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Anna’s Retreat, The Channon

Anna’s Retreat is a magical place on Terania Creek to relax the body, still the mind, listen to the heart and soothe the soul. The fully self contained mud brick and timber two storey retreat provides luxury accommodation for up to three couples. Set in a picturesque rural setting amongst beautiful trees and gardens, the retreat offers privacy and valley views. Use of swimming pool and a gourmet breakfast basket are included in the tariff and other meals are available by arrangement. Anna’s Retreat is located 6km from the Channon, famous for its markets, Protestors Falls and rainforest walks.

Accommodation Options

Anna’s Retreat

3 bedrooms, lounge room, full kitchen, dining/family room,bathroom and outdoor entertaining area. The retreat is exclusively yours and can accommodate one to six people.

Popular Activities

  • Bush Walking
  • Sightseeing
  • Swimming
  • National Park
  • Rainforest

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