Stay in our 12' x 15' tent/hut dwelling here you will have a carpeted floor, a bed with bedding and electric light.
* Campfire circle has seating and a grill. Bring your own charcoal and lighter.
* Kitchen hut with a tiny refrigerator and table and chairs inside in case of rain. One jug of drinking water is supplied; bring your own for longer stays.
* Outside the door is a washtub and a hose for easy dishwashing.
* Bathroom just a short walk from the hut.
Bedding supplied. Parking is at the top of the hill by the main house. You will be the only campers in the hut area, though we also rent a one room studio next door to the main house.
A family lives in the main house up the hill where up to two additional guests will have access to the private bathroom with shower. Peacefulness is primary here. Sit by the pond or walk the trails through the 180 acre forest bordering Wild Grace Forest Dwelling.
- Check in: After 2PM
- Check out: Before 11AM
- Cancellation policy: Strict
- On arrival: Meet and greet
- Minimum nights: 1 night
- Accepts bookings: 6 months out
The vibe at Wild Grace Forest Dwelling
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We had so much in staying at Wild Grace and will be going back for sure! It was a great little get away that was far enough away from everything to feel secluded but not so far that you couldn’t go to a restaurant for dinner if you wanted to. Helpful hint: the hot and cold water are backwards in the bathroom! Brenda was fantastic and so friendly. I would recommend staying with her!
Had the best time "glamping" at this site! The yurt was so cozy and cute and we loved the secluded campfire circle. All the amenities we could think of were graciously provided by our host (firewood, soap, towels, etc.) which made our stay worry-free. Plus, our hosts Brenda and Justin are some of the nicest people you will ever meet, ready to go above and beyond to make our stay comfortable. I've never spent time in the woods in such luxury before- highly recommended!!
This was a great experience for a pair of beginner campers. The hosts were so welcoming to us. The attention to detail in the hut itself is amazing- the pictures don't do it justice. Truly a beautiful site. Amneties were excellent, some things were provided that we didn't even know we needed. We enjoyed walking around downtown and meeting locals. Everywhere we went we were greeted with friendliness. We loved our stay.
This is by far one of my favorite spots...a community of huts, and the one that is rented out is decorated like a Moroccan tent...absolutely loved it. The property is amazing, as are the hosts. Arrived much later than expected, due to the change in time when traveling through states, yet we were warmly welcomed and given the tour...what a fabulous place to unwind and the hosts have thought of everything, so all you need to do is chill...my kind of place....
Experience not as planned but Wild Grace hosts were excellent, the site peaceful and accommodations very relaxing. Which I needed. Was arriving via motorcycle. Took a spill on Plum Creek Road about a mile from Wild Grace injuring my self and my bike. Neighbors helped with the bike and called Carol who graciously came and picked me up in her car. Her associate Brenda let me use her phone to contact my wife (no T-mobile service in the area). I then spent the next day very comfortably at Wild Grace until she could pick me up. Couldn't have asked for nicer stay under trying circumstances. I will try and visit again.