Bed and Breakfast Yurts

outside one of our bed and breakfast yurts showing front door and private deck

Enjoy one of our two unique bed and breakfast yurts tucked into the woods behind the inn.

Click “Check our Availability” link above or below for availability, rates and 24/7 online reservations.


For adventurous, outdoor loving kind of guests a yurt provides a nature-friendly lodging alternative.


Please note: Yurts are canvas/tent like structures that sit on a wooden deck. 


Note: Our bed and breakfast yurts are a full part of the bed and breakfast inn and come with a full breakfast in the morning, use of all common areas, and afternoon refreshments. All linens are provided.

No camping stoves please or guest cooking inside or outside.

No campfires permitted on the property.

No smoking or vaping in the yurts or on the property.

Each yurt has a mini fridge for cold drinks. Due to health department regulations guests may not use the inn refrigerator/freezer in the main kitchen for storing food or drinks.


Yurt guests enjoy a full breakfast in the inn each morning and typically eat lunch and dinner out in one of the area’s many restaurants.


Our yurts are located down the hill from the inn and require guests to navigate rustic steps and paths made of wood mulch/gravel (watch video below). Bathhouse is located up the hill from the yurts.


The facilities are not handicapped accessible.


Only 2 adults maximum per yurt (no exceptions).


Also visit Policies for other information.


Adults (18 & over) only. No Pets or Smoking.

For yurts that accommodate children check some of the State Parks or visit Yurt Lodging. They typically are not bed and breakfast yurts that offer the complete “glamping” experience with breakfast each morning.

Summer months can have warm/hot afternoons (80 degrees plus) from 1-5pm.
The yurts are not air conditioned. Guests staying in a yurt should make plans to spend the afternoon out of the yurt due to afternoon heat. Bring a bathing suit/towels, go tubing, kayaking, hiking in the mountains or tour the wineries. Read cooling off for more information.

Bed and Breakfast Yurts- Features & Amenities


inside of yurt with queen bed

We have two 16 foot bed and breakfast yurts on the property (200 square feet each) and both have the following amenities:
Queen size canopy bed with linens and covered in a quilt
Mini-fridge for keeping your cold drinks cold and a Microwave oven
Coffee maker (4 cup)- bring your own coffee/mugs/condiments
CD clock radio
Heaters are added during winter monthsSimulated electric wood stove that can be used year around (produces simulated fire without heat in warmer months)
Floor fan and table fans in warmer months, No Air Conditioning in Yurts
Surge protector with USB charging
No TV in yurt
Composting toilet- picture below
Magazines and games
Floors covered in colorful oriental style rugs
Private deck with 2 chairs
One screen window and screen door.
Private bath house located up the hill with shower, flush toilet, pedestal sink, towels, soap, shampoo.
Free WiFi at the inn
Various “green features” found on Earth Friendly page.

What Guests Should Bring

Guests are encouraged to bring coffee, tea, mugs/glasses, corkscrew, drinks for minieach yurt has a composting toilet if you do not want to go up to your private bath house in the middle of the nightfridge, microwave popcorn, jug of water, etc. (coffee & tea is served with breakfast each morning).
For your safety a flashlight is required to help navigate the steps after dark so please bring one. Your smart phone flashlight app works well too.
Running water is not available in the yurt or near the yurts. Some guests like to bring moist towellettes/wipes for hand washing after using the composting toilet.

Click “Booking ” Link above to get rates for the time of year you wish to stay and make reservations 24/7 online for our bed and breakfast yurts.

Please Note: When you make a reservation, you are reserving a yurt, but not a specific yurt.

Cedar House Inn & Yurts,
6463 Highway 19 N, Dahlonega, Ga 30533


© 2007 Cedar House Inn LLC


You Tube Yurt Video

inside of yurt looking from bed to front door and deck

yurt exterior showing private deck


Cedar House Inn & Yurts, 6463 Highway 19 N, Dahlonega, Ga 30533


© 2007 Cedar House Inn LLC

Can children stay in a yurt?

Sorry the yurts and the inn are for adults only. An adult is 18 years and older. Check out the State Parks that offer yurts- they are designed for families.

Can more than 2 people stay in a yurt?

Each yurt has a queen size bed suitable for 2 adults. We do not have rollaways and guests cannot sleep on the floor.

Can I bring my pet?

Pets are not permitted on the property.

Can you prepare meals in the yurts?

We are not set up for cooking and it is not permitted per our insurance policy. Guests staying in a yurt receive a full breakfast each morning with the other guests staying in the inn. Guests go out for lunch and dinner.

Are the yurts heated or air conditioned?

The yurts have two heaters for the cooler months. No air conditioning for warmer months but fans provided. Guests tend to be out of the yurts in the afternoon hours exploring the area during the hotter months.

Is there a bath room in the yurts?

Each yurt has a composting toilet but no water. A short walk up the hill is the bath house for the yurt guests. Each yurt has a private section of the bath house with flush toilet, sink, stall shower, towels, soap, shampoo. Yurt guests are given a key to their yurt and bath house upon check in. The bath house is heated and air conditioned.

Can I smoke in the yurt?

No smoking in yurts or on the property.

Does Wi-Fi work in the yurts?

Wi fi only works closer to the inn on inn patios, porch and insider the inn common areas. The inn is closed to yurt guests at 11 pm.

Do you have a place for campfires?

No we do not have a campfire area.

Can you accommodate guests with chemical sensitivities?

No. We use scented cleaners and laundry detergents. We also have guest staying with us that wear perfume/cologne and cannot guarantee that the yurt will not have residual odors.

Are the yurts handicap accessible?

No. You must go down uneven steps and a dirt/gravel path to get to the yurt decks. Another step required to get into the yurt. The bath house also require steps.

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