Future Generations University Yurt Rental

Franklin, WV

Stay in a rustic yurt nestled in the Allegheny Mountains and overlooking stunning Germany Valley. Located near any local outdoor recreational attractions: Spruce Knob, Nelson Rocks, Seneca Rocks, and Seneca Caverns to name a few. Located 15 minutes from the township of Franklin with a rich history and culture, known especially for its many Victorian style houses.

This structure is a semi-permanent residential yurt. It is designed to be highly energy-efficient and is insulated with SIP panels to keep it toasty in colder months. Space heaters, cookware, and utensils are provided. The building (sleeps 4) consists of 1 bedroom with a queen-size bed, bathroom with a standing shower, kitchen area, and sitting area with a double size foldout futon. You will need to provide your own linens.

The yurt is located on the grounds of Future Generations University global campus. During the week (M-F), the university office will be open and the hosts are happy to help with directions, recommendations, and any other needs. Hosts will be available on weekends only by email.

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