Strathean Retreat Centre has accommodation and dining facilities for up to 30 people, generally in twin or single rooms. (We can increase numbers to 40 by using bunks.)
With prior notice, additional people may stay in motorhomes or caravans, or camp. We have extensive grounds for relaxing, walking and taking time out amongst a totara forest, native trees and a fruit orchard (see Experience Strathean).
We welcome groups who wish to deepen their connection to Higher Self, Source, Spirit, Consciousness, God, or a deeper relationship with themselves.
Here is a short video showing some of our accommodation:
– sleeps 14. The main house is called Anahata. It has a large living room (7m x 6.5m) with a fireplace and small library which is ideal for holding workshops. It also has a fully-equipped kitchen and a spacious dining room that opens to a deck. There are also toilets, showers, baths and laundry in Anahata.
Anahata bedroom configuration:
3 single bedrooms
3 x 2 person bedrooms, 1 single room and 1 x 4 person bedroom
– sleeps 5
Ananda is an area with two sleeping rooms and a small separate area with a fridge, jug and bench space. It is two minutes walk from Anahata.
Ananda bedroom configuration:
1 x 2 person bedroom, 1 x 3 person bedroom
Om and Shanti
– sleeps 4-7
Just metres from Anahata are two further rooms – Om and Shanti, these have recently been renovated and ensuites added.
Om bedroom configuration:
(On request we can reconfigure Om by adding bunks.)
Shanti bedroom configuration:
– sleeps 4
Jyoti cottage is fully self-contained and is available for hire, if specifically requested when booking. It can sleep up to 4, in two bedrooms. Jyoti cottage has kitchen facilities as well as a separate shower, toilet and laundry. It is often used by facilitators of retreats or special guests. It is also available for individual retreatants.
The meditation room is a private area that is available for anyone to use at anytime, located at the back of Jyoti cottage.
Yoga Hall and Workshop Space
This beautiful 53 metre squared space looking out onto the totara trees has recently been upgraded and is used for weekly yoga classes and workshops. It is available for retreats when booked in advance for an additional charge. As shown here, it has room for 22 yoga mats.