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, shared bathroom with two shower stalls, toilets, and sinks. As a COVID-19 precaution, housing assignments will be made to keep class groups together as much as possible. As a result, we cannot guarantee single-sex dorms during the 2020 season.
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. Due to COVID-19, we are no longer providing linens and ask that guests bring their own sheets/pillowcase, pillow, blanket, and towels. Small in-room electric heaters come in handy on chillier nights. During the pandemic, we are not able to supply electric blankets, but guests are welcome to bring their own. Select rooms have air conditioning.
Double rooms are available only by request for people who are traveling together.
When selecting a single dorm room, the room is exactly the same as a double, but occupied by only one person.
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.
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.