Tatra Mountain Yurts is a unique yurt situated on the top of Honaj Hill in beautiful Dursztyn. It is only 15 km from Nowy Targ, 30 km from Zakopane and about 20 km from the Slovak border.
The hosts have decorated their cozy yurt in a beautiful oriental style. It is equipped with one double bed and two sofabeds, so it is an ideal option for a family with kids.
Guests of this Yurt in Dursztyn, have a comfortable bathroom in the main building and an equipped kitchenette at their disposal.
This Yurt has a fully equipped kitchenette for guests to prepare meals for themselves.
Yurta in Dursztyn is seated on a wooden platform, with a breathtaking view of the landscape of the High Tatras. In addition, guests have the opportunity to relax in a Finnish tub.
The Yurt in Dursztyn is a great starting point for hiking and cycling trips around the Pieniny, Gorce and Tatra mountains. The Czorsztyńskie Lake is nearby, has a good sandy beach, and a life guard on duty so it's good for swimming. On the other hand, the most notable area of protected nature is the Pieniny National Park.
In the area of Yurt there are many historical monuments worth seeing. The particularly beautiful sacred buildings include Burzowa Shrine in Łapszanka, Church of Sts. Apostles Szymon and Judy Tadeusz in Białka Tatrzańska from around 1700, late Gothic church of the Holy Trinity and Saint Anthony Opat in Nowy Targ and the 15th century, St. Michael the Archangel church in Dębno. In addition, it is worth visiting the 16th-century Manor House in Łopuszna, the Memorial House of Father Józef Tischner, as well as the impressive strongholds: the Czorsztyn Castle and the Dunajec Castle.
The region is attractive especially in winter, when tourists go skiing at Horników Wierch, Bania and Kotelnica in Białka Tatrzańska, Koziniec in Czarna Góra or Wierchy in Bukowina Tatrzańska.