The heart of the Guild campus is the Centrum. A renovated grange hall dating to the 1940’s, it features a dining and living space, as well as staff offices. An attached greenhouse is used to germinate vegetable starts for the garden.
The main floor is a large living room where guests can relax, read, sit around the fire, and enjoy lively conversation. With its flexible seating arrangements, this space provides a comfortable, welcoming space for groups to gather. A projector and screen for media use are available, as are a guest computer and wireless internet.
Fiber Arts Building
Named for the large, airy studio space it houses, this building also offers five guest rooms and two bathrooms. The first floor holds 1 queen and 1 shared room; the second floor, 3 shared rooms. Ground floor rooms and bathrooms are handicap accessible.
This cozy building is dedicated entirely to guest housing, with five guest rooms and two bathrooms. The first floor holds 1 queen and 1 shared room; the second floor, 3 shared rooms. The Homestead also features a shared living room and kitchenette.
Located on the south end of campus, the Cabin offers spectacular views of the Wenatchee River. The main floor is an open concept and it has a queen bed. There is an enclosed loft with an additional queen bed. The Cabin has one full bathroom and a kitchen.
For this summer, the Guild is excited to also offer the Ridge House (formerly the home of Guild founders, Liz and Rich Caemmerer) as guest housing. This beautiful and light filled space can house four people. There is a large kitchen and 2 bathrooms.
The Ridge House can be reached via a short trail from beyond the barn and is accessible by car by taking West Side Drive (it is slightly past the heart of campus on the right).
A light and airy space tucked on the edge of campus, the Library was the original schoolhouse here in the Plain Valley, dating back to 1912. The downstairs houses classroom space as well as an impressive art and faith library, while the upstairs level features an all-gender dorm-style sleeping loft that can house up to nine guests.
The yurt provides rustic three-season housing with a stunning view of the sky. Restrooms and showers are located nearby in both the Centrum and Fiber Arts building.
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