Ontario’s Three-Storey Yurt Will Make You Feel Like You’re Sleeping In The Shire
Calling all hobbits!
Calling all hobbits! Next time you're planning a getaway, you can book a stay in this whimsical abode. It may not be underground, but its cozy interior and round walls will make you feel like you're sleeping in the Shire. Pack your bags (and your pipes) and escape to Ontario's Mee-nah-kee Yurt for a fantastical adventure.
Located near Kenora, Ontario, Minaki Yurt Adventures offers the ultimate outdoor experience.
Surrounded by dense woodlands and a shiny lake, the site is home to several.
The Mee-nah-kee Yurt is one of the most impressive. The three-storey dwelling looks like a.
The yurt is anything but rustic and small. With 2800 square feet of coziness, you and ten of your friends can enjoy a serene vacation here.
Warm-up by the large stone fireplace, and cook your own delicious meals in the full kitchen.
Roast marshmallows in the firepit at night, and enjoy a BBQ on the deck.
There's even wifi available throughout the building, so you can share all your Insta-worthy snaps of your stay.
In the daytime, you can explore 20 kilometres of hiking trails that run through a lush boreal forest.
You can also boat on the shining lake situated right next to the yurts.
as well and transforms into a white wonderland of ski trails and snow-capped trees each season.
The main area offers a wood-fired pizza oven and cozy sauna to rejuvenate in.
Apart from the Mee-nah-kee yurt, you can stay in an adorable Tipi or an elevated yurt with panoramic views, as well as several other charming spots.
The Mee-nah-kee costs $50 a night per person plus tax, with a $450 per night minimum.
There is a minimum two-night stay and a minimum three-night stay on long weekends.
Call up your Sam Gamgee and enjoy your stay in this whimsical three-storey yurt.
Price Per Night: $50 + tax per person
Address: 1 Trailhead Rd., Minaki, ON
Why You Need To Go: This charming abode is the perfect place to enjoy the outdoors with friends.