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Housing

Staying at Snow Farm changes a typical workshop experience into a true creative retreat. Leave the world behind and let us take care of everything you need: homemade meals (and clean-up), linens in your room, and comfy spaces for reading and relaxing. Our dorms are open from May - October; for April workshops, there are many nearby hotels and inns. 

NEW this year: Air conditioning in Single Plus dorm rooms, the Deluxe Singles, and the Cottage! All housing options are simple, clean, and comfortable. Scroll down for more detail.  

The price of housing includes all meals during the workshop for one person.  If a second person is staying in the Cottage, they must purchase a Full Meal Package. Students who do not stay at Snow Farm can also add a Full Meal Package or a Lunch Only Package to their workshop.

If a particular housing choice does not show up while registering, it means the option is no longer available. We keep a housing waitlist, so email us or call the office if you would like to be added. 

See below for detailed descriptions of the dorms and the cottage and a price chart at the bottom of the page.

Dorms

There are four dorm buildings, named with the letters L, I, F, E.  The beautiful mosaic letters on the dorms were made by artist Christine Kenneally. Each dorm is a series of rooms along an open-ended corridor with a centrally-located, single-sex, shared bathroom with two shower stalls, toilets, and sinks. One dorm is co-ed with two unisex bathrooms, one of which is accessible.



Dorm rooms have 2 twin beds, a shelf unit, a chair, a small rug, wall pegs, an overhead light, and a table with a small reading lamp. Linens are provided including sheets, towels, a blanket, and a pillow. Beds have warm fleece blankets and mattresses have 2" foam toppers for extra comfort. Small in-room electric heaters come in handy on chillier nights, and electric blankets are available. Select rooms have air conditioning. 

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Double Rooms

When selecting a double dorm room, participants can request a roommate or we can assign one. Students who snore or use a CPAP machine while sleeping are asked to reserve a single room in order to limiit disruption to others. 

Single Rooms

When selecting a single dorm room, the room is exactly the same as a double, but occupied by only one person.

NEW! Single Plus Rooms

When selecting a single plus dorm room, the room is the same size as a standard dorm room with only one single bed. These rooms use the shared dorm bathrooms. Additional amenities include a comfy armchair, a small desk,some additional decor and air conditioning.  There are five single plus rooms in the women's dorms and one in the co-ed room. 

Single Deluxe Rooms

There are two single deluxe rooms in one dorm. These rooms are the same as a single plus with one bed, an armchair, a small desk, and air conditioning. The difference is an en suite bathroom that is shared between the two rooms. The video below shows the layout of the single deluxe rooms. 



The Cottage

For someone who would like a little more privacy and a little more room to spread out, the cottage is ideal. Tucked into a corner of the property near the dining hall, it offers one bedroom with two single beds, a private bath (shower only), a sitting room, kitchenette, and a small outdoor seating area. The cottage has air conditioning.

The Cottage is priced for one person with meals and depends on the length of the workshop. If a second person stays in the Cottage, they must purchase a Full Meal Package when registering online or by calling the office. Only one reservation for the cottage is available each session – register early.