What is Western Maine Yurts?

Western Maine Yurts is a unique lodging experience connecting the best aspects Maine has to offer.  Our solar powered yurts offer cozy comforts with a rustic style.  They allow guests to hear the birds and rain, while staying warm and toasty in the winter months.  Four-season comfort is made possible with arctic insulation and a propane stove for the cold nights. A heated farmhouse style bathhouse offers another level of comfort for hot showers and other hygiene needs.  Outdoor seating, Solo Stoves, and walking trails offer guests a connection with the outdoors.  Owned and operated by local Oxford County residents, more information about the team behind Western Maine Yurts can be found at the About Us tab.

What is The Chandler Brook Village?

Chandler Brook Village is a grouping of 8 yurts in the small town of Bethel.  The village is set amongst 128 acres of forest and wetland.  The yurts are accessed by 4 private driveways from the Chandler Hill Rd.  Each 24ft yurt is tucked into the surrounding forest.  There are walking paths to and from the bathhouse, with a growing recreational trail network.  Chandler Brook Village is 5 minutes from Mt. Abram ski area and mountain biking and 15 minutes from Sunday River ski area.  Downtown Bethel is only minutes away and offers a variety of options for dining, shops, and entertainment.  Locally, guests have access to the Androscoggin river for fishing, canoeing, kayaking, and paddle boarding.  There is an expansive amount of local trails for hiking, backpacking, and snowshoeing that can be found at Mahoosuc Land Trust, Bethel Community Forest, Grafton Notch State Park, Evans Notch, and other White Mountain National Forest parcels.  If you have a love for the Western Foothills of Maine and enjoy 4 season recreation this is the place for you!