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Guest accommodation at Tassajara range from private cabins to shared dorms. Scroll down to see the various options. Please click on the "Rates" link to the right for pricing.

As there is no electricity in our guest rooms, kerosene lamps are used for light. Bathing facilities are in the bathhouse, and all cabins and rooms have a private toilet and sink except as noted.

Yurt and lower garden


Stone 4A

Stone 2

 

Stone Rooms

Built around the turn of the century and renovated in 1989, the Stone Rooms have thick stone walls, wood stoves, and decks along the creek. All the Stone rooms are suitable for parties with children.

Stone 1 is the largest of the stone rooms, and accommodates up to three people. The beds can be arranged as three single beds or as king bed and a single. The bathroom is on the creek side.

Stone 2 and Stone 3 each have a queen bed so are most appropriate for couples. A futon can be added to these rooms to accommodate a third guest. These rooms are especially cool in the summer.

The Stone Suite is comprised of two rooms joined by a bathroom and has a minimum occupancy of four and a maximum occupancy of six. The private creek side deck has a table and chairs.

 

Pine 2

Pine 3

 

Pine Rooms

The Pine Rooms were built in the early 1900s and have wood stoves, pine floors, and back decks that border the creek. All three Pine rooms are suitable for parties with children.

Pine 1 has one large double bed and can accommodate a third person on a futon. There is a unique writing cove in Pine 1 which endears the room to many long time guests.

Pine 2 can accommodate up to four people in three separate beds and is especially cool in the summer.

Pine 3 has a queen bed and a single bed as well as a seating area. The room features old photographs of Tassajara.

 


Cabin 3B

 

Cabin 3B

Cabin 3B has a hardwood floor, wood stove, a small private deck along the creek, and can accommodate either three single adults or can be set up as a king and a single. This Cabin is suitable for parties with children.

 

Cabin 14B

Cabin 15

Cabin 14B and Cabin 15

Cabins 14B and 15 have hardwood floors, hot water heat and private decks on the creek. These rooms are warm in the spring and cool in the summer. Our newest cabins they were built using Japanese architecture. These cabins can accommodate up to three guests and are suitable for parties with children.

 


Yurt room


Yurt room

 

Yurts

The Yurts have a redwood exterior, hardwood floors, and decks. The beds can be set up as two singles or a king. These rooms accommodate up to three guests and are suitable for parties with children.

There are 3 Yurt rooms and they sit between the Garden and the Pool. The views are of the mountains and trees. These rooms are the furthest away from the central area, so often have a peaceful and quiet atmosphere.

 

Cabin 3A

Cabin 3A has hardwood floors, a wood stove, and a natural stucco exterior. It is very similar to Cabin 3B, but does not overlook the creek. This room can be set up with either a king, or as two single beds.

 

Cabin 14A

Cabin 14A has hardwood floors, radiators powered by the natural hot springs, and a private deck. It is very similar to Cabin 14B, but does not overlook the creek.

 


 


Tatami cabin


Tatami cabin

 

Redwood Tatami Cabins

Tatami mats are made out of thickly woven rush grass and are inlaid into the floor. They are traditional flooring in Japan. Cabins 5, 9, 19 and 20 are in this style and feature shikibutons (foam mattresses) on top of the tatami mats, which can be folded up during the day and laid out in the evening. These cabins can accommodate up to three guests.

Cabin 19 is the only Tatami Cabin that has a creek view and is also suitable for parties with children.

Cabin 20 was the Tatami cabin that our founder, Suzuki Roshi, stayed in during his residences there.

Cabin 5 is the largest of all the Tatami cabins, and also has a deck along the path.

Cabin 9 sits next to the mountain, away from the central area.

 

Redwood Cabin 16

Redwood Cabin 18

 

Redwood Cabins

These rustic cabins are in the style of the original buildings of Tassajara. Cabins 17 and 13 can accommodate either two singles or a couple. Cabins 18, 16 and 12 each have one double bed. It is not practical to have an additional guest in these cabins. For the Redwood Tatami cabins, which can accommodate additional guests, see above.

Cabins 16, 17, and 18 have a creek view and are along the main path. Cabins 12 and 13 are along the mountain and are set back from the main area.

 


Guest Practice Dorm


Courtyard 1

 

Redwood Cabins and Courtyard Rooms (with shared bathroom)

Cabins 10 and 11 share a bathroom and can each be arranged as three single beds or a double plus a single. We reserve these cabins for parties of two or more.

The Courtyard building sits next to the creek and has a long deck that leads around the back to shared bathroom facilities located on one side. Each room has its own sink inside. These rooms have double beds only.

 


Dorm

 

Dorms (with shared bathroom)

Women's Dorm: Redwood Cabins 7 and 8  consist of two large rooms joined by a bathroom. There are three beds in each room.

Men's Dorm: Courtyard room 4 serves as the men's dorm. It has two beds and a long deck that leads around the back to shared bathroom facilities located on one side. It its own sink inside.

Dorm space may be shared by regular guests and workshop participants.