SOPHIA HOUSE: Accommodations and Rates
On the Hesed Haven building's upper level, the large meeting room has a gas log fireplace, a deck, and a sweeping view of the pond. Tables and chairs may be configured in a variety of ways. There is a fully equipped institutional kitchen, and there are two accessible bathrooms.
On the lower level, reached by stairs or elevator, there are two large dormitory rooms with double-decker bunk beds; each dormitory room sleeps 16 people. There are three bathrooms with showers; one shower is fully accessible. The Sophia House office is also on the lower level. Because Hesed Haven is built into the side of a hill, there are views of the pond and access to the outdoors from the dormitory rooms.
- Groups doing their own cooking: $30 per person per night, with an additional $50 kitchen fee per visit. In addition to pots, pans, utensils, dishes, and cutlery, Sophia House provides salt, pepper, coffee, tea, hot chocolate, and condiments.
- Groups for which Sophia House provides meals: $50 per person per night.
- Bed linens (comforters, sheets, pillow cases), towels, and washcloths are provided for all groups.
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