Yes, many people preferring minimalist, off-grid lifestyles permanently live in yurts. Mongolian Yurts can provide cost-effective, comfortable accommodation, even in the harshest climate, such as in Alaska. Nomadic herders in Mongolia live in yurts for generations.
Yes, you can use wood stoves in our yurts. The default place for the stove in Mongolian yurts is in the center of the yurt under the crown/skylight. When you heat the stove at this location, heat is distributed evenly in all directions. Our yurts have dedicated smoke pipe flashing in the crown/skylight accomodating pipes of various diameters.
If you are located close to our distribution bases, our staff or distributors directly deliver directly. We partner with freight companies for long-distance deliveries. When freight companies are used, the cost of shipping is usually lower if you could pick your yurt up at a shipping terminal near you instead of having it delivered to your door.
Yes, we provide discounts based on the order volume. In addition, we offer significant discounts for early order to compensate for the long lead time.
Yurt is one of the best choices for off-the-grid living and for those preferring a minimalist lifestyle with low footprints on Earth
Yurts are used for a variety of purposes, including as a restaurant, wedding venue, classroom, yoga studio, shop, and art studio
Our customers are successfully using Mongolian yurts for B&b and glamping. An average-size yurt can provide space for the entire family.