We have a variety of housing options here on our 38-acre campus as well as in the local area. Students generally live on campus during their workshop in order to take full advantage of the immersion opportunity, get to know their fellow students, and spend as much time as possible focused on their work. Campus housing options include dormitory rooms, cabins and camping. Lodging is assigned on a first come, first served basis. No pets are permitted on campus.
For more information or to reserve lodging during your class, call us at (802)496-5545.
Yestermorrow's four dormitory rooms feature lots of natural light, ample closet space, interior and exterior doors, views of our pond, and twin beds. In addition, they share bathrooms down the hall and have access to coin-operated washers and dryers. Linens and towels included. 2-3 students per room.
Dormitory (per person) $35 / night
Looking for something more economical? Consider taking advantage of our on-campus cabins! Our four unique rustic cabins are outfitted with twin or double beds, tables and chairs. The accommodations are simple- no insulation, heat, electricity or plumbing. Come prepared for the weather and you'll need to bring your own pillow, sleeping bag and flashlight or headlamp. In the cabin area, you'll find a composting toilet and a solar shower. Inside our main building, we also have bathroom facilities with hot showers, coin-operated washers and dryers, and wi-fi available for student use. 2-3 students per cabin. View a slideshow of cabin and camping facilities.
Cabins (per person) $20 / night
(April through November only)
If you have a tent, we have a space for it on one of our tent platforms or tent sites in the woods. You'll need to bring your own tent, ground tarp, pillow, sleeping bag, flashlight, etc. In the camping area, you'll find a composting toilet and a solar shower. Inside our main building, we have bathroom facilities with hot showers, coin-operated washers and dryers, and wi-fi available for student use. Please note: we do not have facilities for RVs or campers.
Camping (per person) $10 / night
(April through November only)
Although the three options mentioned here are the ones we recommend most highly, there are many other choices in the Mad River Valley, in every conceivable price range. For more information about area lodging, dining, and activities, visit our Local Lodging page, contact: Mad River Valley Chamber of Commerce, or call (800) 82-VISIT.
Lodging Cancellation Policy
If cancelling reservations for Yestermorrow campus lodging at least two weeks prior to the class, all payments will be refunded less one day's reservation. If cancelling reservations less than two weeks before the class, the cost of one day plus 25% of all other days of lodging will be forfeited.
Yestermorrow courses are designed for students age 18 and over. Minors (under 18) cannot stay in campus lodging unless accompanied by an adult.