You can sleep in “room” any night, but how often do you get the chance to sleep in a yurt. What’s a yurt? Good question. Yurts are the name given to guest rooms at the Treebones Resort in Big Sur, California. These spaces provide all of the accessibility to nature you’d enjoy in a tent, but with all the comforts of a cabin. In one of 16 yurts, you will doze off while gazing at the stars that can be seen through a sky dome.
If you want to taking roughing it to the next level, stay in the “Human Nest”, a man-made woven wood nest, created by Big Sur artist Jayson Fann. The ocean view that will great you in the morning is worth every amenity lost.
While Treebones has been around for decades, today they embrace the concept of re-use & re-cycle. On site, the extremely hot heat exhaust created from our clean burning, energy-producing turbines is used to heat the pool, hot tub and radiant flooring in the lodge, restrooms and shower area
If you enjoy tent camping, but are seeking an upgraded experience, complete with a real bed, hardwood floors, and electricity, a lodging like Treebones is hard to pass up.
via the nomad lab