Stay on Campus

Two beautiful options for campus guests

Alumnae, parents, and other visitors can make reservations for the Alumnae Cottage or Barbee House. Located on the east side of campus at the base of Faculty Avenue, both houses are comfortable and welcoming places to stay.


alumnae cottage

Completely renovated in 2010, the Alumnae Cottage features three guest rooms, free WiFi access, and a central living room and full kitchen that serve the entire house. Interior design by Elaine Stephenson ’83.

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Rates & Amenities

Rooms 1 and 2: $60/night
One queen bed per bedroom

Room 3: $60/night
Two twin beds


barbee guest house

Built in 1936 to house faculty, Barbee House was named for Charles Lewis Cocke’s daughter, Bessie Cocke Barbee. Barbee was completely refurbished and redecorated in 2003, thanks to Wyndham Robertson ’58 and Brooke Morrow ’78. Interior design by Elaine Stephenson ’83.

Barbee features four suites and two guest rooms and a central living room, kitchen (no stove), and half bath that serve the entire house.

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Rates & Amenities

All suites and rooms include: 
  • Cable TV
  • DVD player
  • Ethernet connection and Wifi

Suite A (ground floor): $65/night

  • One bedroom (two twin beds)
  • Living room
  • Kitchen (stove, refrigerator, microwave, coffee pot, dishes)

Suite B (ground floor): $65/night

  • One bedroom (two twin beds)
  • Living room
  • Kitchen (stove, refrigerator, microwave, coffee pot, dishes)

Suite C (second floor): $85/night

  • Two bedrooms (two twin beds in each room)
  • Living room
  • Coffee bar (mini refrigerator, microwave, coffee pot)

Suite D (second floor): $85/night

  • Two bedrooms (two twin beds in each room)
  • Living room
  • Coffee bar (mini refrigerator, microwave, coffee pot)

Room E (second floor): $60/night

  • One bedroom (one queen bed)

Room F (second floor): $60/night

  • One bedroom (one queen bed)