Named after Our Lady of Guadalupe, this homey hermitage with wood beams and Oriental rug was built by local Amish carpenters and moved to the property as the most recently-added hermitage. It was turned into a modern facility by a live-in carpenter.
Located along Metta Trust Lane on the Center’s eastern perimeter, the structure has air conditioning, a ceiling fan, and electric heat, and includes 2 single beds with an open loft area, a shared kitchenette, sitting area with 2 easy chairs, a bathroom, and porch seating.
Number of Beds: 2
Sleeps: 1-2 people
Kitchen: small refrigerator, 2-electric gas stove, microwave, and coffee maker