Welcome to The Maybeck Cottage - Architectural Gem, Botanical Garden and Classroom



Spring signs popping up....trees in bud and favas are beginning to bloom in the vege beds. We made twisted grapevine wreaths from Roger's Red grapevines now cut back; trellised peas and lettuces are in. Berries are setting; confused bulbs think it may be April....


Enjoy our Labyrinth and Bonfire - heat up your discussions, or spark some new ideas.


Plan your Group Meeting, Concert or Social Club Visit: experience conversations gone radically open and unstuffy in this out of the box setting for meet ups and earnest thinking.


Schedule a concert, class or speaking engagement in the Garden Classroom, Raise funds for your Educational organization. Previous recipients include: The CollegePrep School, Berkeley High School, Northern Lights School, Cornish College for the Arts, Stanford University, Piedmont Choirs and The Bentley School.  

Previous events: Sustainable Conservation and the Math Science Research Institute -  MSRI.  

The Edible Schoolyard Project Annual employee retreat - January 2014. 

UC Botanical Garden Staff and Docents' tour scheduled quarterly - get in touch for the next visit!


Garden Classroom and Conference Center

The secure 720 sf classroom with 12-foot open beam ceiling.

Dedicated WC, farmhouse sink & outdoor prep area. 

Adjacent gardens with Bay and City views. 


10 minute walk to UC Berkeley, 20 to BART.

Lecture seating for 40-60. Classroom for 24.

Inquire for non profit or corporate rates/discounts, valet parking options for large groups


"This is a breathtaking setting, not stuffy, very accommodating....

each detail laid out to your specification



Events & Group Visits. Please contact Kathy at klb1mtd@gmail.com 


Review the '09 Annual "Maybeck Country" architectural tour organized by BAHA.



View National Landmark and well known Maybeck Church on Dwight in Berkeley


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