient circular dwellings and Acadia Yurts has brought modern comforts to create a beautiful union of comfort and proximity to nature. Each yurt can sleep up to 4 people and includes bathrooms, furnished kitchens, and comfortable bedding to make you feel at home. Karen is a certified yoga teacher and massage therapist and will provide spa like treatment in your comfortable dwelling at extra charge.

Southwest Harbor is located less than 2 miles away and has locally owned restaurants, specialty stores, and shopping as well as a library, parks, and ocean views. Local restaurants offer fresh seafood with their unique flair. Some of our favorite places are Fiddler's Green, XYZ, Eat- A- Pita, and Sips.

Outdoor enthusiasts have their pick of hiking within 5 miles of Acadia Yurts- Beech, St. Sauveur, Acadia, and Flying Mountain within a couple minutes drive. Swimming at Seal Cove Pond or Long Pond within minutes. Bass Harbor lighthouse and Wonderland walking area less than 10 miles away. Or board a Friendship Sloop with Sail Acadia for a 2-6 hour sail around Acadia National Park. Your choices of how to enjoy Acadia are endless and there is truly something for everyone!

About the owner

Owner Profile

Karen E Roper

Karen E Roper

Karen E Roper

  • School:

    Butler University; University of Maine: Orono
  • Work:

    Jeannie's Great Maine Breakfast; Cafe this Way
  • About:

    Aaron is an Maine native. He was born and raised across the bridge in Trenton and grew up attending local Bar Harbor schools. He has worked in the restaurant industry for the past 15+ years beginning as a prep cook in high school then moving toward general manager. Aaron's favorite extracurricular activity...
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Rates

Rates

Begins Ends Week
Night
Weekend
Night
Weekly Monthly Min
Stay
Oct 18 2016 Jan 01 2017 $160 $160 $800 - 4 Nights
May 07 2017 May 27 2017 $140 $140 $700 - 4 Nights
May 28 2017 Jun 24 2017 - - $800 - 1 Week
Jun 25 2017 Sep 09 2017 - - $1,000 - 1 Week
Sep 10 2017 Sep 30 2017 - - $900 - 1 Week
Oct 01 2017 Oct 17 2017 - - $800 - 1 Week
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Check In: 4 p.m. Check Out: 10 a.m.
Lodging tax: 8%
Deposits: Refundable Damage Deposit $300
Payment Options: Mastercard, Visa
Other Fees: Pet Fee $100 Deposits and rental fees are non-refundable unless cottage can be re-rented prior to rental date (if necessary, purchase travel insurance in event of family emergency). While we make every effort to re-rent your rental period we cannot guarantee full refund. Saturday check in: 4PM; Saturday check out: 10AM. Guests checking out after 10AM are subject to late fee of $100/hour. 100% refund if canceled at least 30 days before arrival date.

Frequently Asked Questions

Q: How close is Acadia National Park? What is there to do there?
A: Acadia National Park is 300 meters away! At the entrance nearest our house there is cycling, hiking, swimming, fishing and more. There are popular Acadia National Park areas of interest within 10 miles such as Wonderland, Bass Harbor lighthouse, Acadia and Beech Mountains, Echo Lake beach and hiking trails. Something for everyone!
Q: What makes Acadia Yurts different from other places to stay on MDI?
A: We think yurts are very special, and completely unique from other ways to stay on MDI. Our yurts bring you as close to nature as camping with the luxuries of a house. We think it's the best of both worlds!
Q: What's the coolest nearby activity?
A: Acadia National Park is very close to offer all kinds of outdoor activities. Sail Acadia is based 2 miles away in downtown SW Harbor and Capt Karl leads sailboat cruises aboard his beautiful friendship sloop, Alice E. It is our favorite sunset activity!
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