Built in the 1920's to house a girls' boarding school, Claiborne Hall is on the National Register of Historic Places. Arguably one of the most unique places around, the red Spanish-style roof and framed windows are instantly recognizable.
Claiborne Hall dormitory-style facilities offer single- and double-occupancy lodging rooms. At the end of each hall are shared bathrooms with stalled showers and restrooms.
An economical option during the Spring, Summer, and Fall seasons, Claiborne Hall rooms are suitable for most types of retreats, particularly those that are family-style, history-focused, or large enough to warrant tiered lodging options. Overnighter guests often find this to be an ideal “home base” during off-site excursions or hiking trips.
Please note that most Claiborne Hall rooms require access via a staircase. Bishop's Hall rooms are generally preferred by individuals with limited mobility.
Year-round for groups
Spring / Summer / Fall for individual guests
Tiered Conference Lodging Option