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PENDLE HILL DURING COVID-19. Due to continued public health concerns, the Pendle Hill campus will be closed to conference groups until the virus is contained, and at least through March 1, 2021. We will announce our opening date on our website and e-newsletter at least two months prior to welcoming visitors. Until we know our opening date, we will not be able to accept any new Conference Service reservations for dates during this time period. If you are interested in dates after September 1, 2021 or have any questions about Conference Services at Pendle Hill, please send them to conferences@pendlehill.org and the Conference Sales Coordinator will respond in due course. Groups with existing reservations scheduled through at least March 1, 2021 will be contacted directly by the Conference Sales Coordinator about this decision. Thank you for your patience and understanding in these times.

The Brinton House Conference Center, at 321 Plush Mill Road, is located across the street from our main campus.

The Brinton House Conference Center, at 321 Plush Mill Road, is located across the street from our main campus.

Let Pendle Hill host your event! We are known for our caring and professional staff, delicious food, beautiful grounds, and proximity to major transit hubs. Groups of 5-80 persons can easily be accommodated overnight in a variety of spaces on our grounds. Larger groups (up to 130 persons) can be accommodated for presentations, lectures, and other events.

Pendle Hill hosts conferences, retreats, and meetings for many different groups. Our guests include Quaker meetings and organizations, church groups, college faculty and staff, social service organizations, community groups, and more.

Portions of Pendle Hill are wheelchair accessible. Please view our accessibility information here.

In the event that the presence of a service animal is requested, Pendle Hill follows the ADA guidelines, which state that a service animal is limited to dogs or miniature horses that are trained to do work or perform tasks for individuals with disabilities. The task(s) performed by the service animal must be directly related to the person’s disability. The service animal must be on a leash, harness, or tether and under the control of the handler at all times. Per ADA guidelines, “comfort” or “emotional support animals” and service-animals-in-training do not meet the definition of a service animal. Pets are also not permitted at Pendle Hill.

Click on the images below for more information about our rental spaces, and/or call 610-566-4507, ext. 131, to customize your stay.

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