We provide on-campus lodging in a variety of different buildings. The cost for lodging depends on the type of accomodation you choose, from dorm-style lodging with several twin beds and a shared bathroom to rooms with 2 twin beds and a bathroom accessible from the hallway. Private rooms can be reserved as space allows, and are more expensive than a shared room. One queen-size bed is available, as well as a yurt for those who prefer slightly more rustic accomodations.
Space for tents is available when weather allows, as well as R.V. hookups (electrical only, no sewer). For tent campers, showers and bathrooms are available nearby in our main building.
Some of our rooms are on a second floor--if you have special needs, please let us know when you pre-register (you can contact us at the office or make mention in 'comments' section of the online registration form).
Children ages 6-12 are free when providing your own sleeping bags, pillows & towels.
Lodging prices outside of our summer program are per person, per night.
Queen bed or private room: $75
Shared: $50 (Off season, December - February $40)
Tent: $10 (per tent)
Our meals are served family style and we sit together around a number of tables in our dining hall, sharing in conversation and wholesome food. If you are with a group and putting on your own retreat or program here at the Guild, meal times can be catered around your desired schedule. Our cook works to use as much locally sourced food as possible, including produce from our very own organic garden.
Children (6-12): $5 breakfast, $7 brunch, $7 lunch, $7 dinner
Children (5 & under): Free
Regarding Food Allergies & Special Diets: Please let us know when you register if you have any food allergies or severe intolerances and we will attempt to accomodate you in our meal preparation as best we can. However, if your diet is too restrictive we ask that you bring along some of your own food to supplement what is prepared (we have refridgerators in each building to store any food items you bring).
Our food and lodging costs for the summer program (June through August) are all-inclusive and are charged on a per week basis. The cost for a summer week at the Guild is a combination of the following 3 categories (Tuition, Lodging, Food):
One class: $250 (materials fee varies per class)
Private (as space allows): $500
Shared (2 people/room): $250
Students (elementary-college): $150 (small children can stay free with own bedding)