The main pavilion is a shared space offered for the four tiny houses nestled in the heart of the forest, surrounded by the serene beauty of nature. Each building is located at a comfortable distance from one another, allowing for privacy yet remaining within a 2-3 minute walk of each other. The main pavilion is located in front of the parking area, behind a tranquil pond with frogs and beside a burnt house, nicknamed the "haunted house," adding a touch of playful mystery. The haunted house is soon to be renovated and will become a boutique featuring farm products and handmade crafts. The luxurious chicken coop and rabbit house is near the main pavilion.
The main pavilion boasts an outdoor kitchen complete with a small fridge, barbecue, sink, and smoker, perfect for cheese and fish-meat lovers. Inside, guests will find an indoor kitchen equipped with a sink, fridge with freezer, microwave, dishwasher, 2-burner induction cooker, and small oven on the counter. There is also a table seating 6 people, and a huge double couch made from a vintage industrial wooden cart that is the size of two single beds. The centerpiece of the beautiful open space is a 4-sided, 360-degree fireplace located in the middle of the pavilion, perfect for spreading warmth and creating a cozy atmosphere. You will also find a small library with our favorite books about farming, nature, magic, art, and well-being as well as a collection of magazines about interior design and a second collection about magic.
Upstairs, on the mezzanine level, guests will find a comfortable queen bed reserved for groups renting the entire site.
At the back of the main pavilion, guests will find a huge deck with comfortable outdoor furniture to relax and soak up the sun and a hot tub available 24 hours a day, perfect for admiring the stars and fireflies during June and July. Near the outdoor kitchen, guests will find a bathroom with a shower, toilet, and small heater. The heater runs on gas, and sometimes the water pressure can cause the water temperature to fluctuate. It's also important to note that the main pavilion is not fully insulated, and the water may freeze during March and April. If you're visiting during this time, you're welcome to use the hot tub, but cooking may be difficult due to the weather and lack of water. Despite this, it's a beautiful open space to relax in even when it's raining during summer. The main pavilion has a special energy where you can let go , relax and be yourself surrounded by nature.
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