Nestled in the woods near the food garden, our 20 foot Nomadics tipi can sleep up to 4, so it's the perfect country experience for families. The tipi is furnished with a queen futon, portable heater and lamps. Kids can bed down on the carpeted floor in their own sleeping bags.There is a full bathroom downstairs in the main house with a shower and tubfor your use.To keep ourContinue reading...
Nestled in the woods near the food garden, our 20 foot Nomadics tipi can sleep up to 4, so it's the perfect country experience for families. The tipi is furnished with a queen futon, portable heater and lamps. Kids can bed down on the carpeted floor in their own sleeping bags. There is a full bathroom downstairs in the main house with a shower and tub for your use. To keep our rate low and without a cleaning fee, you will need to bring your own sheets and pillowcases, but we provide pillows and blankets.
You can gather eggs in the morning and help yourself to berries, kale, beets or whatever else is ripe and ready for picking. Visit with the piglets, baby goats, or our horses, Reba and Sarah.
- Check in: After 2PM
- Check out: Before 12PM
- Cancellation policy: Strict
- On arrival: Meet and greet
- Minimum nights: 2
- Accepts bookings: 3 months out Weeknight discount: 15% off
- Response time: Within 12 hours
- Response rate: 100%
Offered on the Host's property or nearby.
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With a 20 ft high interior and soft faux fur rugs, this tipi glamping experience was a near perfect rustic getaway for my writing and cycling adventure to Port Townsend. Karen provided excellent directions and was easy to coordinate with. The 2 acres of land felt spacious and cozy at same time, with many animals adding to unique character of the place. The bathroom was a 60 second walk to main house and shower had good flow. I felt I had privacy although it was used also by some family I only ran into the cat a few times. Tipi was less than a mile to the trail head where I cycled 7 miles into Port Townsend and also not far from a cider orchard, Finn River. It was great to have 10-20 degrees cooler air so I achieved my goal of beating the summer city heat while experiencing goats, piglets, horses, to lull me to sleep. There was a place to set up a chair or small table but none provided. No shoes are allowed in tipi so it is very clean. The family was around tending to their live stock and happy to share about their working mini farm there. Friendly atmosphere at the same time I felt I had privacy. The horses were beautiful icing on the cake. Karen even allowed me to keep a cider chilled in her fridge. There were little touches that she and her family helped with or offered that also made trip special. I brought my own sheet, towel and sleeping bag and I used my extra thick yoga pad to firm up bed for my back to get better sleep. Sweet perky dog Pepper was also around for meet and greet.