July 27 - 30, 2017
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Sleeps: One queen bed, two twin beds
Devotion is the most remote cabin available which offers all who stay here a serene experience in nature. Being the last cabin on the road, the tall pine trees and bushy Manzanita brush create a nurturing environment, instilling a deep sense of peace and inner stillness. Devotion is quite roomy and has a fully functional kitchen, a bathroom with a tub, and a wonderful deck overlooking beautiful mountain ranges. For the colder, wintery months, this cabin has a wood burning stove and a propane gas heater to make your stay relaxed and comfortable.
Sleeps: 1 Queen, 1 Twin downstairs, and 1 Twin in the loft
Generosity is a uniquely crafted cabin with a high, beamed ceiling with charming woodwork. Nestled more closely to the main gardens, Generosity is a refuge for peace and tranquility. With a large deck overlooking one of the nicest views on the property and plenty of space inside to enjoy a relaxed retreat, this cabin is very expansive. An attractive ‘wood stove’ fueled by propane gas keeps Generosity pleasantly inviting. It’s great for secluding, yet still reasonably close to both temples and other guest facilities.
Sleeps: One double and one twin bed
Peace of Mind is a sweet cabin remotely located near Devotion cabin on the eastern side of the property with a remarkable view of mountain landscape. It has been recently remodeled, adding to its quaint charm. Simple, cozy, and secluded; Peace of Mind has a deeply calming influence. This cabin has a fully functioning kitchen and bath. A Propane heater keeps this charming cabin comfortable during winter conditions.
Sleeps: 1 Twin bed and 1 Queen fold-out futon downstairs and 1 Twin upstairs.
Swami’s Dome was Ananda’s founder, Swami Kriyananda’s residence from 1968 to 1972. It has a full kitchen and bath, upstairs loft with a twin bed, and a twin bed and queen futon in the downstairs room. This cabin has a beautiful view toward the Yuba River valley. Light and sunny, roomy and serenely decorated, your stay in this special cabin will be very memorable. This cabin is for Kriyabans only, please call us first to book your stay in this cabin. Thank you.
Sleeps: Two twin beds
Krishna is a delightfully spacious cabin that is nestled along our property line overlooking a gorgeous oak tree grove. With a deck facing the expansive views and a practical layout indoors, Krishna is wonderfully comfortable. This cabin has a full kitchen and bath, a pleasant living room, and two twin beds in a separate bedroom. A propane heater sufficiently heats Krishna during cooler winter months.
Sleeps: 1 Double bed
Kindness is cute little cabin, offering an attractive haven just outside the healing gardens fence. Its simple layout provides a welcoming opportunity to gain a period of rest and relaxation. Kindness offers the basic amenities with a kitchenette and full size bathroom.
Sleeps: 1 Queen bed
Renunciation is a sweetly rustic yurt-style cabin that is one large room with a kitchen extension. For anyone interested in having a majestic garden blooming just outside their front doorstep, Renunciation is a perfect option. This cabin is the only one with a kitchen that is within the garden fences! Conveniently nestled between the main guest facilities, temples, and shower house, Renunciation is a great choice for anyone looking for beauty, simplicity, and a deep inner calmness. This cabin has a private outhouse nearby.
Sleeps: 1 Twin bed
Wisdom is a charming little cabin down the hill from the main dining room and kitchen. This cabin is quaintly decorated, and its rustic simplicity offers a wonderfully peaceful escape into nature’s stillness. Wisdom is a small, single room with a twin size bed, a desk, and reading chair. A propane heater keeps this cabin snug while the nearby outhouse offers the most basic amenities. All who stay in Wisdom gather for meals in the main dining room since cooking isn’t available.
Sleeps: 1 twin bed
Patience is a simple, one room yurt-style cabin that is remotely located in the campground area of the retreat. Basic and rustic, it offers a great opportunity to tune into the deep calmness and joy of nature. The cabin has a propane hotplate, sink, and a lovely living space. Private outhouse facilities are nearby, and the shower house is a brief, but pleasant, walk away. Patience is heated with a propane wall heater.
One to two twin beds depending on reservation. These Tent Bungalows are a fantastic solution for those wanting a retreat on a budget. Their rigid construction offers a sturdy and enjoyable dwelling. All bungalows have a deck to take in views of the gardens and surrounding forest. These bungalows all have been decorated uniquely, all of which are charming and very inviting. The bungalows are for those intending to join group meals in the main dining room since food and cooking aren’t allowed. All bungalows are equipped with a propane heater.
Sleeps: 4 separate rooms each with a Twin bed
Happiness lodge is a delightful group house, offering a simple and comfortable chance to enjoy the peace of the retreat without having many ‘extras.’ The surrounding landscape offers so much beauty; it’s easy to feel a deep serenity while staying in Happiness. The rooms are small and all have a twin bed, table, chair, and bedside lamp. The housemates share a communal bathroom. There’s a kitchenette with a propane hotplate, sink, and small refrigerator. Happiness Lodge has been recently renovated with new carpet, paint, and extensive exterior upgrades. Guests of Happiness lodge eat meals in the retreat’s dining area. It’s a great place for a group of up to four women to experience nature’s magic.
Sleeps: 1 twin or double bed
Simply furnished, canvas-sided cabins with electricity and propane heat. All have either a double bed or a single. Bathrooms and shower house are a short walk. Ideal for one male. No food or cooking allowed in these lodgings; guests in monkalows take their meals in the dining hall.
Sleeps: campsite can accommodate several tents, $10 each extra tent
Lovely campground area with lush canopy of pine and cedar. Roomy 2-person tents are available for an extra $10 a night if you don’t have your own. RV’s permitted, but there are no hookups for them. There are two outhouse toilets in the campground area and the shower house and toilets are nearby. The campground is ideal for families, particularly in the summer months.