The Episcopal cottage kitchen is a serving and warming kitchen only. A complimentary continental breakfast is served daily to our guests during the Chautauqua season. A variety of breads and beverages, including several kinds of juice, milk, coffee (regular or decaf), and tea are available. There is always plenty of peanut butter, jams and jellies. Fresh fruit is also served.

Guests are encouraged to bring a cereal of their own liking. Small storage bins are provided for every room. There are two refrigerators in the basement where guests may store perishable items. And there is a small refrigerator dedicated to medications. The kitchen is available for guests to prepare their lunches and dinners. Guests are permitted to use the microwave oven in the kitchen, but no stovetop cooking is allowed. Guests may help themselves to tableware in the kitchen if they clean it. There is also a picnic table and chairs behind the Cottage for the use of guests.


The Episcopal Cottage has a spacious living room which is beautifully appointed. There is a piano that is often played during special events. A computer and printer are available for use of guests and Internet is also available to guests in the Episcopal Cottage through a Wi-Fi connection.


The Episcopal Cottage has two comfortable porches where guests can read, relax, or converse.  On the first floor, the porch is glass-enclosed.  The second floor porch is open the air, but shaded.


The Episcopal Cottage has a library on its third floor.  This space honors the memory of the Rev. A. Malcolm MacMillan, a longtime Episcopal minister at the Chapel of Good Shepherd. Guests are welcome to read here and to borrow its books.