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Frost Mountain Yurts

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Boston, Massachusetts
Reviewed 5 July 2016 via mobile

We had a great experience at the yurt. We stayed at the Trailside yurt, it wasn't too far from the parking area. The yurts are very private, and very well maintained! The games provided in the yurt kept our toddler busy for hours! I would highly recommend it, and hope to be back again next year!

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Boston, Massachusetts
Reviewed 21 July 2015

We spent a weekend with some friends in the yurts, and it was really nice! The self check-in process is super easy and the carts to carry everything to the yurts are useful. Inside and outside the yurts, you find anything you may need and the outdoors are super calm. We did the frost mountain summit trail and it was...

Thank Marianne000001
Albuquerque, New Mexico
Reviewed 21 July 2015

Rustic (but newer and well maintained/ clean) yurts with everything you need including firewood, gas stove, grill, utensils, cookware, etc. - just bring food, drink, and family or friends. Stayed in summer. Saw a lynx. Very peaceful. No running water, but solar shower was refreshing.

Thank MapInNM
Sanbornville, New Hampshire
Reviewed 10 July 2015

My wife and I have always wanted to stay in a yurt and so this year we decide to give it a try. we stayed in the Tyler Brook yurt and it was well stocked as stated on the web site. It is located in a very quiet area and no one botherd us for our three nights that we...

1Thank alamy2005
Harrison, Maine
Reviewed 6 June 2015

I have been wanting to stay in a yurt for some time now. My searching lead me to Frost Mountain Yurts...only 30 minutes from where I live. Maybe it was the setting or because I was brought up camping, I don't know...but I really connected with this place. As soon as you pull in the drive you can't help but...

Thank rhonda t
Boston, Massachusetts
Reviewed 30 March 2015

Just got back from an amazing weekend at Frost Mountain Yurts (we stayed in the Tyler Brook yurt) and couldn't have asked for a better time! They have literally thought of everything you might need while you are there...from the candles, games, fondue set, fully stocked kitchen, firewood, toilet paper, cleaning products, etc...they have every detail of your stay covered....

Thank tara60745
Lunenburg, Massachusetts, United States
Reviewed 23 March 2015

Left the tourists behind at home in ski country, NH, and enjoyed this yurt for the weekend. They've thought of everything here...especially the fondue set and cribbage boards...we loved all of it!! Our only complaint was that we ever had to leave!

Thank Stephanie L
Orlando, Florida
Reviewed 15 July 2014

I have had a dream to stay at a yurt for a while and the mountain view yurt was a dream fufilled. I will tell you that getting the carts up to the yurt is quite a challenge! But once there you are so happy to be there! The hosts have truly not missed an item here, even a potato...

Thank Lawgnome
Mont Vernon, New Hampshire
Reviewed 27 June 2014

We stayed two nights at Frost Mountain Yurts with our two children and another family. We reserved the two brookside yurts since the walk in is shorter and we didn't know how the kids would do (3 kids in all). It was perfect. The yurts were clean and had everything one would hope they would have - candles/games/wine glasses/lovely pottery...

Thank Juli H
Reviewed 23 April 2014 via mobile

We have stayed at these yurts three times, once in fall, spring, and winter. Each time has been very special. The hiking is excellent and appropriately challenging with trails for the not-so-energetic and others for those with energy to burn. (Beware the frost mountain loop as signage can be easily missed when coming back down. We got lost and walked...

1Thank Oldbuggar

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Address: 34 Farnsworth Rd, Brownfield, ME 04010-4140
Region: United States > Maine > Brownfield
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“website has detailed pictures, but I don't think you can go wrong with any of the choices”
MapInNM, 20 Jul 2015 | Read review
“I'm sure any of the yurts would be in an equally beautiful setting.”
  • Camp shower
  • Porta potty...very clean
  • Daylight view looking out the dome.
  • My first view walking across the bridge of Tyler Brook.
rhondat580, 6 Jun 2015 | Read review
“Tyler Brook is great if you don't want to trek too far from the parking lot with your stuff.”
tara60745, 30 Mar 2015 | Read review
“When walking with the cart to your yurt, take care going down hills as it can be a bit heavy; two people should take the cart for safety!”
megganm2013, 20 Oct 2013 | Read review
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