If you're looking for a romantic place to stay for Valentine's Day this Missouri Airbnb could be it.

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It's been voted one of the most lusted-after Airbnb properties in the Midwest and it is an unusual place. It's called the Forest Garden Yurts located on 4 acres of the Ozark Forest. This property is a custom-built yurt with a ton of artistic detail.

What is a Yurt?

Ok. I have to be honest I had to look this one up because I was not sure what the heck a yurt is. So a yurt is a modern-day name for a tent and has been used for centuries.

Yurts are one of the oldest forms of shelter used by ancient civilizations that are still relevant today-with some deviations.

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This Yurt Airbnb comes equipped with a kitchen, bedroom, and a nook living room. The bathroom yurt is separate but has a covered walk. Ok. so that part may not be very romantic, but the inside is, I can promise you, something that you have never seen before in an Airbnb.

Yurt Living Room

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Small in size, but plenty of room for two people to get cozy.

Bathroom Hut

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This could be interesting. If you ever want to know what it was like in the 1800s, well, here's your chance

I would stay here. You get the peace of the forest and the seclusion you need to just unplug from it all. Yeah, why not? Then you can say that you stayed in a yurt and then have to explain what the heck is a yurt.

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