Our guest cabins are rustic (outhouse facilities; no running water), but they're comfy. We have three cabins for guests, and can accommodate up to 8 guests in their own beds (more when couples share a bed). If you prefer to tent, there are ample places to set up camp. If rustic living isn't your thing, we can recommend local hotels and resorts.
|Meals are served in the "main" house (our house), and you are also welcome to use our shower and bathroom facilities here. Outlets are available in the house and in the classrooms for phone charging.|
|Wood-fired Finnish sauna available on request. (Snow not guaranteed.)|
What to bring
Your instructor will supply materials and tools you'll need to bring to your workshop (see Summer Workshops for 2017). You should also pack the following:
- Appropriate clothing and footwear for your workshop (this usually means old clothes you don't mind getting dirty or stained), and something to wear in the evenings if you want to change out of your work clothes.
- Toiletries and medications
- Sleeping bag and pillow
- Beverages and snacks as you wish. (Water, milk, coffee, and tea are provided)
- Bathing suit and floaty things optional, for lake swimming off the dock.
- Insect repellent
We provide breakfasts, lunches, and dinners for your stay, but if you have dietary preferences or would prefer to bring your own food, that works too (microwave oven and limited refrigerator/freezer space are available).