Our guests will have a choice between a number of unique, well-designed, affordable accommodation.
Off-grid, self-pitched camping
Common areas / event spaces
To build on the overall experience, we will host educational events and workshops for both guests and the public.
Seasonal farm tours and annual harvest events
Workshops and weekend intensives (e.g., weaving, beekeeping, chickens, canning, floral design, landscape design etc.)
Special and private events / dinners
Meditation and yoga retreats
Youth summer educational opportunities
Furthermore, we will aim to be as self-reliant as possible, with both plant and animal husbandry.
Organic herb and vegetable gardens
Fruit/nut trees and orchards
Cut flower and grass gardens
Chickens and organic eggs
Beekeeping and honey
Sheep and cows
Building senza-nome will require a considerable investment in our facilities. The following chart is a working articulation of proposed elements we envision on property in order to bring to life our core offering. These elements are expressed over three distinct building phases which may span as much as 2-5 years to complete in full. We will aim to “start small” and build up incrementally, being exceptionally strategic with each investment so that they are complementary, iterative and/or able to be re-purposed down the line. We very much see the following as a starting guide and not an end-all.
Our strategy with accommodation is to have a range of options — in size, price and comfort. We will also cap our overnight guest count at 24 guests, although to start we will have a much smaller number and over time will build toward that maximum count. This number is so that we can maintain quality control and of course foster a personable experience. Each guest will have the option to simply relax and do nothing, or get involved with any number of activities or workshops taking place on the homestead. Comfortable common spaces, clean bathrooms and facilities will all be available.