of The Stone House
Our cabins are simple, quiet structures with passive solar heating, electricity and hot water. With 2 additional bedrooms in the main house we can comfortably accommodate 20 people overnight in a mixture of shared rooms with single and double beds. Outdoor camping options for an additional 10 people are also available.
The far hermitage is available as a contemplative space for individual rest and reflection.
Our main house is a gathering place not only for meals, but good conversation and fun too! The main living room opens to the dining room and kitchen; smaller rooms are also available for small groups, reading, or relaxing.
We have a large 8-burner industrial stove in our kitchen. Plenty of counter space as well as 3 sinks make cooking for large groups fun and easy. We can seat up to 50 people for meals in the space that also has a wood stove for wintertime warmth.
The art room is always available. Materials are free and ready for people to come and make collages, paintings, or other works of inspired art.
The pavilion is great for music and performance during the warmer months. Wedding ceremonies and dances, as well as yoga and some quiet moments of simple conversation are only a start for how this space can be enjoyed.
Our practice space is a beautiful and quiet place for meditation, yoga, ceremony, sacred dance and reflection.
The upper meeting space can accommodate up to 40 people for group meetings and conversation. Please note that because of the stairs, this space is not accessible to people with physical disabilities. Wireless internet is available in the main house and meeting room. Cell phone reception is good for most people.
The resource room is a quiet space for reading and reflection; it houses a diverse collection of reading material, games and videos for everyone to enjoy.
Our 2 acre pond is a gathering place for humans and animals alike. Its not uncommon to see a Great Blue Heron pass by while sitting under one of the willow trees.
Our 20 chickens offer an abundance of fresh eggs for the kitchen. They are also a source of entertainment and meaningful connection for guests and staff.
We have an orchard that provides us with a delicious variety of plums, peaches, pears, persimmons and apples. Our pecan and walnut trees produce nuts that we use for eating and dyeing.
We have 35 acres of large open pasture in which you’ll find meandering paths and wild areas.
The veggie gardens at The Stone House are abundant and soulful, and are where guests and volunteers spend good time working and playing together. Most of the fresh food that we serve comes from them and we hope to expand our capacity over the coming years.
Our herb garden, just outside the kitchen, is a place where cooks can step outside to gather aromatic and medicinal ingredients.
We welcome anyone who would like to work on the land during their stay.