Trinity Center's Housing Clusters
Trinity Center's 44 guestrooms have been carefully constructed within the natural beauty and tranquility of the maritime forest. Our rooms are divided into 4 housing clusters. Each cluster contains 8-12 rooms. Amenities per room include one double and one single bed, private bath with stand-up shower, a dresser, vanity, and nightstand with alarm clock and reading lamp. Linens (bed sheets and bath towels) are provided for most groups. To maintain the retreat atmosphere, we have purposefully left out the telephone, TV, and internet connection. We do not offer daily maid service.
The rooms are conveniently clustered around a common Living Room. Simply walk out your door, cross the deck and enter the Living Room to find comfortable couches and chairs, coffee tables, cable TV/DVD, kitchenette with small refrigerator, microwave, coffee maker with coffee supplies, and a gas log fireplace. This space is perfect for after-hours gatherings, movie watching or just hanging out. Although we lack internet in the guestrooms, wireless is available in the Living Rooms.
Lodging - Clusters
Trinity Center's Dormitories
Trinity Center also has 4 dormitories that are available for overnight lodging. The four dorms were originally designed with youth groups in mind, however they are a wonderful space for adult groups looking for fellowship and increased economy. Each dorm is sub-divided into 2 large sleeping quarters with 12 single or bunked beds and a bathroom on each side. There is a screened back porch and private middle room. The middle room between the cabins has one single bed (there is space for a rollaway) and a private bath. The dorms are fully winterized and air-conditioned.
Lodging - Dorms
Pelican Retreat House Facilities
The Pelican Retreat House building can accommodate up to 12 guests. The individual sleeping rooms have one or two single beds, a small desk and dresser. Four in-home style bathrooms are shared. The facility has a common living area, which can be used as a casual meeting space, and a kitchenette with refrigerator, coffee maker and microwave (meals are served in the Trinity Center dining room). The oratory can be used both for meditation and services. One of the finest features of Pelican Retreat House is the cupola at the top of the house, with superb views over the ocean, eminently suited for solitary meditation. This cupola is accessed by way of a spiral stairway, making it the only area not accessible to persons with physical handicaps. There are three outside porches: one screened and two open. Adjacent to Pelican Retreat House is the Prayer Garden and a pathway through the maritime forest with the Stations of the Cross.