We have eleven bedrooms that sleep up to twenty-two people. All the rooms are beautifully furnished in a bed and breakfast style, many with antiques. The beds and bedding were chosen to provide the utmost comfort for our guests. Beds are made up with bedding, an extra throw, towel and washcloth. Bathrooms are shared, one for every two or three bedrooms.

For those who want to pitch a tent, there are two bathrooms in the Lodge with showers that have outside access. The camping option does not include bedding or towel.

2019 Rates


  • Single room - $136

  • Double room (2 beds) - $84

  • Double room (1 bed) - $78

  • Group room (3 or 4) - $62

  • Camping - $35

  • Day Use Fee (no overnight) - $20

Prices are per person. Washington State Sales Tax of 8.6% is added to all prices.


Great care and creative inspiration goes into the selection, preparation and presentation of all food offered at Mosswood Hollow. Menus are drawn from seasonal offerings, utilizing local and organic when available.

Lunch and dinner are served at the table, restaurant style. Breakfast is a bountiful and varied spread, served buffet style.

We make every effort to accommodate people's dietary needs when given advance notice, and there is space to provide such information during the registration process.

Prices: Breakfast - $18; Lunch - $23; Dinner - $29
or $60/day if you are having all the meals!


Hot water for tea will be available 24 hours a day. Coffee will be available first thing in the morning until early afternoon. If you would like coffee later in the day just let us know and we will make you up a pot.

Bringing your own food

If you are not having meals and choose to bring your own food, please be aware that there is no kitchen access. There is a small refrigerator and a microwave available on the covered porch. There is also hot water available 24 hours a day. We ask that you bring your own plates, bowls and whatever utensils you need as well as any condiments you might want.


Mosswood Hollow does not serve alcoholic beverages, however you are welcome to bring your own.

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Hot tub

There is a six person hot tub located out by the vegetable garden 150 yards from the house for your use. 

What to bring

Though we don’t require it, many people remove their shoes when coming in the lodge therefore some guests enjoy having a pair of slippers especially in the colder months. An extra sweater or shawl in the winter is also advisable. There are hairdryers in all bathrooms. Hand soap and shower jell is provided but beyond that please bring your own toiletries.

Walking trails

There is an approximately one mile trail around our beaver pond. While it does have boardwalks over low points, which in the rainy season fill up with water, it is still wet and slippery in the winter so you may want shoes to sport the walk. In later spring, summer and early fall the trail is easily navigable. 

If you are interested in a longer walk or run, there is a lake close by to which you can get to by paved road. From Mosswood Hollow to the lake and back is 2 miles and it is 4 miles if you add going around the lake.  

Mosswood Hollow Retreat Center

20215 320 Ave. NE
Duvall, WA 98019


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