Uncover the mysteries and beauty of New England as you continue your quest to see different sides of the United States. By opting for a unique rental yurt in New England, you can rest assured that your next vacation will offer something very different!
Suppose you’re on a journey to discover new experiences. In that case, New England promises a trip filled with activities that include learning about the region’s rich history, cultural attractions, fantastic food, beautiful cities, breathtaking villages and fun-filled outdoor adventures. New England comprises of 6 states: Maine, New Hampshire, Vermont, Massachusetts, Rhodes Island, and Connecticut.
Enjoy exploring the historic sites and the beaches during summer. While in winter, see snow-blanketed mountains and satisfy your craving for adrenaline-rush adventures like skiing or snowboarding. Take advantage of the fall weather, go whale watching, or visit many museums and historic sites.
Experience the outdoors, explore the beautiful mountains and lakes, and fulfill your dream to camp while enjoying the modern luxuries. You’ll love glamping in New England when you stay in one of these suggested yurt accommodations.
Social Distance in STYLE
Location: Southwest Harbor, Maine
Price: $157+ per night
Are you and your family headed toward Mount Desert Island? Acadia Yurts offers this cabin-inspired yurt with warm colors, cozy furnishings, and modern features for a breath of fresh air and a chance to enjoy nature. This yurt sleeps four guests; it features a full kitchen and dining, a living room that can be used as extra sleeping space, and a full bathroom.
Along with six other eco-friendly yurts and two tiny houses, Acadia Yurts is perfect for a large group (34 guests) traveling together. The Wellness Center at Acadia Yurts offers on-site yoga, an infrared sauna and a flotation tank (all available for an extra charge).
Vermont Retreat Yurt
Location: Putney, Vermont
Price: $181+ per night
You won’t be able to resist this romantic Vermont retreat yurt in New England. This four-season yurt features simple yet clean decor and modern touches, including a full kitchen that features a Cuisinart countertop, two-burner induction cooktop and oven. A warming indoor fireplace is found in the living space.
The owners thoughtfully laid out the bed to provide the best sleep for you during your stay. The outdoor shower fits right into the beautiful surroundings, while the outhouse is beautifully built and provides a place for serenity. You can enjoy the breathtaking views from the deck whatever the season.
A stay in this secluded yurt is a great place to take time away, during which you can relax and reset. If you are ready to go out, the owners will happily provide a special and extensive Area Guide with their favorite places to go in southern Vermont.
The Yurt at Echo Hill Farm
Location: Deerfield, New Hampshire
Price: $139+ per night
The Yurt at Echo Hill Farm is ideal for couples on a romantic getaway or a solo traveler looking for a quiet, secluded place in nature to escape from the urban bustle.
This 17-foot diameter yurt was designed and hand-built by a craftsman and his family on a homestead in southwestern NH in 2021. The yurt is ornately decorated with copper features and comes equipped with a queen bed, with sheets, bedding and pillows; a top-loading woodstove with wood, kindling, matches, and fire tools, kitchenette island. Although particularly new, guests are not disappointed in this IG-worthy yurt.
Disconnect & Unwind at Russwood Farm Yurt
Location: Newport, Vermont
Price: $125+ per night
Disconnect & unwind while camping in comfort in this off-grid 30-foot (700 sq. ft.) yurt in New England – Russwood Farm Yurt.
This rustic, farmhouse-inspired yurt is completely off-grid but has solar lights, a gas stove, a propane fridge, a solar battery system for charging devices or light electric use, and an outhouse. There is also a fire pit, a charcoal grill, and an outdoor dining set. Guests continually report feeling at home and comfortable. The cabin is only a short drive to Lake Memphremagog, Lake Willoughby, Burke Mountain, and Jay Peak.
Warm Cozy Glamping Tent near Acadia
Location: Hancock, Maine
Price: $95+ per night
Escape into your own private retreat in Acadia. Located in the small coastal town of Hancock, this canvas bell glamping tent is set on a private property overlooking a pond.
During your stay, you can enjoy peace and quiet. This beautifully furnished “glamping” tent features a full-sized bed with a featherbed topper and cozy warm bedding, and a sitting area. During the day, you can enjoy activities on the property, including catching fish, picking berries, feeding the ducks, swimming in the pond (which has a diving board, slide and raft), and playing basketball on the court.
Sit around the fire pit at night, look up at the stars, listen to the “peepers” and soak in the quiet and peaceful atmosphere.
Cozy Heated Woodland Yurt with amenities
Location: Randolph, Vermont
Price: $89+ per night
Peaceful Woodland Yurt will fulfill your perfect glamping fantasies. Enjoy the natural beauty that Vermont offers, go on an adventure – go hiking, explore the woods and fields, swim in the streams, and then retreat to this yurt outfitted with modern amenities that promises a relaxing and memorable stay.
Inside this cozy 14′ yurt are a queen sleeper sofa and propane fireplace. It comes with a separate shared bathhouse that features a double bay sink, a standard toilet w/ bidet & squatty potty, and an antique clawfoot bathtub! The Peaceful Woodland Yurt is ideal for couples searching for a romantic getaway.
White Mountain views, trailside yurt
Location: Bethlehem, New Hampshire
Price: $190+ per night
Head to New Hampshire and stay on this trailside yurt, where you can enjoy your own private space in the heart of the White Mountains. This location is best for guests who love off-grid camping, to unplug and get away from their screens, and get a chance to get in touch with nature, encounter wildlife and see the stars.
This 425 square foot, 24′ diameter yurt is equipped with a queen-sized bed and a futon that sleeps up to 4 guests. It has a small, high-efficiency refrigerator to store snacks and post-adventure drinks; a gas grill for heating water. The yurt also features an outdoor toilet and shower, a 30’x36′ platform with deck chairs that allow you to enjoy the sunrise and the evening stillness during what we call “pink mountain time.”
Private 4-Season Country Yurt Close to Town
Location: Montpelier, Vermont
Price: $92+ per night
This well-thought-out yurt at Montpelier, Vermont, provides all the amenities you’d expect from a hotel room. A comfortable queen-sized bed with beautiful linens, a fold-out double futon, and a loveseat for relaxing. The kitchenette features a microwave, electric kettle, coffeemaker, and small fridge/freezer. Evenings can be cool in the spring and fall – so you can make a small fire in the woodstove to take off the chill.
Perfect for the nature and adventure enthusiast, we are just ten minutes to Montpelier and a short drive to thousands of acres of wilderness. The local parks department maintains lovely ski trails with panoramic views, and nearby ponds offer wonderful spots for swimming and boating. Treat yourself to the miles of dirt roads and nearby mountain biking trails if you love life on two wheels.
Hilltown Hideaway Riverside Camp
Location: Chesterfield, Massachusetts
Price: $125+ per night
For couples, a pair of friends, or solo travelers exploring New England, Hilltown Hideaway Riverside Camp has everything you need to enjoy your glamping trip.
Hilltown Hideaway was carefully and tastefully decorated with imported kilim wool rugs and pillows to keep guests warm and lit at all times with outdoor solar and indoor battery-operated lighting.
Outside, there are two comfy, locally made Adirondack chairs to sit and watch the river and a thick steel fire pit that also doubles as a grill for cooking. A small Weber Smokey Joe grill and chimney charcoal starter are also available. Guests have access to the brand new and beautiful off-grid bathhouse with composting toilet, sink, and an on-demand hot shower. This is one of our favourite yurts in New England!
Green Mountain Nugget
Location: Middletown Springs, Vermont
Price: $75+ per night
This private, spacious tent site boasts a getaway tucked away in the woods, near a stream and pond. While you won’t see many people during your stay here, you’ll enjoy dipping in the river stream, gazing at the stars at night, and having a peaceful walk around the property.
Even without cell service, I promise you will not miss the hectic life on your quick getaway. You can enjoy spending time with the person you love, reset and recharge – all of this for $75+ a night. It will all be worth it.
Hygge Hideaway Glamping on Cape Cod
Location: Sandwich, Massachusetts
Price: $144+ per night
If the only type of camping you want is luxurious, the Hygge Hideaway tent in Cape Cod is for you. The tent features a brand new full-size bed perfect for cuddling, seating for two, and railroad-style lanterns to light the way in.
You’ll have access to a fire pit, outdoor hot tub, and basement hangout space with a TV and honor bar and lots of board games. The bathroom (on the main house) can be accessed from the basement stairs and will be exclusive for the guests.
Location: Stockton Springs
Price: $159+ per night
Rounding off our list of the best rental yurts in New England, Stockton Harbor Yurts – Bluebird is ideal for guests who want to have easy access to the beach.
Bluebird is a charming yurt that features modern touches – a full kitchen and dining, a fully enclosed bathroom, and a shower and heat. Outside, there’s a BBQ grill and lounge chairs, an expansive lawn area for games and enjoyment, and access to a private beach. The unique space is perfect for the outdoor enthusiast with walking/snowshoeing trails and access to kayaks and other games. Explore the amazing midcoast area, complete with shopping and dining in nearby Belfast and historic Searsport.