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☆Mindful Accommodation In Nature- Based Retreat☆

Calificado con 4.81 de 5 en 42 evaluaciones.SuperAnfitriónMount Carmel, Newfoundland and Labrador, Canadá
Cabaña entera
Anfitrión: Gordon
4 huéspedes1 habitación3 camas1 baño
Cabaña entera - Anfitrión: Gordon
4 huéspedes1 habitación3 camas1 baño
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A unique stay opportunity in Newfoundland. This rustic lodge was constructed of re-purposed old-growth western red cedar from a Church. Your accommodation is part of a larger nature-based retreat space called the Tree of Life. Designed to connect people and nature through cooperative development and management of an off-the-grid retreat facility. The facility features alternative energy, natural building techniques, and other sustainability practices. Explore our outside and indoor spaces.

El alojamiento
The Cedar Lodge is a rustic 16*12 one-bedroom cabin. Like all buildings on the property, the lodge is heated by natural heat. The wood stove is located in the bedroom along with a double bed and library of spiritual and other literature. There is electricity inside the building also to power lights and plugs. The electricity is generated by a micro-hydro storing energy in a battery bank.

The main area has a round table with two chairs, a bunk bed and a chair. There is also a bathroom with sink and a toilet. The sink has hot and cold running water and the toilet is gravity based intended to use a minimum amount of water. There is an outside sink area as well. There is a private shower stall attached to the Cedar Lodge that is supplied by a demand propane water heater.

There is no kitchen facility in the lodge. We provide a one-burner butane stove for cooking, and there is an outside sink with running water.

Pet-friendly environment. Pets allowed for $25/stay..

Acceso para huéspedes
There are a number of other buildings on the property.

There is a kitchenette in the nearby bunkhouse which hosts work-aways as well as other guests. The kitchenette has a sink with running water and a small two burner stove and a bench style table. Use of this facility will need to be negotiated with the host.

On the main level of the bunkhouse, there are also two couches for relaxing or reading.

There is also a beautiful yoga studio with four walls of glass overlooking both a small pond and the Avalon Wilderness. You can use the studio for your own yoga practice or meditation or quiet reflection. For a drop-in fee, you can participate in the regular 2 hour yoga session from 10 AM-12 PM on Saturdays. You may also arrange personalized yoga and meditation sessions at an additional cost.
There is a meditation hut for mindful practices further up the hill.

Visits to the main building (Tree of Life or Kabbalah sacred geometry) have to be arranged with owner.

The retreat is constructed on 5 acres of land with many walking trails including a trail to a natural swimming area/waterfall.

You may also inquire about work-away opportunities and participation in building or gardening by request.

Otros aspectos destacables
The Tree of Life project is an evolving group of people working toward alternative and sustainable living. The focus is on self-sufficient energy, natural building, organic gardening, enhancing rural economic activity, building relationships, work exchange, and practices that promote self-exploration and development in contact with nature.

Guests are expected to honour our policies. This helps us maintain the intention and purpose of this place in nature.

1. No tobacco smoking or vaping inside any buildings. If you must smoke, do so discreetly.
2. Smoking of marijuana and use of recreational drugs is prohibited.
3. Alcoholic beverages can be used in moderation. No partying allowed.
4. Pets must be kept on leashes and not allowed to roam free. Help protect the wildlife that is abundant here.
5. We promote eating healthy foods by providing and encouraging consumption of whole foods preferably organic and/or local.
6. Guests can prepare their own meals and have tea breaks in the bunkhouse or at the cedar lodge.
7. We do not provide internet access. You can access cell phone signal for your own smart phones. We encourage guests to scale down or eliminate computer use during their stay. Take advantage of our library and surrounding nature.
8. Parts of the premise maybe under construction or maintenance.
9. During biting fly season (mid May-Mid July), when flies are abundant, it is advisable to wear spray with organic bug repellant (such as citronella). Also light coloured clothing is best, such as light grey, white and khaki.
10. First aid kits are in the bathroom of the bunkhouse, and in the main building.
A unique stay opportunity in Newfoundland. This rustic lodge was constructed of re-purposed old-growth western red cedar…
A unique stay opportunity in Newfoundland. This rustic lodge was constructed of re-purposed old-growth western red cedar from a Church. Your accommodation is part of a larger nature-based retreat space called the Tree of Life. Designed to connect people and nature through cooperative development and management of an off-the-grid retreat facility. The facility features alternative energy, natural building techniques, and other sustainability practices. Explore our outside and indoor spaces.

El alojamiento
The Cedar Lodge is a rustic 16*12 one-bedroom cabin. Like all buildings on the property, the lodge is heated by natural heat. The wood stove is located in the bedroom along with a double bed and library of spiritual and other literature. There is electricity inside the building also to power lights and plugs. The electricity is generated by a micro-hydro storing energy in a battery bank.

The main area has a round table with two chairs, a bunk bed and a chair. There is also a bathroom with sink and a toilet. The sink has hot and cold running water and the toilet is gravity based intended to use a minimum amount of water. There is an outside sink area as well. There is a private shower stall attached to the Cedar Lodge that is supplied by a demand propane water heater.

There is no kitchen facility in the lodge. We provide a one-burner butane stove for cooking, and there is an outside sink with running water.

Pet-friendly environment. Pets allowed for $25/stay..

Acceso para huéspedes
There are a number of other buildings on the property.

There is a kitchenette in the nearby bunkhouse which hosts work-aways as well as other guests. The kitchenette has a sink with running water and a small two burner stove and a bench style table. Use of this facility will need to be negotiated with the host.

On the main level of the bunkhouse, there are also two couches for relaxing or reading.

There is also a beautiful yoga studio with four walls of glass overlooking both a small pond and the Avalon Wilderness. You can use the studio for your own yoga practice or meditation or quiet reflection. For a drop-in fee, you can participate in the regular 2 hour yoga session from 10 AM-12 PM on Saturdays. You may also arrange personalized yoga and meditation sessions at an additional cost.
There is a meditation hut for mindful practices further up the hill.

Visits to the main building (Tree of Life or Kabbalah sacred geometry) have to be arranged with owner.

The retreat is constructed on 5 acres of land with many walking trails including a trail to a natural swimming area/waterfall.

You may also inquire about work-away opportunities and participation in building or gardening by request.

Otros aspectos destacables
The Tree of Life project is an evolving group of people working toward alternative and sustainable living. The focus is on self-sufficient energy, natural building, organic gardening, enhancing rural economic activity, building relationships, work exchange, and practices that promote self-exploration and development in contact with nature.

Guests are expected to honour our policies. This helps us maintain the intention and purpose of this place in nature.

1. No tobacco smoking or vaping inside any buildings. If you must smoke, do so discreetly.
2. Smoking of marijuana and use of recreational drugs is prohibited.
3. Alcoholic beverages can be used in moderation. No partying allowed.
4. Pets must be kept on leashes and not allowed to roam free. Help protect the wildlife that is abundant here.
5. We promote eating healthy foods by providing and encouraging consumption of whole foods preferably organic and/or local.
6. Guests can prepare their own meals and have tea breaks in the bunkhouse or at the cedar lodge.
7. We do not provide internet access. You can access cell phone signal for your own smart phones. We encourage guests to scale down or eliminate computer use during their stay. Take advantage of our library and surrounding nature.
8. Parts of the premise maybe under construction or maintenance.
9. During biting fly season (mid May-Mid July), when flies are abundant, it is advisable to wear spray with organic bug repellant (such as citronella). Also light coloured clothing is best, such as light grey, white and khaki.
10. First aid kits are in the bathroom of the bunkhouse, and in the main building.
A unique stay opportunity in Newfoundland. This rustic lodge was constructed of re-purposed old-growth western red cedar from a Church. Your accommodation is part of a larger nature-based retreat space called t…

Distribución de las camas

Habitación 1
1 cama matrimonial
Zonas comunes
1 litera

Servicios

Elementos básicos
Estacionamiento gratuito en las instalaciones
Chimenea interior
Estacionamiento gratuito en la calle
Detector de humo
Cocina
No disponible: Detector de monóxido de carbono

4.81 estrellas sobre 5 basadas en 42 evaluaciones
4.81 (42 evaluaciones)

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Mount Carmel, Newfoundland and Labrador, Canadá

Perched on the side of a hill overlooking the Salmonier River and the Avalon Wilderness Reserve, you will be treated to our large open sky and the peaceful feeling of being out in nature.

The Tree of Life is located in St. Catherine's, NL approximately one km past St. Catherine's Academy if you are travelling down from the highway. If travelling up Salmonier Line toward the highway we are (approx how far) from the North Atlantic Gas Bar.

There is a gas bar, convenience store and liquor store about a 1-minute drive from the Tree of Life.

Riverview Lounge and restaurant are a one minute drive on the highway from the Tree of Life.

The Stuffed Puffin is located 13 km back up Salmonier Line (towards the Highway)

There is also a restaurant located at the Wilds Golf Course (6.6 km back toward the highway)

The Salmonier Nature Park is 11km up toward Holyrood. Salmonier Nature Park is a centre for environmental education, wildlife rehabilitation, research and environmental monitoring. A visit to the park connects you to the stewardship of wilderness and wildlife. These are the types of animals you may expect to see at the park - Artic Fox, Bald Eagle, Canada Goose, Caribou, Great Horned Owl, Lynx, Meadow vole, Mink, Moose, Newfoundland Marten, Otter, Red Fox, Snowshoe Hare, Snowy Owl, Spruce Goose, Woodchuck and the rare Newfoundland Wild Bologna. There is a fantastic boardwalk trail that is fully accessible that winds through the park.

Cape St. Mary's Ecological Reserve is a 97 km but 2hour drive Route 91 to Route 92. Cape St. Mary's Ecological Reserve is one the best and most accessible places in the world to see nesting seabirds. During the summer breeding season, it is home to 24,000 Northern Gannet; 20,000 black-legged kittiwake; 20,000 common murre, and 2,000 thick-billed murre. In addition, more than 100 pairs of razorbill, more than 60 pairs of black guillemot, plus double-crested and great cormorant, and Northern fulmar nest there. All this can be seen from land as close as 10 metres away.

Mistaken Point Ecological Reserve is a 108km, 1hr and 33 minute drive down to the peak of the Irish Loop outside of Trepassey. This reserve received its UNESCO classification in 2011. It is one of the world's most significant fossil sites. Named for the navigational hazard it poses at the often-foggy southeastern tip of the Avalon Peninsula. Go and visit and see "Where LIFE got big"

The Wilds at Salmonier has a world-renowned top-rated 18-hole course known not just because of its clear greens and gorgeous fairways. The course is truly unique because of the land surrounding the course. Cut our of the Avalon Wilderness and nestled on the banks of the Salmonier River with dramatic site lines and rivers - the course is not for the faint at heart.

Father Duffy's Well is a provincial park. This pleasant little roadside rest area grew up around the legend of a parish priest, his fight for his church, and a natural spring on the side of the road. Though many of the people that come to visit Father Duffy's Well do so to avail of its purported healing powers, you do not have to a believer to enjoy this beautiful little park, with its picnic area and wooded walking trails. The park is located 10 minutes drive up toward the Trans Canada Highway.
Perched on the side of a hill overlooking the Salmonier River and the Avalon Wilderness Reserve, you will be treated to our large open sky and the peaceful feeling of being out in nature.

The Tree of…

Anfitrión: Gordon

Se registró en noviembre de 2015
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I am the owner of People Places & Things, a vacation rental and experiential tourism business. My Airbnb journey began as a guest in 2015 on a trip to Toronto. I opened my family cabin as my first listing in August 2017 as a host when my family cabin called "The Country" got its first booking 2 hours after my listing when public. I had a "light bulb" moment about the potential of this business when a few weeks later, I had a 10-day booking from Australia for the following summer. As I approach my third full year in business, People Places & Things now represents 14 different properties in 10 communities throughout Newfoundland. We currently have 26 listings on Airbnb and we are just beginning. Grounding guests in Place, we aim for them to meet local People and do Things that will stay with them a lifetime. My intention is to ensure that I represent owners with integrity and provide guests an authentic experience of our beautiful rugged island off the east coast of Canada. I am an explorer at heart whether 5 minutes from home or halfway around the world. I love this platform as it looks to create relationships and bonding opportunities and guests and hosts connect with each other. I am a photographer, poet and hiker. I love sky pictures - which you will most definitely be able to tell from my listings. I am here to serve - please ask - I love to help!
I am the owner of People Places & Things, a vacation rental and experiential tourism business. My Airbnb journey began as a guest in 2015 on a trip to Toronto. I opened my family c…
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Gordon will be main point of contact with the guests during the booking process and for any questions before arrival. I will also be available by phone or text during or after your stay. You can reach me at (709)687-7864 or thecountryxperience@gmail.com

Ian & /nelly (co-host) will be on site for further inquiries during your stay.

There may be other guests on site as well as well as different work-away staff (who work on the property in exchange for food & lodging)
Gordon will be main point of contact with the guests during the booking process and for any questions before arrival. I will also be available by phone or text during or after your…
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