Elliot's Room, with its brightly painted walls and two comfortable queen beds, can sleep up to four. We also have soft foam fold out mattresses that fit two more on the floor. Please note that this room is closest to the busy road which you may find noisy if used to remote living.
This beloved family home is in the process of transitioning into a community wellness center. The downstairs and 2 acres of yard frequently host activities that promote holistic healing practices for self, community, and planet. During your stay there is a chance that the common areas—downstairs and the yard—will be in use by any number of activities, from morning yoga classes to visits from folks seeking solace in the gardens or along the creek. There is a private consultation room downstairs which is shared by a variety of healers—including massage therapists, an acupuncturist, an integrative family doctor, and practitioners of yoga and vibroacoustic harp therapy. Some of these may be seeing clients in the consultation room during the daytime, and any would be delighted to offer you their services during your stay, with enough advanced notice. There is no guarantee that the services you seek will be available during your stay, but we will do our best to accommodate your request. If you are interested in any of the above, or have questions about what else is available, please contact your host. Fees for these services are determined by the individual providers.
Disponible para huéspedes
Guests of all sleeping spaces are encouraged to share (and enjoy!) the common spaces, including the rustic but high-end kitchen; full bathrooms in the upstairs and basement; the backyard, community gardens, and island with zip line; and sunken living room. The upstairs and basement bathrooms are shared by all guests. The gorgeous shared kitchen boasts granite island and counters, a fridge disguised as an old-fashioned wooden ice box, and a fire-engine-red cast iron stove. All are warmly welcome to use our kitchen—for conversation, a shared meal, or if you like to prepare your own meals. The fridge is shared by all, just please mark your items clearly. The out-of-doors is wild, sweeping, and beautiful! The backyard is a surprising retreat, with a rambling creek, an open-space island suitable for a good game of kickball or frisbee football (you can find all these in the barn-like shed), and a community garden built by three families of friends. Native trees have been planted throughout the property, and three kinds of wild berries grow along its edges, harvestable between June and July. A fire pit beckons Spring through Fall, and two picnic tables are available for use creekside. An elaborate climbing structure, hand-built by a recent owner and his children, boasts swings, slides, a sandbox, and a platform high in the branches of a Norway maple. This is truly a unique property, loved by children and adults alike.
Atención a los huéspedes
Hosts do not live in the main house, but are just down the street and available to assist if needs arise. We will make sure you have an access code to enter the main home. Please note: individual bedrooms do NOT have locks on their doors, though all rooms do lock from the inside. This rental is one of three bedrooms upstairs. The upstairs bathroom is shared by all, including any guests of the wellness center, and it has a lock on the door.
Otros aspectos destacables
You are welcome to join and any all events that may be happening in the common areas (downstairs or outside), provided space is available. Inquire about what activities are planned for the time of your stay by contacting your host. When activities are underway in these spaces, we request that you refrain from using them, unless you are a participant. And if there is something you'd like to do with your group while staying with us that fits within our vision of holistic healing practices for self, community, and planet, maybe we can help arrange it for you! Contact Kristin through AirBnB and pitch an idea. The space is ideal for groups of up to 15-20 for daytime use, and the entire house (which has beds for 7 but can sleep more, if you bring your own cots, sleeping bags, tents, etc) is also available for rent through AirBnB under the listing, Trout Creek Healing Collective. More information on common spaces: The large, sunken living room (the Yoga Room) easily holds 10 for yoga, but more can squeeze in if needed. Neighbors and friends frequently join us for morning yoga practice, and you and your group are invited to use the chairs, yoga props, and mats as you like, provided you return them to their original location and condition when finished. Please use the provided wet wipes to clean off used yoga mats.
We care deeply about this home, the land, the space, and our collective intention to create a healing space that promotes sustainable, holistic practices for self, community and planet. Please refrain from any activities that do not fit within this intention. This includes illicit drug use or smoking anywhere in the home or on the property, including the yard, the Tree House, the Roost, the community garden, or on the island. We ask also that guests do not use any perfumes or chemical cleaners during their stay, for the safety of the planet and comfort of all of our visitors. Our hope is that you will love your time in this healing, beautiful space as much as we do.
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