The iconic Rockwood Manor was built in the 1920s and served as the country estate of Carolyn Gangwer Caughey (pronounced “coy”). Nestled in 30 acres of forest and just steps away from the C&O Canal National Historical Park where Prabhupada walked, the manor exudes rustic elegance and old-world charm. Today, it offers guests a dynamic, secluded, and naturally stunning venue in which to meet, socialize, and celebrate.



We have reserved all the comfortable and warm rooms throughout the property. Some rooms are shared, while others are private. As we get closer to the event, we will open self-assignment of each room for you to select your preference. 


We will be sharing rooms throughout the retreat center to keep costs low while allowing us to enjoy this location.


If you prefer to stay elsewhere, there is are hotels located about a 15-minute drive from the retreat center. Due to our limited finances, we will not be able to assist you in those costs and transportation.