Guest house reservations
Auntmama’s Stage3 is also a guesthouse with 2 bedrooms for your stay off the beaten path.
Do you like discovering unique spaces? Is rustic chic your style? Stage 3 transforms into a guest house mixing what’s old with what’s new. The antiques are real as is the stain glass in the barn doors. Grandfather firs tower over your peaceful hammock. Enjoy the local wildlife circling over you’re the stream. Across the street, Port Gamble Bay stretches into miles of sandy trails, old hidden logging roads with wildflower abound. Five minutes from Hansville Highway, the historic lighthouse rises over sandy beaches.
It’s a peaceful place off the beaten. Private patio. Gas grill waiting. Try your hand at croquet or badminton. Board games available. Jig saw puzzles you can play and trade in down at the Hansville Grocery. We are a little yester-year over here.
You might be traveling toward the Olympics and need lodging before or after your trip? You are an hour away from the majestic mountains.
Maybe you have family coming to Kitsap County and need a place for them to stay. You’ll surprise them. It’s a barn. Renovated. There’s a spacious loft and floor to ceiling windows in the first-floor suite. Full kitchen. Fireplace outside. Horseshoes. Propane fireplace to keep you cozy in the large gathering room.
It’s also perfect for an urban getaway. Ten minutes from the Kingston Ferry, 25 minutes to Bainbridge Island and 20 minutes to the Viking Village Poulsbo. Get to Poulsbo soon, it’s just been named one of the top ten small towns in America and you know what happens after that.
It’s a great spot for cousins, or friends, traveling artists who need a tour break or rehearsal space. Stage 3 guest house fees support Stage 3 artists and workshops.
The shower is extra-large with glass block lights, antique mirror hands over a pedestal sink and plenty of fan action to keep the steam at bay. Towels are waiting on the shelves with body wash made from local flowers and of you need to do your laundry a utility room is separate with washer and dryer.
You can cook as much as you like in a storybook kitchen. A window is strategically placed over the sink to capture the morning sun circling from the eastern sky. Windows over the counter a small counter frame the pond and rising moon. Also, the tree carved whale which most children must climb for a minute.
A gas stove with full oven tucks under the spice rack, large refrigerator holds more the you’ll need and a custom-made butcher-block table sits in the middle. Eat there, on the breakfast table snuggled under the whale window.
Yes, there are utensils, assorted dish ware and paper towels. There must always be paper towels.
Where You’ll Sleep
Both bedrooms are extra-large with plenty of privacy.
The downstairs Meadow View Room has a queen size bed with antique dresser and vanity, plenty of reading light and enough insulation to record audio. You’ll have to look under the Oriental carpet to see where the horseshow is imprinted into the concrete floor. It was Tara’s stalls and her name marks the spot. Two Floor to ceiling windows makes you wonder how a horse lived there.
A wide stairway leads upstairs to the loft. Yes, it was a hay loft. Now it is a gabled bedroom with one single bed and a double separated by a captain’s desk. The small window tucked into the gable looks out onto a tree lined trail and duck weed on the duck pond. In spring, it is their mating pond. The interior window looks down to the stage and provides extra light to the seating area.
The walls are clean, white and uncluttered by design so your imagination can roam and peace prevails.
Stage 3 Guest House Offers
Large Gathering Room
Fully equipped Kitchen
Outdoor fire pit
Guests have use of the full barn
There is a minimum stay of two nights for up to four people. Doors will be open with kyats for the bedrooms if needed. Each barn door can be locked. Contact us for availability.