Beautiful, peaceful environment. True Benedictine hospitality. Marilyn was an excellent hostess. We plan on coming back and enjoying this place again. And the excellent baked goods and dessert made the stay even more enjoyable. Two of the Benedictine Sisters took us under their wing and guided us through the daily prayers.
Very comfortable stay in extremely quiet setting with all amenities. Sitting outside with morning coffee with quail, squirrels and lots of birds. Beautiful view of the valley to the South. Continual breakfast was very thoughtfully prepared.
Lovely, comfortable, unique and warmly decorated room. Nice porch and walk out to a beautiful grounds. Special and personalized and caring service reflecting the kindness and sincerity of the Order of St. Benedict.
I am so glad I had a quiet retreat to bring in the new year....books, tea, rest, walking up the Stations of the Cross. It is always lovely to be back at the Inn at St. Gertrude's. I was pleased to be able to attend Mass again (it was not open to the public for a time due to COVID). I'll be back!
We came up from Boise in need of some downtime and beautiful views. We’ve stayed at the Inn before and new we would appreciate the beautiful decour, the piles of warm comforters and rocking chairs. The innkeeper, Marilyn, spoiled us with desserts in the evening and an expanded continental breakfast in the morning. The kind people at the Keuterville Pub and Grub treated us like locals.
My fiancé and I enjoyed a lovely stay at the Inn at St. Gertrude. Our room was spacious, clean and comfortable. Everyone was kind and hospitable. Breakfast was delicious—especially the raspberry preserves. The museum is a gem; allow yourself ample time to learn about the sisters’ remarkable journey. The monastery and grounds are gorgeous. Do yourself a favor and stretch your legs on the trails that wind up into the hills.
Marilyn was very accommodating of our team's visit to Cottonwood and the facilities were great! We only wish that we had had more time to just relax and enjoy the monastery grounds more. The Spirit Center and gift shop are both quite well done!
We stayed at the Inn after taking our daughter to the University of Idaho for college. After the hustle and bustle of all the orientation activities, and moving her into the dorm room, we arrived at the Inn feeling worn out. It was so quiet and peaceful looking out at the rolling hills and forests. We slept so well that night, and woke up to a wonderful breakfast of homemade bread and jam, coffee, and fruit. We will definitely stay here the next time we drive up to Moscow!
. The Pheasant room had a mini kitchen, dining table and chairs, couch and rocking chairs, bedroom, and a door to the back porch. Cake was supplied in the evening, and a continental breakfast set out in the am. The decor was "early grandma's house", homey and old fashioned. Perfect for those looking for peace and quiet. Not a lot of dining options in the nearby town. Marilyn was gracious and accomodating.
The Inn is easy to get to and has four rooms, all named after birds. I stayed in the Pheasant Room which had a roomy bedroom, small kitchenette, dining area and comfortable living room. Off the living room was a door to the outside patio with two brightly colored Adirondack chairs where I watched a gorgeous sunset and a bird nesting atop a birdhouse. Located 3 miles outside of Cottonwood, the setting is quiet and peaceful. It was a great place to get away from the hustle and bustle and noise of a city. The nuns who are in charge of the place were very hospitable and welcoming and the desserts they offered in the evening as well as the breakfast in the morning are all homemade and wonderfully delicious. Well worth the modest price.
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