INDIVIDUAL RETREATS

An individual may come for a few hours, a day, overnight, or longer. Guests have come over the years to write, rest, retreat, and create. All you have to do is let us know when you are coming so that one of our volunteer greeters can make you welcome.

 

You can reserve our hermitage for an extended time, or be on the land or at the Main Retreat House for a few hours or overnight. You are free to follow your own spiritual leading, or book a session with the Spiritual Director here.

Most of our accommodations are $50 per person, per night. Day rates are $30 per person, per day.

Individual Spaces

If you want to stay the night, we have several options for individuals or couples

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Dorothy Day Cottage

The Dorothy Day Cottage is our unique mini-retreat. It is a secluded cabin for people that need quiet, nature, and beauty for inspiration or just rest. Named after Dorothy Day in honor of the social activist, it is intended to provide comfort for the body, mind and spirit. It has two single beds and a kitchenette. 

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Downstairs Suite

The downstairs suite provides a modicum of privacy in the main retreat house. One rooms contains 4 twin beds, another room provides dining and sitting spaces, and a full bath and kitchenette gives you a self-contained suite. 

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Individual Rooms 

Rooms in the main house can be used by individuals or couples if not reserved for groups. Occupancy varies per room and you pay per person, not per room. 

“This was a very eye opening experience for me. I learned about letting go and opening up. The time I spent here was not wasted but savored and will always be in my heart and mind for years to come.”

“Exactly what i needed. Peaceful. Private. Spectacular place to be intimate with God. I encountered Holy Spirit multiple times during my visit. So beautiful to find a place that facilitates releasing the kingdom on earth.”

“I am not a religious or spiritual person, and that is unlikely to ever change. Yet staying at Penuel Ridge reminded me that I do have a spirit. I don't know if that makes any sense, but that's how I feel.”