11 Best Yurts in Vermont For a Glamping Getaway

Planning a glamping getaway and looking for the coolest and best Yurts in Vermont? Well, that’s a smart idea — and the good news is that Vermont is known for its gorgeous natural areas for glamping and camping!

Exploring charismatic small towns dotted with cute cafes. Spending time in verdant forests and discovering thousands of miles of hiking trails. Trying local food delicacies like cheddar cheese and maple syrup. These are just a few cool activities that you can enjoy while visiting the breathtaking state of Vermont.   

With its idyllic farmlands and nearly 70 mountains and peaks, Vermont is one of the most picturesque destinations in the US. Nature lovers visiting the Green Mountain State can look forward to enjoying a variety of outdoor activities ranging from hiking and skiing in winter to admiring the beauty of Vermont’s wonderful mountainous landscape.

Instead of staying in a classic cabin or a treehouse, try yurt camping and escape from all the hustle and bustle of busy city life. For a memorable glamping weekend getaway, check out our list of the coolest yurt rentals in Vermont!

Also, be sure to check out my guides on Yurts in Maine & Yurts in New England for more nearby glamping fun!

Yurts in Vermont

Cozy Mountain Yurt on Organic Farm

Location: Monkton, Vermont

Price: $80+ per night

Accommodates: 4 guests


Surrounded by a beautiful garden, this rustic mountain yurt is an ideal place for a weekend getaway in Vermont. Guests will have access to a nicely decorated 30’ foot space that can accommodate up to 4 people. Step inside this cozy mountain yurt to find a fully-equipped kitchen with a breakfast table, comfortable seating area, twin bunk beds, and a queen-sized bed.

If it gets cold, the yurt can be heated by a wood stove. Guests also have access to the drop-toilet outhouse and fire pit. Guests love the surrounding nature area and add that a few hiking and biking trails can be found nearby. The owner, Jill is a wonderful host and always more than happy to recommend cool tourist attractions in Monkton worth checking out.

Cozy Mountain Yurt on Organic Farm
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The Symphony Farm Yurt: Four Season

Location: Randolph, Vermont

Price: $88+ per night

Accommodates: 3 guests


Located in Randolph, the Symphony Farm is a great place to spend a few days with your partner. This quaint yurt for two is located on a beautiful farm in the hills of central Vermont. You can unwind in the traditional Finnish sauna, read a chair in your Adirondack chair and enjoy magnificent nature views, or go for a dip in the living pool.

In spring, winter, and, fall, guests can use the outdoor outhouse/compost toiled with cold running water. Keep in mind that there is no shower to use in the winter here at the Symphony Farm. There is also a fire pit where you can cook food in the evenings.

The 14ft yurt itself is cozy and boasts a queen-sized sleeper sofa, propane fireplace, and a small kitchen stocked with pots pans flatware/cutlery, and Wi-Fi. There’s also a see-through screened roof that offers magnificent views at night.

The Symphony Farm Yurt
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Vermont Retreat Yurt

Location: Putney, Vermont

Price: $181 + per night

Accommodates: 3 guests


Set on a beautiful six-acre farmstead in Putney, this one-bedroom yurt has everything needed for a memorable glamping experience in Vermont.  This rental property was featured on the Forbes list of “12 of the most unusual and beautiful yurts in the world”.  It is without a doubt one of the most picturesque places on this list of the coolest yurt rentals in Vermont.

Step outside on the elevated outdoor deck with comfy chairs to enjoy spectacular views of fields and woods around you. There is a firepit under the trees, as well as a cool outdoor shower and a composting outhouse. Inside this tastefully decorated yurt in Putney, guests will find a comfortable bed with an organic mattress, pillow selection, fireplace, indoor bathroom, and a small kitchenette to prepare meals. There are also many hiking trails and lakes in the nearby area. We should also mention that you will be staying just a short drive from some of the best ski resorts in Vermont.

Vermont Retreat Yurt
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Yurt near Kingdom Trails

Location: Burke, Vermont

Price: $85 + per night

Accommodates: 6 guests


You will find this charming yurt just 2 miles away from the popular Kingdom Trails in Burke, Vermont. Designed by Colorado Yurt Company, this 315 sq. foot yurt is a great place to stay for families and groups of friends on vacation in Vermont. In addition to two pullout futon beds and one twin bed, there is also the possibility of setting up tents next to the yurt. Guests like the large skylight dome inside the yurt and add that the views are simply breathtaking.

Some of the amenities/facilities that you will find here include a heated outdoor shower space, 2 burner propane cooktop stove, a wooden outhouse, and an outdoor kitchen and a fire pit. We should mention that there is no electricity at the yurt. Tourist attractions like Lake Willoughby State Park and Burke Mountain are easily reachable.

Vermont Yurt near Kingdom Trails
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Song Bird Sangha Yurt

Location: New Haven, Vermont

Price: $95+ per night

Accommodates: 2 guests


With a 4.9 rating from around 250 reviews on Airbnb, Songbird Sangha in New Haven is definitely one of the highest-rated yurt rentals on our list. What to expect from this loft-style yurt? You can enjoy star gazing through the magnificent skydome, roast marshmallows at the fire-pit area, and explore 23 acres (9.3 hectares) of scenic woodsy paths.  Having access to a nice blend of rustic living with modern appliances is also a bonus when staying at the SongBird Sangha Yurt.

The yurt offers a full bath with a hot tub, a full kitchen, a pellet stove to keep you warm and free Wi-Fi with the Alexa feature. The property is located just minutes from the town of Bristol and swimming at Bristol falls. We should also mention that Ellen and Jay are the friendliest hosts you will ever meet.

Song Bird Sangha Yurt Rental in Vermont
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Private 4-Season Country Yurt

Location: Montpelier, Vermont

Price: $99 + per night

Accommodates: 4 guests


Located just a short drive from Montpelier, this fabulous light-filled 4-season country yurt is an absolute gem! You will be staying close to many historic sites, nearly 15 miles of walking trails, and attractions like Camel’s Hump, Mount Hunger, and Mt. Mansfield. The fully furnished yurt itself is surprisingly spacious and perfect for two to four people.

You will be sleeping in a comfortable queen-sized bed with beautiful linens and a fold-out double futon. There is also a small kitchenette with a small fridge/freezer, microwave, coffeemaker, and electric kettle. In winter, the wood stove will keep you toasty warm. In summer, unwind with a glass of wine or prepare delicious food at the outdoor fire pit. The yurt does not have indoor plumbing, but there is a brand-new compositing toilet right next to the property.

Private 4-Season Country Yurt
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The Cozy Garden Yurt

Location: Royalton, Vermont

Price: $90+ per night

Accommodates: 2 guests


Roma & Russell’s Garden Yurt is a great place to recharge your batteries and reconnect with nature. Offering a unique blend of old and new, this magical yurt is situated just a stone’s throw from a beautiful flower garden. Inside this yurt rental, guests will find a new comfy king-sized bed, a cast iron stove, a kitchenette with mugs/pots/dishware, and a refrigerator.

The toilet is located at the main house and the shower can be found right next to the yurt. Keep in mind that it is not possible to use the outdoor shower in winter due to low temperatures. Guests can pay a visit to the farm to see chickens, sheep, and other animals. Attractions like Silver Lake and Billings Rockefeller historic national park in Woodstock are just a short drive away.

The Cozy Garden Yurt Vermont
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Cozy Screen Glamping Yurt on a Waterfall

Location: Starksboro, Vermont

Price: $$182 + per night

Accommodates: 3 guests


Overlooking the waterfalls, this cozy screen house has everything needed for an unforgettable glamping experience in Starksboro, Vermont. The only sound you will hear is the sound of the birds singing and the river. It’s truly a peaceful place equipped with all the necessary amenities needed for glamping in nature.

The elevated tent itself is spacious and fitted with a large queen-sized bed. Guests will find an outdoor kitchen with a refrigerator, as well as a portable toilet and an outside shower enclosure. The grill, picnic table, lounge chairs, and fire pit offer the perfect setting for a relaxing time spent in nature. Guests like that the deck and bridge and waterfalls can all be lit up at the flick of a few switches in the evenings. The breakfast buffet in the main house (Millhouse) every morning is included in the price.

Cozy Screen Glamping Yurt on a Waterfall
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The Yurt at Starlight Camp

Location: Stowe, Vermont

Price: $173 + per night

Accommodates: 4 guests


Located in Stowe, the Yurt at Beech Hill is nestled on a mountain with spectacular views of a shimmering pond. There is no electricity, running water, or cell service here. It’s basically a place to escape the daily grind, enjoy nature, and see tons of wildlife including deer, moose, bears, and birds.

Step outside on the outdoor deck to enjoy expansive views of the magical Nebraska Valley, read a book in the hammock by the fire, or go hiking to Moss Glen Falls and the Pinnacle trails. Local restaurants and attractions are just a 10-minute drive away. If you are searching for a romantic getaway or a weekend trip with a small group of friends, do not hesitate to book your stay at the Yurt at Beech Hill.

The Yurt at Starlight Camp
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24′ Yurt-Stay

Location: Orange County, Vermont

Price: $90+ per night

Accommodates: 4 guests


Welcome to the 24′ Yurt-Stay, a rustic yurt rental nestled in a collection of tall trees in Orange County, Vermont. Located close to a pristine stream, this lodging offers a queen-sized loft, outdoor composting toilet, woodstove for heating in winter, and a kitchen with a refrigerator, pots, pans, plates, and cutlery. Pillows and bedding are provided.

Guests say how the skylight on top is great to wake up to with the sky and tree branches. Keep in mind that there is no cell service here, but there is a landline phone at the main house. Guests can use kayaks, enjoy nearby cross-country skiing, or explore nearby hiking trails.

24' Yurt-Stay - Yurts in Vermont
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Birch Tree Acres Yurt site

Location: Danville, Vermont

Price: $75+ per night

Accommodates: 2  guests


If you are searching for a reasonably priced yurt in Vermont, book your stay at the Birch Tree Acres Yurt in Danville. This 16-foot yurt accommodates 2 people and has no electricity or running water. Guests have access to an outhouse and a swimming pond. Inside the yurt, you will find a queen-sized futon, board games to keep you entertained, and some reading material.

We should also mention there is no Internet or cell service here. Janet and Woody’s yurt is also unheated which means it’s best to stay here in summer and spring. Guests like the simplicity of this place and say how it’s great for unplugging from busy city life. You can take walks along the wooded trails, listen to the sound of the pond, or play with Sasha and Jackson, the owner’s two friendly dogs.

Birch Tree Acres Yurt site
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