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ACCOMMODATIONS

A retreat at The Drawbridge is exclusive to one couple per visit, affording guests peace and solitude while settling into luxurious accommodations.

 

Guests can disengage from ministry and engage in rest and relaxation in 1600 square feet of private quarters that include:

  • a private living room with fireplace;

  • sliding doors leading to a private patio complete with a propane fire-pit and view of the forest;

  • a personal kitchenette with microwave, full size refrigerator and Kuerig coffee maker;

  • coffee, tea, filtered water, snacks, juice and sodas;

  • a prayer/reading room with CD player;

  • two flat screen televisions with Dishnet satellite;

  • Internet access;

  • a master bedroom with king-size Berkshire mattress, luxurious London Fog sheets and an electric fireplace;

  • a private master bath with walk-in shower, jetted soaking tub, heated tile floors, and hotel style bathrobes for use during a stay at The Drawbridge

 

Meals are provided. Breakfast is available in the guest kitchenette that will be stocked with continental breakfast options. Lunch and dinner will be shared with the hosts in the main dining area.

We have seen to the details so guests can rest and relax. Our goal is for guests to feel more than welcome at The Drawbridge.

In addition to personal living space, guests are welcome to enjoy the common living room, dining room and kitchen areas. Other than meal times, the schedule is open. Guests can hike through the woods or along the winding road, pray, read, snuggle up by the fire, watch a movie, play a board game, go for a drive, or sit and visit for a while. No program, no agenda, no set fee—just enjoy a break at The Drawbridge.

At The Drawbridge, we know first-hand some of the greatest trials that can come in ministry. When coming to The Drawbridge, the only expectation is that guests hang their ministry hat at the door upon entering. This is a place for relaxation, retreat, restoration and renewal. It is a place for rest from the labor of ministry for two and three days.