This Room’s Theme
Each of our 11 guest rooms is designed around a common fear or human experience.
Room Seven (The Geisha Room) is a favorite with its gorgeous brass bed and ornate wood furniture. The kimono is an heirloom from the owner's great grandfather and hangs on display as well as a geisha. The word geisha consists of two kanji: gei (芸, meaning 'art') and sha (者, meaning 'person' or 'doer'). The most literal translation of geisha in the English language would be "artist" but honestly "artist" does not give an accurate description of all a geisha represents. They have a long rich history that is fascinating to explore but one thing that stands out is their role as protectors of Japanese tradition. We hope this room might cause you to pause reflect on your own traditions worth protecting.
- Air Conditioning and Heat Control
- Sheets, towels, blankets and pillows
- Soap, shampoo, and hairdryer
- Shower and bathroom access
- Coffee bar in common area
- Outdoor deck, outdoor seating, rock and covered bridge
- Propane grill located on patio (propane not included)
Elevate your Stay
For adventurous guests, we offer an array of experiences to take you back in time. Sit for a tintype photography portrait, write a postcard to a loved one (or yourself), and discover the wonder of foraging and wreath making at one of our seasonal events.