Cozy, bright, private. Near downtown, college, arts centre, rec centre, airport + trails. Kitchen, dining/living space, sleep-loft, running + hot water, shower, incinerating toilet. Yummy ingredients to make breakfasts. Please be kind – no meat on the premises please, preferably no animal products. Eat from the garden + greenhouse. Come to the house for sprouts, for kombucha! Come try a yoga class! Check the schedule at yoga yukon dot ca (one word).
No smoking. No meat/seafood. Please compost and recycle in bins provided. Please remove sheets, empty garbage and compost, and clean up before leaving. PETS: Please enquire/communicate about pets before booking. If we agree yes, there is a nightly charge for dogs, as for an extra person, so you need to book for two people, or three if you're a couple with a pet. But please first enquire with specifics and a picture ... ie. size, age, hairiness. Thanks : ) You would need to clean up after your pets in the tiny house and in the garden.
Si vous annulez jusqu'à 5 jours avant le voyage, vous recevez un remboursement intégral. En cas d'annulation au cours des 5 jours précédant le voyage, la première nuit est non remboursable, mais vous recevrez un remboursement à hauteur de 50 % du coût des nuits restantes.
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Hi. I moved to Whitehorse in 2000 and it was the best move of my life. It is an amazing place – diverse and accessible in community, arts, people and land. I lived full-time in the tiny house I am listing for almost two years, so I can vouch that it is comfortable, cozy and rather delightful. I teach yoga, and design/build renovations – helping people bring space and light into their homes and daily lives. I also do graphic design. I spend time in garden and greenhouse growing most of my food, walking two terrier-mutt-friends, getting out into the vastness of the Yukon beyond our local forest trails occasionally, spending time with the special people in my life, knitting, puttering, learning to ski, riding my not-a-mountain bike leisurely on easy forest trails, doing my own yoga and Vipassana meditation practices and supporting those local communities as well as the environmental/animal/social activism communities ... and, I try but can't seem to resist projects like greenhouses and tiny homes. I hope you'll come visit mine ... and the not-so-tiny Yukon.