Nestled among 600 acres at the Laurelville Retreat Center, both the Solarhouse and Guesthouse accommodate visitors in simple motel-style rooms with private bathrooms. Rooms in each of these restful retreats open to an airy lobby with a seating area. In keeping with Mennonite tradition and the center’s intent to provide guests with an environment for connecting with their surroundings and each other, there are no TVs, phones or alarm clocks in the rooms. Recreational activities include 8+ miles of hiking trails, a labyrinth, horseshoes, an indoor gymnasium The Shenandoah), ping-pong, shuffleboard, bocce, native gardens, tennis courts, and a tree-shaded mini-golf course. Good to know: Alcohol allowed in Guesthouse and Solarhouse only. Smoking prohibited. Wi-Fi available. Cell service spotty for T-Mobile; other carriers good. Housekeeping upon request. Most meals served buffet-style; another Mennonite tradition: guests bus their own tables.