Rustic Yurt Glamping with hot springs soaking in Eastern Oregon. Yurt 1 is SELF CHECK IN, Airbnb app is Required.
“We loved our time in this Yurt! We felt safe during COVID and that the staff we're doing a great job of reserving bathroom use for Yurt goers and encouraging social distancing and masks. The space was really special, and we enjoyed the ability to feel like we had a lot of privacy even in an RV park. The only down side was totally out of control of the owners: The mosquitoes were HORRIBLE! However, they really only came out for about 1 - 1.5 hours in the evening during dusk, which made it tolerable. We brought our 1-year old with us, and it worked well! We will certainly visit again.”
Star gaze under the crystal clear skies in the hot springs tub, as you listen to the coyotes howl. Yurt 2 is SELF CHECK IN, Airbnb app is required.
“They've thought about just about everything here. The soaking tub is perfect and you can adjust the water temperature to your liking. The yurt is clean and comfortable. Red winged blackbirds and mourning doves will perch around the patio as you soak. The view over the lily filled marsh behind the yurt is amazing. Box elders and cottonwoods shade the property. It's an amazing combination of rustic ease and natural beauty. It is adjacent to a National Wildlife Refuge that is a marsh, so prepare for mosquitos. They weren't typically too bad, but leaving the door to the yurt open is a bad idea. Nature ain't perfect.”
Enjoy stunning sunsets from your private studio bungalow nestled at the base of Mount Fanny in historic Cove, Oregon. Located 10 miles from Union, Oregon and 15 miles from La Grande, Oregon on the Cove-Union Farm Route. We are on the Grande Tour Scenic Bikeway and near mountain biking (Mount Emily Recreation Area is 30 minutes away). We are an hour away from Anthony Lakes and 90 minutes from Jospeh. The studio will sleep up to 4 people and is gay friendly. Ask about teacher discount.
“Lori’s place was the perfect stepping off point for our family before our week-long camping adventure in Eagle Cap. The land there is stunning and the room was clean and comfy. All four of us had a restful night’s rest and a delicious in-house breakfast. And if you are coming from a big city like we were, staying in the tiny town of Cove is an experience in and of itself.”