Accommodations & Facilities

Guest House

You may be surprised to learn that the Guest House was built in 1869 and has been used as a rectory. The cozy rooms inside certainly don’t betray their age and come with a view of the Sacred Labrinth or the outdoor Stations of the Cross that lead up to the cemetery where Mother Catherine Spalding and hundreds of other Sisters of Charity of Nazareth are buried. A stay in the Guest House allows you to experience the Sisters of Charity of Nazareth’s long tradition of hospitality for yourself. It contains seven private rooms equipped with double beds and one room fitted with twin beds. Each room has its own bathroom – complete with a shower. Limited handicap accessible options are available. A stay in the Guest House also gives you access to a small kitchenette, a sitting room for meetings, a front porch, and an outdoor charcoal grill. Be sure to click the photos in the gallery for a closer view.

Nativity Hall

Nativity Hall was built in 1915 and, in the past, also served as a rectory and novitiate. These inviting lodgings are a great place to stay for any purpose (including silent retreats) but are especially helpful for small groups that come to stay together. Eleven private rooms are available. Saint Vincent’s Church, scenic walking paths, and the cemetery where Mother Catherine Spalding and hundreds of other Sisters of Charity of Nazareth are buried can be found just a stone’s throw away. A stay in Nativity Hall comes with opportunities to use a fully equipped kitchen, a few different meeting rooms, an outdoor charcoal grill, and a snug front porch that is great for drinking your morning coffee on. Be sure to click the photos in the gallery for a closer view.

 

David Hall

Built in 1958, David Hall originally served as a science building for Nazareth College. Nestled between the Nazareth U.S. Post Office and the Nazareth Villages, it has now been converted into spacious, apartment-style living. One apartment comes with five private rooms and is equipped with one double bed, four single beds, a pull-out couch, and two full bathrooms. Another apartment has four private rooms equipped with one double bed, three single beds, and one full bathroom and one-half bath. Lastly, there is also a one-bedroom apartment with two single beds and a bathroom. Be sure to click the photos in the gallery for a closer view.

 

Vincent Cottage

Built in 2001, Vincent Cottage consists of two bedrooms (one double bed, one twin bed), a bathroom, living room, kitchen, dining area, and a screened-in porch. It comes with a beautiful view of a small lake that is affectionately called “Peter’s Puddle.” This hermitage is perfect for those that love the peaceful sounds of nature. Be sure to click the photos in the gallery for a closer view.

Casa Maria Cottage

Built in 2000, Casa Maria is a single occupancy cottage equipped with a single bed, living room, kitchen, dining area, and a sizeable back porch. It is completely surrounded by trees and flowers. You might even catch glimpse of the local deer! Casa Maria is perfect for the nature lover seeking a quiet place to get away from the hustle and bustle of daily life. Be sure to click the photos in the gallery for a closer view.

Meeting Rooms

Meeting rooms are available for reservation for up to 200 people. Tables and chairs are available in each and can be arranged before your arrival to your specifications. Many of our rooms come with refrigerators and microwaves. Upon request, light catering (coffee, tea, pastries) can be delivered. Several rooms also include television or projector screens, microphones, and speaker systems. The Social Room comes equipped with room dividers and can be broken into three separate rooms. There is also a small, private dining room with seating for up to 20 people. Please note that the Drawing Room is available for use by retreatants and visitors but cannot be reserved for private usage. Be sure to click the photos in the gallery for a closer view.

 

Grounds

Nazareth Retreat Center is made up of over 300 acres of beautiful, sacred land interspersed with comfortable benches, beautiful statues, historic architecture, bodies of water, and well-maintained walking paths. There is also a beautiful covered gazebo with tables, chairs, charcoal grills, and a volleyball net. Be sure to click the photos in the gallery for a closer view.

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