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My husband and I were looking for a place to stay in the Ozarks. We came upon this resort and thought it would be neat to stay in a yurt but still have the conveniences of AC/heat, running water, etc. We stayed in one of...More
Our first time in a yurt!! We stayed in the sanctuary suite.
It was beautiful had everything you need just unpack and unplug.
We saw deer everyday it is so peaceful and beautiful, I loved the quiteness
of it all. The mountains are beautiful and...More
My husband and I have been coming to this beautiful mountainside retreat since 2008, we try to return at least once a year. The cabins are yurts, roundhouses with magnificent views, privacy, hot tubs and all the amenities of home. All you need to bring...More
It was our first time in a Yurt. Clean fully stocked kitchen. Superb hot tub. Nice scenery. Furniture was extremely uncomfortable. Come on trade the futon for a couch and the chair for a recliner. Put the grill on top of the deck please. Shower...More
We have had many trips where we stayed in the regular type of log cabins and were looking for something different. The yurts are wonderful. Very peaceful place. If you can't unwind here, there's a problem. Very clean and comfortable. Central Heat/Cool, gas Franklin stove,...More
Response from StoneWind | Property representative |
The road to the top of the mountain is gravel and it is very steep, with occasional roughness in places depending on how much rain we have had. We regularly have a man grade the roads to smooth out the ruts and repair the... More
The road to the top of the mountain is gravel and it is very steep, with occasional roughness in places depending on how much rain we have had. We regularly have a man grade the roads to smooth out the ruts and repair the surface, particularly after a rain. But the roads are passable in small cars all the time, and many of our guests drive small cars. I drive a Dodge Caravan everyday on the roads (sometimes faster than I should), and I have no problems. The key in a small or low slung car is to drive slowly and carefully rather than too quickly. As to motorcycles, loose gravel plus steep inclines are dangerous situations for motorcycles where they are not dangerous for cars.
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"Road up to the yurt is a challenge but well worth it!!!"