A variety of accommodations are available in Bell Valley. From the historic Toll House to the adjacent Bunk House, all spaces were designed with attention to aesthetic beauty and connection to the land.
There are four bedrooms in the Toll House , one on the main floor and three upstairs. It includes a large, chef’s kitchen, a light filled dining room with a table made from Bell Valley oaks and a open living room with a fireplace. The Porch Room and Green Room offer larger floor plans with en suite bathrooms. The Blue and Red Rooms are cozy, second-floor rooms with views of the garden.
Adjacent to the Toll House, with a separate entrance, the Bunk House offers a private deck, kitchen and a bath with claw-foot tub and shower. It can accommodate eight people with four bunk beds, a queen-sized murphy bed, and a full bed/couch. The murphy bed opens into the kitchen area, with a door separating it from the bunks. The octagonal living room and open kitchen offer light-filled space with panoramic views of the garden and Valley.
Adjacent to a tributary of Bell Valley creek are two cottages connected by breezeway. One cottage has a queen bed and single pull-out plus full bathroom with shower. The second cottage has a pull-out double, space for an optional airbed, and a half-bath.
There are 4 luxury tents set around the knoll of the property. Each tent is set on a wooden platform deck and has two twin beds. There is a shared bath house a short walk from each tent.
The Verbena and Fern rooms are located in the upper floor of the 2300 square foot barn, just a short walk from the Toll House. These modest yet comfortable rooms each have a bunkbed that sleep 2 adults. The shared half-bath is down the steps and the outdoor shower house is located behind the Toll House.