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Everview Retreat, Canowindra

The first of three stone cottages at Everview Retreat, “Gwynfyd” (which is Welsh for bliss) was designed to accommodate the needs of couples. The cottage has been built by stonemasons from the basalt and granite harvested from the site and features bluestone corners and a huge deck for taking in the breathtaking views.

The retreat is situated on 11.5 acres overlooking the magnificent Lachlan Valley. With 360 degree views incorporating the Weddin Mountains to the west, and Mt Canobolis to the north, it takes in spectacular views of vineyards, market gardens and rolling hills and is close to the Lachlan River.

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