After the journey to Cortes Island you have arrived at the Hollyhock campus. Welcome to the land that holds us when we gather. Here the Salish Sea, ancient cedars, and 48 acres of thoughtfully curated campus await. Explore accommodations, the world renowned Hollyhock restaurant, the abundant gardens and find out more about offerings like Healing Arts, the Hollyhock store, and outdoor explorations.
New in 2024: Hot Tubs & Sauna
New in 2024 the Hollyhock campus features upgraded hot tubs, a sauna, and an outdoor shower overlooking the Salish Sea. Learn more about the new amenities on campus here.
Home to the Hollyhock reception and store, Gateway is where you check in and get settled into your Hollyhock experience.
Lodge And Garden
The heartbeat of the campus, the lodge is a central meeting space where we break bread and connect over conversations. With giant towering flowers, delighted buzzing bees, and abundant ingredients for the kitchen – the Hollyhock garden has become a famous site both its awe-inspiring beauty and brilliant utility.
Sanctuary & Bodywork Studio
Tucked away, past the apple Orchard is our Sanctuary and Bodywork Studio. The handcrafted cob Sanctuary, with quartz-laden foundation offers the perfect space for morning meditations. Across from the Sanctuary is the Bodywork Studio where you can unwind in the hands of our skilled practitioners, while birdsong serenade you into deep relaxation.
Tucked into the trees near the garden, and closest to the Lodge, this rustic building’s name roughly translates from Chinook to mean “gathering place.” Kiakum is tucked into the trees behind our garden and is the closest meeting space to the lodge.
The purposeful design of Raven was created with the intention of fostering deep, inner work, and this space has hosted many sessions since its first use in 1982. Accessed via an inspiring ocean-view pathway.
This inspiring space, with an abundance of natural light, is our largest meeting space, hosting 100+ guests.
Perched atop an ocean overlook, the Bluff House serves as shared accommodation and a session space for smaller gatherings.