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Claiborne Hall 

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 tall windows are instantly recognizable. Its halls seems to echo with the laughter of generations of campers and students and retreat-goers who've found a haven here.

Claiborne Hall dormitory-style lodging facilities offer single- and double-occupancy rooms. At the end of each hall are shared bathrooms with stalled showers and restrooms.

Claiborne Hall rooms are very economical and are ideal for most retreats. Please note that most Claiborne Hall rooms require access via a staircase. Bishop's Hall rooms are generally preferred by individuals with limited mobility 



Occupancy Options:

Year-round for groups
Spring / Summer / Fall for individual guests

Ideal for:

  • Group Retreats

  • Tiered Conference Lodging Option

  • Young Adults

  • Young Families

  • Youth Groups

  • Travelers

  • History Buffs

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