For Guest House Reservations please call: 503-852-0107

Guest House

Guest-House Retreat Information

For Reservations & Information:

Call Our
Guest House
Front Desk:
503-852-0107

Private Retreats:

Retreats are open to both women and men.

Guest house retreats are undirected, however monks are available for a spiritual direction session upon request. A library is available as well as a wide assortment of audio tapes at Bethany House.

Day Rooms:

Small rooms are available for day use only. Meals are included in this arrangement, and we ask a donation of $20 per day. Guests are limited to one day per month for use of our day rooms.

Reservations:

Reservations are taken up to four months in advance and can be placed by calling 503-852-0107 between 9:00 am and 2:00 pm, Monday thru Friday.

* We prefer telephone reservations so availability might be discussed and confirmation made.

* Frequency of Stays: Overnight guests are limited to no more than 2 stays per year, with a total of not more than 10 nights annually per retreatant. A minimum of at least 2 nights is required for a brief stay.

*Suggested arrival time is between 2:00 and 7:00 pm. Unless the reservation extends throughout the day of departure, check-out time is 10:00 am.

*(No smoking in our facilities. No children or pets, please.)

Cost:

We ask a donation of at least $50 per day for overnight accommodations. Actual cost to the monks for the operation of the guest house facilities is nearly $60 per day. We are grateful to those who are able to help us cover these costs.



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