Stay in a tipi, once owned by a shaman. We've held many ceremonies and gatherings here, and you can feel a very strong, sacred energy. Painted animal spirits surround you and protect you as you sleep. A fire pit inside of the tipi can be used to keep you warm on cold nights and for cooking. We will provide you with a sage bundle that you can use if you'd like for blessing, c
Stay in a tipi, once owned by a shaman. We've held many ceremonies and gatherings here, and you can feel a very strong, sacred energy. Painted animal spirits surround you and protect you as you sleep. A fire pit inside of the tipi can be used to keep you warm on cold nights and for cooking. We will provide you with a sage bundle that you can use if you'd like for blessing, cleansing, and healing. We look forward to sharing this space with you and hope your time here will guide you on own your journey.
- Check in: After 2PM
- Check out: Before 12PM
- Cancellation policy: Moderate
- On arrival: Meet and greet
- Minimum nights: 1 night
- Accepts bookings: 12 months out
Offered on the Host's property or nearby.
Natural features you'll find at Painted Sacred Tipi in Washington.
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Exactly what it looks like in the pictures, but would recommend staying in the winter. Lots of bees in the summer and it caused me a bit of anxiety. I couldn't stay overnight due to safety concerns. Very kind host who tried to be super accommodating, but didn't work out.
Spacious tipi in a beautiful garden
Mary Alyce was a great host - super friendly and responsive, available when we needed anything, and otherwise gave left us alone.
The property is beautiful and easy to find. The tipi is spacious and we were able to stay warm with the fire ring inside. Unlimited firewood, kindling, and starter material was provided to us for $10 for the whole trip.
There are a few espresso stands, restaurants, and stores in town if you need anything. The property is also right next to the town's Farmer's Market, which occurs on Fridays throughout the summer months.
Bring a cooler, stove, and your own sleeping bag/bedding and pillow. There are cots on the ground, but you may want a sleeping pad for extra comfort.
Would definitely stay again if I'm in the area!
This was an incredible place to stay. Mary Alyce provided spot on communication the entire time. Upon arrival I was pleasantly greeted and toured through the accommodations and property. . The Tipi was not only beautiful, but also very comfortable and quite soothing after a stressful day. I will definitely be returning!
The tipi was wonderful, the property was beautiful. We really enjoyed our stay. In the middle of the night the yard sprinkler system went off two times for about a half hour each time. This made the sprinkler hit the tipi and was extremely loud. That was slightly disappointing considering it is advertised as "sacred grounds", so we thought it would be my peaceful setting, especialy while trying to sleep.
Mary Alice had lit a fire in the tipi fire ring before we arrived, very nice! The space accommodated four of us quite well. She directed us to use the bathrooms across the street at the public park, which surprised me because we expected hot water and probably showers to be available based upon the site's amenities as listed.
All of our expectations were met and then exceeded. The tent was gorgeous, the fire pit completely set up so that the fire was a breeze, and Mary's home and garden is like something straight out of a Jude Devereaux romance novel- lush, verdant, and peaceful.
I came with my daughter so we were thrilled to find that the space was less than a five minute walk from the local park and an adorable stream with bits shallow enough to wade in. Had I known how perfect everything would turn out to be we would have stayed for way more than one night; now we know, and we will definitely be back!!
Thank you so much for a wonderful stay!