Whether you have a group wanting the privacy and comfort of hotel style rooms or a group looking forward to the fun of sharing a cabin, we have just the right lodging options to meet your needs. We can accommodate up to 274 guests from May through August and 212 guests from September throughApril. All of the lodging is designed to provide guests with a beautiful natural setting that encourages a sense of community, a feeling of relaxation and opportunities for reflection and renewal.
Smoking is permitted in designated outdoor areas only. Pets are not permitted on the property.
St. John’s and St. Mark’s Lodges
Blended into the spectacular scenery of the center are our two modern hotel-style lodges. Each of the lodges has twelve bedrooms. All of the bedrooms have two beds, some with two double beds and others with a double and a twin bed. Each room has its own bathroom with a shower and is comfortably appointed to make you feel right at home. Bedding and towels are provided.
Our standard cabins are nestled in the woods overlooking beautiful Otter Lake. All cabins are heated and fully winterized for year-round use and have five sets of bunk beds and a bathroom with two toilets, sinks and showers. Decks on each cabin invite guests to gather together and enjoy the center’s natural beauty. Guests provide their own bedding, towels and toiletries.
Each Fall, we have been converting ten of our traditional cabins to be “adult friendly.” These cabins features four brand new twin beds, furniture, and hotel-style amenities. Four-person and two-person occupancy options are available. Bedding and towels are provided. Adult friendly cabins are available from September through May.
Renovated in 2013, the bunkhouse sleeps 16 in two separate sleeping rooms overlooking beautiful Otter Lake. Each room has 4 sets of bunk beds fitted with twin sized mattresses. There are two bathrooms each with two showers, sinks and toilets. The fireplaced living room features a kitchenette equipped with a full size refrigerator, microwave, coffee maker and toaster. There is a screened porch off the living space.
This is the perfect space for groups who prefer to have their sleeping rooms and meeting space all in one building!
Cederholm Retreat Cottage
The Cederholm Retreat Cottage was established in the spring of 2014, in gratitude for the episcopacy of the Rt. Rev. Bud Cederholm according to the vision he shared with his wife, Ruth Ann. They see the Cottage as a place of rest and reflection for the clergy and clergy spouses of the Diocese of MA.
Smoking is prohibited. Pets are not permitted on the property.
Please review the Cederholm Retreat Cottage Use Policy.
Many of the center’s lodge rooms and cabins have been designed and furnished to be accessible to guests with special needs. Please inquire for more information.