Woodland Hermitage is a simple wooden structure, well insulated with a wood burning stove (and no electricity or plumbing). It is naturally lit by ample windows. The interior is 10×12 feet with a small porch on the east side and a sitting platform along the downhill side. It is located in the back part of the property, a five minute walk from the Guest House.
Garden Hermitage has ample space for meditation, yoga, and reading, plus the sleeping alcove, a closet, a small toilet, and tea making area with sink. It is close to the guesthouse for access to kitchen, showers, etc, and overlooks the garden.
Guest Rooms: On the first floor of the guest house, these are the closest accommodations to bathroom/showers and kitchen. The primary inside guest room has a sitting space towards the front and a sleeping area in the back along with a closet. Our second guest room is a somewhat larger room, has its own entrance and a small patio.
Creekside Tent: This roomy “canvas cabin” has been in use for more than a decade. It is a 10′ by 12′ wall tent on a wooden platform in the middle section of the valley, a couple minutes downhill from the guesthouse. It is 4′ high on the sides and tall enough to stand in the peaked middle. It comes with a cot, rugs, rocking chair, and small table. The platform keeps it off the ground and deters bugs. The covered porch extends in front for sitting and enjoying views. This arrangement is quite roomy and more comfortable than backpack tents, and can be comfortably inhabited April through October (excepting very hot days mid-July through mid-August. (Hillside Tent has been retired after a decade of service.)