Different from a hotel or simple lodging model, inquiring guests schedule and intentionally plan retreats with an emphasis on spiritual formation. This focus reflects the Fairhaven vision of encouraging the health and renewal of Christian leaders and is expressed in a number of retreat options. For many, this focus will represent little change in the way you anticipate and experience your time at Fairhaven. What the change does signal is a move toward a purposeful engagement and participation in the Fairhaven vision and the resources that give expression to that vision, whether that be the perspective-lifting beauty of our peaceful surroundings, the rest-inviting cottages and lodge facilities, or the hope-inspiring counsel and spiritual guidance offered by our staff.

When vacancy permits, a retreat option where the primary focus is rest as part of a personal or family vacation or holiday is available.

The various retreat options and rates are available on our website at Retreat Options

Unfortunately, we do not provide pass through stays for travel. Other venues can meet that need.

With anticipation, we look forward and envision God’s continued presence and restoring touch on the hearts and lives of those who come seeking rest and renewal.

Please review our Retreat Options and indicate your selection in the Message box below as part of the reservation process.


Please note that this is not an actual reservation, but only a request for one. We will contact you for a confirmation shortly after. Thank you!

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Paul meditated on God in nature. Probably he often did this in solitude. “For since the creation of the world God’s invisible qualities — his eternal power and divine nature—have been clearly seen, being understood from what has been made, so that people are without excuse.” -NIV

Romans 1:20

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