The Sanctuary is a renovated 1950s Lutheran Church that has been converted into a unique, eight-room boutique hotel. We worked hard to preserve the architectural interest of the building by exposing the beautiful wood rafters, featuring large gothic windows, and incorporating beautiful, salvaged pieces of stained glass to capture the streaming sunlight. Our style is eclectic but comfortable. The Gathering Room has 30-foot ceilings with exposed rafters, hardwood floors, and comfortable leather couches in front of a 42” fireplace. Above is a spacious mezzanine that also has hardwood floors, plenty of window seats, a kitchenette/bar, a large family-style dining table, and high top tables. A lift makes it easy to access the mezzanine from the Gathering Room for those with limited mobility. Seating on a shady porch offers additional places to retreat and relax.

The main floor boasts three en-suite rooms with beautifully tiled bathrooms and unique individual designs. Downstairs, on the garden level, there are four additional en-suite rooms with heated floors throughout—and these rooms are pet-friendly. Every room on the main level and the garden level has an east or west facing window allowing for large amounts of natural light.

On the mezzanine you will find the Snuggery, our most unique and intimate room. The bed is nestled back into a nook among exposed rafters, and there are tall windows that overlook the Gathering Room. Toiletries (shampoo, conditioner, and soap) and hair dryers provided in every room. Each room has a 42” TV with streaming services.