Come and unwind close to home!
A yurt is a tent with a collapsible wooden framework, covered in felt. It is the traditional habitat of many Central Asian nomads, particularly the Mongolians and the Turkmen. The Monglian yurt first appeared approximately 2,000 years ago and has substantially evolved over the centuries. They are most often seen in Kirghizstan, Kazakhstan or Uzbekistan and obviously in Mongolia. It is a family lodging, with one single room centred around a stove. There are several beds which serve as seats in daytime, wardrobes and/or chest of drawers, a coffee table where food is placed. The only opening is the front door, opposite which the head of the family's bed is traditionally located. It is easy to dismantle and to re-erect in a few hours. In Mongolia, more than a million people still live in yurts today. .
We like: Putting ourselves in the nomads' shoes and discovering this totally new type of unusual accommodation.
One night and breakfast for 2 people.
Access to the shared facilities (natural bathing, recreation room, communal kitchen…).
Additional options can be chosen and added after checking availability:
Child (up to 2yo) : Free
Additional guest (+12 yo) : 30€ per day
Child (2 to 12 yo) : 20€ per day