1. a circular domed tent of skins or felt stretched over a collapsible lattice framework and used by pastoral peoples of inner Asia.
Here, let’s use it in a sentence.
Marfa’s famed El Cosmico hotel has scored an authentic yurt from Mongolia. It’s available for bookings now, and get this: you can even purchase one for yourself.
Great, that cleared things up. But just in case, here are a few more details.
The thing’s 22 feet in diameter. So that gives you plenty of room to spread out.
They spruced it up. With wood floors, an outdoor deck and a queen-size bed that’s a pretty vital component to not sleeping on the ground.
There’s only one. So when you’re attending the Trans-Pecos Festival of Music and Love in Marfa this fall (right, like you’d miss that), skip the trailers and safari tents and opt for the yurt. Because, we don’t know... yurt.
Consider this a test-drive. That’s right. If you like it, you can buy it. Well, a very similar one from El Cosmico’s website. They’re all handmade in rural Mongolia and would make a fine addition to your backyard.
Though you might have to move your tepee.