Stay at our comfortable Bed & Breakfast
NB: due to continued public health concerns, Pendle Hill has made the difficult decision to close our campus to outside visitors until the virus is contained, and at least through 10/01/2020. You can read the letter from our Interim Executive Director about this decision. We will announce our opening date on our website and e-newletter at least two months prior to welcoming visitors. Until we know our opening date, we will not be able to accept any sojourning reservations. Thank you for your patience and understanding in these times.
Looking for a comfortable setting for an overnight stay near Philadelphia? Come to Pendle Hill.
Here’s what we offer:
- Beautiful 24-acre grounds with a mile long woodchip trail, ponds, and 140 species of trees and flowering shrubs
- Comfortable private room with bed and desk
- Three delicious homemade meals a day, made with local and organic ingredients, and the opportunity for mealtime conversation with the Pendle Hill resident community
- High Speed Wireless Internet Access Points in most buildings across campus and a dedicated computer room.
- Art studio, with supplies for your creative expression, open 24 hours except when class is in session
- Library, for reading, study, and research, open 24 hours except when class is in session
- The opportunity for spiritual nurture
- One half hour of open Quaker worship every morning – everyone welcome
- The chance to relax – to do as much or as little as you like
- Convenient location just outside Philadelphia, easy to reach by car, train, or plane. Five-minute drive from Media and Swarthmore (including Swarthmore College), and 20 minutes from Bryn Mawr and Haverford Colleges.
Come for an overnight, a few days, or a few weeks. Who comes to Pendle Hill for personal retreats?
- Those gathering in a homey setting with friends and family
- Busy people who want time and space to refresh their spirit
- Visitors from many countries who find a “home away from home”
- People from many different faiths
- Writers and artists
- People who want to deepen their spiritual lives
- Area visitors looking for (unique) bed and breakfast-style accommodations.
The cost of an overnight stay (bed and breakfast) as of September 1, 2017 is $90 per person for a single room and $70 per person for a shared double room. Children 4-11 years old are $45 (there is no charge for children under 4). Discounts are available for extended stays (sojourns). Lunch on our main campus is $10 and dinner is $14.
Please call 610-566-4507, ext. 137 or 800-742-3150, ext. 137 for more information.
Please note that THESE PRICES DO NOT REFLECT CONFERENCE GROUP’S MEAL PRICING OR MEETING SPACES. If you are planning a meeting or a group retreat, please visit our Conference Services page. Participants in Conferences or Workshops do not reserve their meals individually.