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What to Bring:

The easiest access to the house when unloading is through the back porch door. Pull your vehicle forward to the left side of the Retreat Center.

  • Small travel irons at your sewing station are welcome. Some cutting mats and some rulers are provided, as are ironing stations with full sized irons.
  • Sewing stations come equipped with comfortable ergonomic rolling task chairs and task lights.
  • Bedding and towels are provided. Three Cedars also provides toilet paper, paper towels, and paper napkins. The kitchen will also have wash clothes, dish towels, and hot pads for your use.

Places to Relax:

At Three Cedars, we want you to feel relaxed and totally understand how a day filled with quilting, eating, talking and laughing can just be exhausting!
So…we have provided you with:

A “Coffee Bar” (or other beverages)
– to sit and relax with your friends

The “Roost” – to sit and bind a quilt,
read a book, or watch a movie

Our “Fountain”- will take you outside
day or night, to just watch and listen.

Guest Rooms:

Our guest rooms are named from Three Cedars’ history. For Example: The “Farmer’s Daughters” room is where my sister and I grew up.

Hearth & Home
Downstairs – Sleeps 4

Corn & Beans
Upstairs – Sleeps 3

Farmer’s Daughters
Upstairs – Sleeps 4

Harvest Room
Upstairs – Sleeps 1