Your room: Kopet WawaYour room: Kopet Wawa
Kopet Wawa: a garden view at Sahale
Kopet Wawa: a garden view at Sahale
2 guests
1 bedroom
1 bed
1 bath
2 guests
1 bedroom
1 bed
1 bath
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Beautiful view of our meadow and vegetable garden, this room is has the feel of a meditation space. The bathroom and kitchen is a short walk outside, and is partially covered.

The space

Just 20 minutes from Belfair, Washington, Sahale is an easy drive from Seattle, Tacoma, Portland, and the Olympic Peninsula. Sahale’s 68 acres hold many gifts:
a large and quiet forest, an old orchard of many fruit varieties, and the most magical, a sacred grove of ancient cedars. The cathedral-like stillness within this 200 year old ring of cedars harmonizes with the rush of the Tahuya River, just yards away. The ever-changing river refreshes us, two bubbling springs quench our thirst, and a quiet pond stills us. Held close by hills and forest on one side, from the hot tub we enjoy the long, open vista over our valley toward the forested hills beyond the river. Thus it is that what we once dreamed has become a reality, a place we love to share.

Sahale includes:

12,000 sq. feet of experimental permaculture gardens

Orchards including apple, pear, walnuts, hazelnut, plum

Beautiful lawns, ornamental gardens with benches, vistas and

artwork

Hot tubs

Hiking and walking trails

Beautiful river access

Bird watching

Indoor and outdoor meditation spaces

Guest access

You will have access to your private room, a shared bathroom and a large kitchen with ample refrigeration for cooking your food. Please explore our land- trails will lead you to the Tahuya River and the cedar grove. There are multiple outdoor fire rings and wood available. You are also welcome to enjoy the cedar hot tubs, in which clothing is optional.

Interaction with guests

There are several permanent residents and a medley of ecovillage interns who may be present. We encourage you to engage with anyone in the common spaces. Sahale provides space for privacy as well as opportunities for social interactions.

We often have small community events and work parties- so please inquire if you'd like to know what else is happening during your stay.

Other things to note

We ask our guests to respect the privacy of our residents and the land at Sahale. We have camping grounds, homes and other shared spaces that are used by our 6-12 residents who come and go through the week.

Sahale draws many who enjoy participating in community activities. If there are community projects happening while you are here and you would like to participate, please inquire!


Amenities
Kitchen
Essentials
Heating
Washer

House Rules

Smoking is permitted outside only and the covered fire pit outside our communal kitchen, Potlatch, is a favorite spot.

No candles or open flame inside any room.

Food shall be kept in Potlatch.

Guests will remake their bed with sheets provided on their last day.

The lower entrance of the log building where machinery and equipment is stored is out of bounds unless you are with a resident. The storage spaces on the top floor are also out of bounds unless you are with a resident.

Quiet time in the evening is between 11:30 p.m. and 8:00 a.m. Please respect others’ needs for quiet and rest. Keep music down, talk quietly in the early morning. Potlatch, our dining room, is a good place for late night conversation.

Clothing is optional in the hot tub.

You must also acknowledge
Some pet(s) live in the house

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Mary User Profile
September 2017
The room and its art are beautiful and cozy. The community is super welcoming but also respectful of your privacy and rest. You can interact as much or as little as you like. The land is amazing, make sure to walk down to the river. And enjoy the hot tub!

Georgina User Profile
September 2017
The place was just what I was looking for, an escape from the city. The room is super cozy and looks up to their organic veggie garden. The bathroom and kitchen were close by as well as the hot tub. There were various visitors to the community the weekend we visited but everyone was kind and made our time even more pleasant. The property is full of surprises and felt like we were kids again, watching deer eating the apples from the trees and the salmon swimming up the sahale river. We will definitely return to this magical place filled with peace.

Mark User Profile
April 2017
We had a really nice stay. Everything is welcoming and accessible, large communal kitchen with lots of cooking utensils, lots of common area, and a really nice hot tub. We also enjoyed walking and exploring around on the property. And the bed in the Wawa cabin was REALLY comfy.

Kenna User Profile
February 2017
A lovely community in a unique setting- so worth the trip!

Jean-Noel User Profile
September 2016
"This is not like a regular hotel" Oh hell no!! There are not enough words to describe my experience! It was the best weekend ever! Colette and all the people living there are absolutely amazing. I met everybody and instantly felt like home. This is paradise for nature's lovers. The river, the cedars grove, the dears walking around, the Swamp... everything was really amazing. Oh and I almost forgot, the hot tub is huuuuge. Everything was perfect. The cabin Kopet Wawa is beautiful and the bed feels like a giant cloud. I wish I could have stayed longer. But I will come back for sure. Thank you for everything and I wish you the best for your community.

Eric User Profile
April 2016
We were made to feel very comfortable, the caretakers were terrific as well, .... right off the bat we were home.

Jordan User Profile
July 2015
Colette seemed very nice though we never met. No one was on the property to greet us because they confused the arrival date. We helped ourself into the space full of spiders and frogs in the shower. Then woke up in the middle of the night by a associate of hers who we didn't know and they didn't know us. No communication was received on her part. Wish it would have been a better first experience with airbnb.

Tahuya, Washington, United StatesJoined in April 2015
Colette User Profile
Sahale Learning Center is comprised of group of experienced communitarians who share their wisdom and offer training in living an intentional life for self-improvement and for social creativity and governance. You will be hosted by the homeowners group at Sahale, who are part…
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