Personal Wellness Retreats

Sorrento Retreat and Conference Centre is inclusive and welcoming, a place to nourish yourself, to connect and deepen in mind, body, and spirit.

If you wish to come to a place where you can relax and disconnect, this will become your place. Tucked away on 24 acres on Shuswap Lake (South Shuswap), the Centre provides a peaceful site to enjoy leisure time, immerse yourself in our natural environment, grow in spirit and to just be yourself, while supported by the community around you. Come to stay at Sorrento Retreat and Conference Centre and experience this place we call “simply beautiful”. 

Book your personal wellness retreat during the regular or shoulder seasons (based on availability). Accommodation options range from lodge suites to cozy motel-style self contained units: some with cooking facilities, and some without.

While here, why don’t you meander through forested paths to Shuswap Lake where you can sit on the beach, or around a campfire and simply breath in the beautiful view of Copper Island and the gorgeous lake. There are so many other things to do while you are here: gather with others in one of the lounges, walk our grounds, visit our outside chapel, or settle into a cozy chair and pick up that book that you have been wanting to read for a while.

Breathe deeply. Exhale…

Off site, the local community offers quaint gift shops, a variety of restaurants, coffeehouses or special music events. And don’t forget all the wineries and breweries. Hike, mountain bike, Nordic ski, or snowshoe on spectacular nearby trails. Cycling on our quiet backcountry roads will be one of your best experiences. So much to see and do!!

Contact us at 250-675-2421 or toll free at 1-866-694-2409 or by email at reception@sorrento-centre.bc.ca.

Our wellbeing is nourished by the land and environment that surrounds us. We acknowledge that the land we share, learn and live on is the traditional and unceded territory of the Secwépemc people. At Sorrento Retreat and Conference Centre, we pay tribute to those whose hands have cared for these lands for centuries, exhibiting values of generosity and harmony, values we strive to live into today.