A Christian Based Spiritual Solitude Retreat Center
In general, the purpose of a retreat (which, in this case, means getting away not running away in defeat as in military terms), refers to seeking a place of solitude in order to quiet and center your spirit, to seek to be in the presence of God, to hear his voice, and be refreshed, renewed, equipped to re-enter the world at large. For more information on retreats visit our Retreat Information page.
We don’t offer pre-programmed retreats. We do have some retreat outlines that some guests choose to follow. See our Retreat Library page to view and print anything you like there. In addition, if you schedule time with the Spiritual Director for a session, she may be able to help you outline some retreat activities following your session with her.
No large retreats as we are a small personal retreat site. While we can offer conference space and break out options for up to 20 or more persons for day only purposes, we don’t have overnight accommodations for that many folks. We can offer 3 large one-bedroom suites with generous space, additional rooms and ensuite private bathrooms. We can offer some informal sleeping arrangements (e.g., inflatable beds or a sofa) for short stays if 3 bedrooms does not suffice. Please reach out with an email or phone call to discuss group options.
We do not serve food for our guests. We do provide the following:
In addition, there are several markets and numerous restaurants within 3 miles of the property.
No need - we have bed linens and towels for you. And, we simply ask that you wash any dishes or other kitchen utensils that you use and leave the bed(s) you used unmade. We’ll take it from there! No cleaning is expected and there are no additional fees for cleaning after your stay.
We do have 2 horses on site that belong to and are cared for by our equine-assisted therapist, Taylor.. When her schedule allows, she is able to offer individual lessons onsite or a guided ride. We welcome you to visit the horses. They love people and, unless they are preoccupied with eating, they will probably let you pet them. We do ask that you stay outside of all the horse enclosures for safety and liability reasons.