Silent Stay Retreat Home and Hermitage Opens Near Napa

By Jesse Sokolow on 18 January 2013
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Silent Stay Retreat Home and Hermitage

Silent Stay Retreat Home and Hermitage

The Silent Stay Retreat Home and Hermitage, an electronics-free retreat center, has opened in Vacaville, California, just outside of Napa.  The 25-acre retreat, located on a hilltop surrounded by the Sierra Mountains, promises quiet solitude and a break from Information Overload  It was created by Bruce and Ruth Davis, the owners of a similar retreat in Assisi, Italy.

The retreat has six guestrooms two with private bathrooms and four with shared baths  Four of the rooms also have private balconies, while the other two have large picture windows.

While the retreat does not have a restaurant, guests are free to bring their own food and may use the property’s gourmet kitchen for cooking.  The retreat’s staff will escort guests to a local grocery store at the beginning of their stay, and guests can also order food for delivery from local businesses.

The retreat offers morning meditation and movement sessions, as well as a candlelit evening meditation.  The nearby Cantelow Road cycling route offers trails for biking.

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