OUR FOUR-SEASON GLAMPING RESORT IS SET FOR ITS GRAND OPENING SUMMER 2021
We have several options available for “sneak peak” stays this Spring
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Nature Space Wellness Weekends
Yoga, creativity, hot tubs, local food and a unique stay…what a great way to unwind!
Perfect for a special occasion or a fabulous weekend with friends. This package is for a group of 4, but can be tailored to larger groups.
Your two-night package includes a two-night stay in our kingfisher yurt and eagles nest loft, two yoga classes (tailored to your schedule), a felting workshop with the fabulous Lisa, from Messy Crow Studio (where you’ll get to make your own 5×7 framed felted piece to take home), and a breakfast package for your group (with farm fresh eggs, homemade bread, local bacon, and more). You even get an extended check out (1pm vs 11am).
Cost – $199-$249/pp (4-6 people). We can also customize the experience to suit your needs. We can add or substitute to suit the needs of your group. These packages are completely flexible and we can add on or substitute night experiences, kayak tours, stand-up paddleboarding, and so much more.
A 25% deposit is required to book. To book, please call 902-916-0136 or fill out our booking inquiry form on our website. *Please call us if you’re looking for a group of 5 or 6 people. For groups of 5 or 6 there are additional fees; however the per person price is less (5 people= $229 +tax per person; 6 people= $199+ tax per person).
The Eagle’s Nest Loft:
The Eagle’s Nest is a beautifully appointed one bedroom, self-contained apartment in the trees. Furnished with reclaimed wood furniture from historic barns and building from PEI and made locally by Reclaimed PEI. The kitched is well-equipped with stainless steel appliances and a dishwasher (because who wants to do dishes on vacation!). The bedroom has a beautiful reclaimed wood queen-sized bed, there’s also a daybed with trundle that can sleep two more (although best suited to little ones). The bathroom has a standup shower. The loft comes stocked with board games and old DVDs for cold winter nights or rainy summer days. It has an outdoor deck with gorgeous views and most importantly, at the foot of the stairs is a private hot tub.
The unit rents for $189-209 plus tax per night ($189 off-season (October to June) $209 peak season (July-September).
You can add on a number of extras to your stay including:
- Breakfast package- The “make-your-own” breakfast comes with a dozen farm-fresh eggs laid by Nature Space’s very own chickens (you’ll also get a chance to meet our fabulous flock). It also comes with local bacon, orange juice, homemade bread (we make either harvest bread or artisan gluten-free bread), and homemade jam/jelly. $20+tax (2-person) & $35+tax (4-person)
- Private one-hour yoga session in the yoga yurt $75+tax
- Guided 60 minute night-experience tour $30+tax per person (2 person minimum)
- Winter packages: Snowshoe rentals, Snowshoe & Fondue- 60 minute guided nature snowshoe finishing with a fantastic fondue spread with local chocolate, Guided Snowga (snowshoe yoga) on property
- Summer packages: Kayak tours (guided and self-guided on the lake, guided tours off-site, and stand-up paddleboarding). For more information on warm weather experiences, please see HERE
Eagle’s Nest with the Kingfisher Yurt
This is the ideal package for groups of 4-6 people who are looking for the unique opportunity to stay in one of our beautiful Mongolian yurts. The yurts are a true glamping experience, and as such don’t have kitchen or washroom facilities within the structure. Our large lodge building with the washroom and kitchen facilities is under construction and won’t be ready until Summer 2021. As such, the Kingfisher needs to be rented with the Eagle’s Nest Loft in order to access a kitchen/washroom. There is a separate hot tub with each accommodation (two in total). A short trail, with a bridge across a stream connects the two accommodations together.
The Kingfisher is furnished with beautiful reclaimed wood furniture, including a queen-sized bed, a daybed with trundle, and a sitting area by the wood fireplace. Each yurt contains a bar fridge, and coffee station, and can sleep up to 4 people. The yurt has electricity, but no running water (this is the “camping” part of “glamping”). The trail to the Eagle’s Nest to access kitchen, washroom and hot tub is less than 100ft long and is well maintained.
Because this is a “sneak-peak” we are offering the two accommodations for an incredible discount. Normally the Eagle’s Nest is $189+tax per night and the yurts are $179 +tax per night, but you can rent the two together for $299+tax per night until our grand opening in July. Starting in July, the two accommodations rent for $329. This is the perfect place for girls’ weekends, family get-aways, or small group adventures. If you’re not sure if this set-up is right for you, drop us a line and we can answer all of your questions.
A two-night minimum rental is required.
Frequently Asked Questions
- How does booking work? We are working with a temporary website, which is a bit less efficient for booking. To book, you fill out a billing inquiry form (links above). We will follow-up within 24 hours. If it is a straight-forward request with availability, we will send you a confirmation email. If there are follow-up questions or no availability on your chosen date, we’ll either reach out via phone or email. Once confirmed, we will contact you for a deposit to hold the reservation. The deposit is 25% of the reservation, and is refundable if cancelled 7 days prior to your stay (less a $20 admin fee- etransfer deposits are 100% refundable). No bookings are confirmed until the 25% deposit has been received.
- Are you pet friendly? We love animals and share our property with an abundance of wildlife. The accommodations; however, aren’t pet friendly. We know that pets are a part of the family and we hate to say no, but the accommodations aren’t appropriate for pets and we want the wildlife to keep visiting.
- What time is check in and check out? Typically, check in is anytime after 4pm and check out is anytime before 11am. It takes quite a while to turn over the accommodations (especially with Covid). If you’d like an early check-in or late check-out let us know and we may be able to accommodate if there isn’t anyone else leaving or arriving the same day.
- What is the wifi like? There isn’t any wi-fi available at this time. Once the main lodge is built, wi-fi will be available in the lodge. This area gets reasonable cell service for PEI.
- Is the Eagle’s Nest Loft attached to another building? The Loft is above the Boathouse (and the boathouse has 10ft ceilings, which is why the Loft is so high up in the air). The boathouse is the area where the kayaks and paddleboards are stored for tours. The loft overlooks the Lakehouse (which is where we live on-site) but the buildings aren’t connected. The kitchen of the loft looks onto the Lakehouse, but that’s the only spot. It’s very private and quiet.
- Why do I have to rent the Eagle’s Nest if I only want to stay in a yurt? Temporarily, the Kingfisher Yurt and the Eagle’s Nest must be rented together as the kitchen and washroom facilities are in the Eagle’s Nest Loft. There are not kitchen or bathroom facilities in the yurts. The yurts are fabulous, luzury camping pods with their own hottubs. Normally, there are communal kitchen and washroom facilities for the yurts, but these are under construction.
- Is smoking permitted? No, smoking is not permitted in or around any of our accommodations. There is a designated smoking area on site.
- Where can we get food and drink? The town of Morell is 5 minutes away and there’s a great restaurant and bar there that’s open year-round (Holy Cow) and a seasonal seafood place (The Lobster Shack). The Morell Co-op grocery store is an excellent rural grocery and contains most everything you need. Additionally, the Needs convenience and Irving gas station also has a liquor shop and important grocery essentials and is open later than the co-op.
- Other than things at the resort, what is there to see and do? Where do we start! In the winter there are snowshoe trails everywhere and we’ll happily point those out to you. We’re near an historic lighthouse (walking distance) and the snowshoe down and back is ~1hour. We’re near the confederation trail with endless possibilities, and we’re only 20 minutes to Greewhich park. Summer is bumping! We are 5 minutes to Crowbush Cove golf course and near several other championship golf courses, minutes from several northshore white sand beaches, and only 30 minutes to the arts and culture scene in Charlottetown.