The Oasis Room

Our newest private enclave awaits the tired, the hungry, the ready to enjoy the peaceful country…

The Oasis Room Invites!

The Oasis Room Invites!

The Oasis Room at a Glance

  • 1 King sized bed with sink-in-and-forget-everything pillow-top mattress
  • Wi-fi for checking in on work (if you must) or just for idle surfing and emailing friends pictures of yourselves at the lake
  • Private stained glass windows and doorway to filter away the outside world
  • Walk-in surround shower with stained glass and mosaic work
  • TV and DVD player
  • Custom collaged walls to create the feeling of an Arabian garden
  • A deck where you can watch the sun rise over the lake
  • The overwhelming desire to settle in and never to have to leave!

All Who Wander Are Not Lost

The Oasis Room was created to surround you with art and wonderment, to lead your mind and body to peace and relaxation.  The tile floor has its own footpath worked into the design, guiding you through the room and out to a sitting area.  The wall of stained glass windows and lush collaged “greenery” soothe your mind and gently provide a calm “landscape”.  The room is full of fun and artistic details – watercolors and oil paintings, glass, collage.

Sit and relax!

Sit and relax!

 

Your own breakfast area in the Oasis Room

Your own eating area in the Oasis Room

Can a Garden be made of Jewels?

Step into the glass garden!

Step into the glass garden!

Garden windows

Garden windows

Dance in the rain with the sunflowers!

Dance in the rain with the sunflowers!

The shower evokes a garden view with three shimmering stained glass “windows” appearing in the tile surround.  A jeweled flower pot pops up in the bathroom counter to serve as your sink.

The bath - with the flowerpot sink!

The bath – with the flowerpot sink!

As with the Nest Room, the Oasis Room offers you and your fellow escapees a cozy, private spot to chill out (or warm up!)

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