North Gallery looking eastDownstairs kitchen
ผู้เข้าพัก 3 คน
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ผู้เข้าพัก 3 คน
1 ห้องนอน
1 เตียง
ห้องน้ำ 1 ห้อง
อายุ 2 - 12 ปี
อายุน้อยกว่า 2 ปี
จำนวนผู้เข้าพักมากสุด 3 คน ไม่รวมทารก

Created from a 1939 WPA stone schoolhouse. Four lakes within walking distance; fishing, hilltop views from large windows, unadulterated land, wildlife. farmland. Easy access from major highways. Try your hand making art with host in studio (extra fee).


You'll walk upstairs to the second floor hall, which opens to two galleries and two bedrooms. Guest bedroom includes a bath tub alcove and closet, with toilet and tiny sink half-bath accessible just outside the guest room door. Unique glass tower is part of the guest room where there's room for an air mattress/child's or two-person sleeping nook, in addition to the main bed. Sorry, the place is not handicapped accessible, however, you'll climb kid-size stairs to the second floor.


You are welcome to explore the art in the two classroom-size galleries, go downstairs and make use of the spacious studio (extra fee if you make art), or just browse the many art books there; have breakfast in the adjoining kitchen, walk to several lakes, relax in the secluded, park-like back yard, where you also can paint plein aire, or just have morning coffee on the deck. Sorry, no TV in guest room, but you can watch in the studio and kitchen.


I can help you if you want to learn about art, how to make it or appreciate it. Instruction and materials for oil painting, pastel and watercolor are available at extra cost. Evening TV is a possibility in the studio, where I usually stay until bedtime. Breakfast in the kitchen or summer deck; yogurt, fruit, granola, hot cereal, coffee, juice.


This is the American Heartland. Barnhard Arts is located on a landmark hilltop intersection, across the road from Tingvold Lutheran Church. A Unitarian church is six miles south, and Presbyterian and Catholic churches are about six miles north. There is slightly more traffic than you would see near the lakeshore, and occasional noise, but once you're inside this sturdy-built school house these distractions are minimal. Usually it's quiet here, and a very good place in all seasons. Fall colors; blue and white winter retreat with nearby cross-country skiing; green May, June and July; summer exploration. For fall colors, Glendalough and Maplewood State Parks are easy distances at 10 and 15 miles respectively. Otter Tail county seat, Fergus Falls, pop. 13,000 is 15 miles, a prosperous town that time continues to forget. Otter Tail Lake, one of Minnesota's largest, is six miles. Otter Tail County has more lakes than any other county in Minnesota, the land of 10,000 lakes. The arts are accessible through Fergus Falls Center for the Arts (frequent live performances), Lake Region Arts Council, and Kaddatz Galleries; also, Art of the Lakes Gallery in nearby Battle Lake. The Great American Think-Off (NPR) originated in New York Mills (40 miles) at their town's art center. Phelps Mill is a historic landmark and serene park, five miles east, and marker for the birthplace of Supreme Court Justice William O. Douglas, an FDR appointee. Underwood and Battle Lake Schools have won major national awards in recent years, four times for Underwood. There's a major Norwegian influence in this part of Minnesota, as reflected in art, music, performance, and decor.

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เวลาเช็คอินคือ 13:00 - 20:00
เช็คเอาท์ก่อน 11:00

Quiet after 10 p.m.; breakfast between 8:00 and 10:30 a.m. Check out by noon.
Limited space is available in refrigerator, downstairs.
Dispose of feminine products without flushing; bag trash and tie shut with materials provided.
Strip bed on last day of visit; place sheets and towels on platform under window tower.
Piano playing in the studio is allowed before 10 p.m.
Leave key with host either in person, or by leaving it on the guest room dresser.



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โพรไฟล์ผู้ใช้ Lydia
กันยายน 2017
Stay at this location if you love art, history, and privacy. I highly recommend it if you are an adventurous person seeking serenity in a unique environment.

โพรไฟล์ผู้ใช้ Paul
กันยายน 2017
Sandra's home is something that everyone should experience if you are in this area. Sandra's home has such character and warmth that it was easy to be comfortable. The art work and studio set up is amazing and very interesting. Sandra was definitely a super host.

โพรไฟล์ผู้ใช้ Nancy
กันยายน 2017
I was just in and out, but it was delightful, beautiful, comfortable.

โพรไฟล์ผู้ใช้ Traci
กันยายน 2017
Sandra's place was a great spot! We only stayed long enough to bathe and sleep, and I wish we were able to stay longer to check out the galleries.

โพรไฟล์ผู้ใช้ Barbara
กันยายน 2017
Sandra's home is so unique and beautiful, filled with light and peacefulness. Delightful artwork and antiques. We also loved the art deco architecture of the building. Sandra was very welcoming and we would love to come back to experience more of this lovely lakes region of Minnesota.

โพรไฟล์ผู้ใช้ Janet
กันยายน 2017
Amazed to find a place in this location! Sandra's place is interesting--the WPA historic schoolhouse architecture has been wonderfully updated. The guest space was a little tight for the two of us b/c we're used to a bigger bed but the sleeping platform/window seat offered additional space. The steps may be difficult for some people and so worth discussion with Sandra before booking. The artwork is strong and adds to the eccentricity of the space overall.

โพรไฟล์ผู้ใช้ Corinda
กันยายน 2017
We really enjoyed our weekend. Thank you for your hospitality, your lovely space and the chats. I'm leaving inspired to unleash my inner artist. There are also so many beautiful places to explore nearby. We will be sharing this jewel with our friends.

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Underwood, มินนิโซตา, สหรัฐอเมริกาเข้าร่วมตั้งแต่ กันยายน 2015
โพรไฟล์ผู้ใช้ SandraSandra คือเจ้าของที่พักดีเด่น

I am a retired university publications editor and lifelong artist. I've had numerous shows of my paintings and a retrospective invitational by the Lake Region Arts Council (serving eight counties). I tend to be reclusive and quiet so I can focus on creative work. I read a great deal, and think about what I've read. If you ask me to engage in conversation I'm likely to have more to say than you want to know. I will leave you alone, if you prefer. Or, if you want to visit my studio, I can share.

Five things I can't live without:
Clear sunlight
Cloth shopping bags
My library
Blank paper and pen

There's a fantastic Unitarian Church only six miles down the road from my place.)

My style of hosting is businesslike, with possible forays into creative activity, if you want to go with that. I hope you will consider exploring here during the winter as well as summer, especially if you live in the city during the snow time. This is a place that is stress free. Whether you know it or not, if you live in the winter city, you deserve to come here, paint a picture, and unwind.

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