The atrium inside the Lindisfarne Guest House photo: Margo Moritz
Lindisfarne Guest House
The Lindisfarne Guest House is a distinctive octagonal building with twelve rooms on two floors surrounding a 30-foot skylit atrium. The atrium provides a relaxing skylit sitting area where guests often gather to read or sit with a cup of tea by the fire. The building is constructed in a traditional Japanese style and heated with a central wood-burning stove and passive solar system.
The guest rooms are simply, yet comfortably furnished, with large windows opening onto landscaped grounds. Each pair of rooms shares a bathroom and there is a centrally located shower. A sauna with additional set of showers is available in a separate building. The guest house kitchen offers fresh baked bread and jams, as well as seasonal fruit, coffee and tea.
The Wheelwright Center
The Wheelwright Center has four guest rooms directly across from the dining room in the central area. Two of the rooms (A and B) may be combined into a suite. Room C is a small room with a private entrance and shared bathroom. Room D is equipped with its own shower and bathroom and is wheelchair accessible. These rooms are suitable for families and those in need of special accommodation.Retreat Options
Stay in our guest facilities for a personal retreat and follow your own schedule (see Rates and Reservations below), or come as a guest practice retreatant and follow a half-day schedule with the community (see Guest Practice Retreats
). If you are staying as part of a workshop, see Rates and Reservations below.
Green Gulch is delighted to welcome adult-accompanied children as guests; children under 12 stay in Wheelwright Center rooms only.
Rates and Reservations