Rose of Sharon Retreat

Situated in a charming stone house built in 1895, the Rose of Sharon Retreat offers a peaceful and relaxing getaway for quilters and other groups. The historical home features a well-lit work area, WiFi and air conditioning throughout the house, along with a kitchen stocked with everything except food and a chef. Visit for a private retreat or make new friends at an open sew.

Long-time quilters and sisters —Vickie Davis and Jacque Wagner —opened the Rose of Sharon Retreat in 2016, naming it in honor of their mother, Sharon.

Quilting areas offer design walls, comfortable seats and cutting tables. The six bedrooms can accommodate up to 16 guests, and all linens are provided.

Outside, guests will enjoy relaxing on the wraparound porch and taking walks around Coshocton's surrounding historical area. A nearby quilting store is conveniently only a short stroll away.

Retreats are offered for private parties between eight and 16 people. Individual and smaller group retreats shared with other groups are offered four times per year. "Pick-n-Stitch" retreats, held in November and February, accomodate any sized group up to 16, and any number of days.

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