Below was taken from a Conde Nast article titled “A guide to Glamping Around the World“:
This is the kind of place where clients who arrive by bicycle are given a free bottle of wine from the alternative-energy-loving management. A decade ago, a family decided to make a resort inspired by the way animals live, “perched lightly on the land.” Five years of permits and two years of construction later, this collection of 16 yurts dotting 11 acres along a bluff 400 feet above the Pacific Coast runs on its own generator, has a 65-foot ocean-view bar, sources all of its veggies within 40 miles, and feeds leftovers from its California cuisine restaurant and sushi bar to 18 resident chickens. Each yurt has hot and cold running water but no showers or toilets (those are in the main house, which has heated tile floors). Guests may also pitch their own tent at Treebones’s campsites, one of which comes with an elevated “human nest” built of wood scraps and designed by a local artist. Like we said, it’s that kind of place.