One thing to keep in mind if you want to stay in a yurt in winter is that a lot of the yurts are in between tall trees and when chunks of snow fall from the trees down, they fall right on top of your yurt! It took us a while to get used to that sound. My only real complaint though is about the snow plowing machine. After a heavy snow during the night they started to clear the roads at 4am in the morning. We literally couldn't sleep at all from 4-5.30 am until it stopped. Sometime before 5am I went for a walk in the woods with my dog 'cause I couldn't sleep anyway. It was pretty magical in all that fresh powder so I'm not sorry about the walk at all, but I wonder if that's the only way to do it. I don't think the machine itself represented a problem, but all the beeping noise every time it backed up was not fun at all. Other than that, we had a great stay there!
Extremely clean, inside and out. Friendly staff. We stayed in a yurt, in winter, and we were concerned that we might be cold but we weren't. We even had to reduce the heat at some point, that's how warm it was. I looved the bed sheets and the fact that there were lots of areas around where our dog could ... take care of business.