Lindisfarne Guest House
Join united states private refuge in the peaceful Lindisfarne guest household, our two-story Japanese-style escape household, or perhaps in the centrally-located spaces within the Wheelwright Center or even Water Hall.
Lindisfarne Guest Home
The Lindisfarne Guest House is a distinctive octagonal building with twelve rooms on two floors surrounding a 30-foot skylit atrium. The atrium provides a relaxing skylit sitting location in which guests often gather to learn or sit with a cup of beverage because of the fire. The building is built in a traditional Japanese style and heated with a central wood-burning stove and passive solar power system.
The visitor rooms are merely however easily furnished, with big house windows starting onto improved reasons. Each set of spaces shares your bathrooms and there is a centrally found bath. A sauna with additional collection of baths comes in a different building. The visitor home home offers fresh baked breads and jams, also regular fresh fruit, coffee and beverage.
The Wheelwright Center
The Wheelwright Center has four visitor areas straight across from dining area within the main location. Two associated with areas (A and B) might be combined into a suite. Area C is a tiny room with a private entry and shared bathroom. Area D comes with its bath and bathroom and is wheelchair available. These spaces tend to be appropriate families and people needing special accommodation.
This new, small, exclusive guest space has its own restroom and shower, with a two fold sleep for solitary or double occupancy. It is completely wheelchair available and easy to reach from the central parking lot. Specifically reserved for our friends utilizing wheelchairs.
Stay-in our visitor facilities for your own refuge and follow your very own schedule, or join us for a multi-day workshop (see Calendar for listings).