Our crew has been busy at work constructing our yurts, and now have all eight structures standing! If you’ve been following our updates on Facebook, you know that six of the structures are even wrapped in their insulated canvas coverings, just in time for crisp fall weather.
We’ve even started planning out the smaller details. Jan found sink-into American-made leather sofas, the perfect spot to snuggle up in front of the gas-log fireplace and enjoy the radiant floor heat from Warmboard during the winter months. In addition, each yurt will boast king sized beds with Comphy linens, a breakfast nook stocked with Wolfgang Puck coffee and tea from Republic of Tea, wet bar and other thoughtful, eclectic accents that offer a British safari feel. Once spring hits, guests will be tempted by Adirondack chairs on each porch, a front row seat to watch the forest come back to life after the winter season.
While the addition of a canvas covering makes the yurts non-pet friendly, don’t forget that your four-legged friends are always welcome in our cabins!
Along with the addition of the yurts, our restaurant in the main lodge is beefing up as well (pardon the pun) to accommodate for the increased number of guests we are expecting once the yurts are completed. Capacity inside our restaurant will increase from 56 to more than 75 with the addition of a wine-themed room that can extend the dining room, or be partitioned off by rustic yet chic, reclaimed barn wood doors for private gatherings. Work on the expansion of the restaurant will begin in a few
weeks and is expected to wrap up in December. Just in time for festive holiday meals at the Lodge!
We haven’t started taking reservations for the yurts just yet, but stay tuned!
As always, we’ll keep you updated here and on Facebook.