We offer accommodations for groups of any size. From comfortable modern hotel rooms with private baths to more economical vintage accommodations, our historic property offers the perfect place to step away and commune with God and creation.

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Accommodations include:


turner-family-lodge Turner Family Lodge
The Turner Family Lodge offers 24 rooms with private baths and clean linens. The East and West sides of the Lodge each have a great room with fireplace and kitchen facilities, and a large outside deck running the length of the building allows ample sitting space.
eastside Eastside
Eastside offers 12 comfortable hotel-like rooms on the main level, 6 of these being accessible to persons with disabilities, and 10 rooms downstairs. Each room contains a private bath, and linens are provided. Eastside is just up the sidewalk from Bostick and Banks Conference Rooms and the Dining Hall.
smith-row Smith Row
Smith Row offers eight hotel-like rooms, private baths, linens, and a shady porch for quiet time, visiting and relaxation.
lower-hotel The Lower Hotel
The Lower Hotel hosts six modern rooms including the Bishop Morris and Bishop Short Rooms. Two of these rooms adjoin a room behind them to form a suite as needed.
brick-row Brick Row
Recently totally remodeled, Brick Row offers 3 beautiful guest rooms reserved for group leadership or clergy on personal retreat. Access to a small kitchen is available on request.
vintage-room Vintage Rooms
The Vintage Rooms in the Upper Hotel, Log Row, Lower Neal and Marvell provide no linens and a community bath in the Quad is shared with other guests.

Gill Dormitory
This building is a great economical and self-contained place to hold a youth retreat. A central great room and kitchen divide 2 sides each of which contain a common bathroom and 4 bedrooms with bunk and single beds. Total sleeping capacity is 23. Price varies if you prefer to do your own meals or cook for yourselves – call for availability.