Q:  Do you have internet access?
A:  Yes, wifi is available in the cottage and workshop.

Q:  Is there a host on site?
A:  No, it is a completely private non-hosted rental property. However occasionally we do offer weekends open to individual registrations. During these weekends, we’ll have a “host” who makes sure your stay is enjoyable. However no formal meals are included during these “hosted” weekends.

Q:  Do you offer hosted weekends including meals to large groups?
A:  Due to zoning and licensing restrictions, we cannot offer hosted weekends where meals are provided for you. We do, however organize meal shares during these types of weekends. This arrangement works out well for all those who opt to participate.

Q:  Does rental of the Gingerbread Cottage include the workshop?
A:  Yes

Q:  Do I need to bring my own towel and sleeping bag?
A:  No.  All bed linens and towels are provided.

Q:  Can we work through the night into the wee hours of the morning?
A:  Yes, you have full access to the property and can work as late into the night as you’d like. The workshop is detached from the main house so there is no need to worry about disturbing those sleeping while you craft late into the night.

Q:  Do I need a 4 wheel drive vehicle to get to the Gingerbread Cottage?
A:  A snow worthy vehicle and confident snow drivers are recommended during the winter months. Please check the weather forecast for snow conditions during your weekend.  Our driveway will be plowed as necessary.  The roads are plowed by the county and we are not responsible for conditions beyond our property.

Q:  Can meals be prepared in the workshop kitchen?
A:  No, the workshop isn’t intended or equipped to prepare meals.  However, there is a microwave in the workshop that can be used to heat snack items.