Cultus Bay Road
hideaway on beautiful Whidbey Island
Sweetwater is also the home
of St. Thomas Gnostic Christian Monastery. It is generally devoted to Christian
historical studies but is used for prayer and healing services. If requested,
weddings are also performed in the chapel. More...
getaway for a romantic weekend or an adventure for the whole family.
(Including the dogs, cats, and horses). To start your day you will find
a fully equipped kitchen w/all the ingredients of a hardy breakfast, plus
home made chocolate chip cookies! Also an outdoor family size Finnish
secluded 2 bedroom heated cottage is nestled on 22 acres of enchanting
evergreen and cedar woods, pastures, meadows and gardens with beautiful
walking trails. It offers ultimate privacy and open, light pastoral views.
The cottage is beautifully furnished, fully carpeted and has a color television.
A cozy wood stove awaits you for cooler mornings; or sit on the beautiful
deck on warm summer evenings. Your Innkeepers, Mariellen & Jeremiah,
have their own separate quarters off the premises. They are close enough
to ensure the best possible service during your stay, yet far enough removed
that your cottage is your own private little world.
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$150.00 per night
couple or single occupant.
Extra Adult $20.00
Pets and horses
$10.00 per night
do not include continental breakfast:
Sales Tax will also be charged on the above prices.
$875 per 7 day
US or Canadian
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The service will
be conducted by Sweetwater’s owner, Jeremiah Ray abbot of the Monastery.
If you decide to hold the wedding at Sweetwater we will need to be informed
as early as possible. There is no charge for the service and you are free
to use the chapel for meditation during your visit to Sweetwater.
The wedding may also be combined
with a stay at Sweetwater. The cottage is private with its own entrance
and we are protective of the needs of our guests. If you are planning to
marry, Sweetwater would be honored to have the service here.
St. Thomas Gnostic Christian Monastery
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