Feel a longing to reflect, rest, and find renewal? Desire to get away and just be?
Come for a personal retreat at Rolling Ridge. Whether for part of a day, or 24 hours or a week, we have a space set aside for you.
Individual self-directed days of renewal are available on most days. You will be assigned a private bedroom or meeting room, and have use of the Rolling Ridge Center, including trails, labyrinth, library, outdoor chapel, meditation benches and open meeting spaces (unless other groups are in the house).
Overnight self-directed, personal retreats are also available. Most private retreatants stay in the Merton Suite, which has a private bathroom, and private entrance. Use of the grounds and facilities is like that of the day retreats. Guests may stay for one night or more, up to a week.
Add on these options and services to either day or overnight personal retreats: (available at an additional cost)
- Meals. Meals are prepared for you or served along with meals for other guests.
- Massage or other body work. For an additional fee you may arrange ahead of your visit, a session with one of the Ridge Wellness Staff who provide massage, reiki, cranio-sacral, reflexology or healing touch.
- Spiritual direction. Make yours personal retreat a directed retreat by meeting with a spiritual director each day or several days during your stay. An additional fee for direction.
During summer retreat days, canoeing or kayaking may be available. Check with guest services to sign out equipment.
Call to reserve a gift of renewal and refreshment for your mind, body, and spirit. Or fill out the request form.
View the personal retreat brochure (pdf) See the Personal Retreat MENU
Our Merton Suite is available for private retreats for one night or more. The suite includes private bath, sitting room, with microwave, coffee maker, and refrigerator.
Per Person: $85
Should you prefer to come for the day and enjoy a private room with complimentary beverage service:
$50 per person
“There is a deep need within the human heart to look back upon our lives with reverence and gratitude, and to look forward into our lives with srength and hope and great measures of generosity. ” Tom Gedeon