The Yurt by the Sea
A gated path leads you to the secluded yurt, surrounded by an orange tree, water features and a garden. It feels like magic when you lower your head through the small door and are greeted by an open room of white fabric, floorboards, intricate wooden rafters and walls of lattice—all the features of a traditional Mongolian yurt. The weather was rough during our stay with the sound of wind and rain hitting the fabric, but there were no complaints, this only emphasised the feeling of a cozy retreat the yurt gives! It made it a genuine challenge to venture outside away from the huge bed, but with the beautiful beaches and national park surrounding, we pushed ourselves to find the motivation to explore. This traditional yurt (all of it’s parts are actually from Mongolia) has all the modern amenities including a heater, a beautiful bathroom just outside as well as a kitchen, bbq, coffee machine and dining table. Plus there’s a herb garden with surplus parsley and rosemary....
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