Staying in

As guests of Metta and Myaree you may like to simply stay in and enjoy all that the retreat has to offer.
 

  • Lose yourself in a good book in one of the many outdoor nooks

  • Laze in the hammock amongst the she-oaks and eucalypts

  • Savour some cheese and wine on the back deck

  • Play ball in the garden amongst the trees

  • Stroll along the path towards Currambene Creek

  • Throw in a fishing line and catch plentiful flathead, bream and trevalla

  • Ride the bikes down to Myola Beach

  • Prepare sumptuous meals in our spacious kitchen

  • Play board games by a warm fire in the cooler months

  • Luxuriate in the spa at Myaree with a glass of champagne

going Out

As visitors to the South Coast you may opt to head out and explore the Jervis Bay region, or other areas of the Shoalhaven.

  • Drive to Pyree and peruse the antique shops at Jindy Andy and enjoy dinner at the Butter Factory (20 mins)

  • Take your pick of scores of local beaches and enjoy a dip in the tranquil waters of Jervis Bay. Our favourites include Red Point (15 mins) and Culburra (20 mins)

  • Visit the historic Point Perpendicular Lighthouse (35 mins)

  • Take a ferry to Husskison and have a beer at the Husky Pub

  • Buy something special to take home on Husskison’s main street

  • Take a drive through Booderee National Park and enjoy a swim at Greenpatch (40 mins)

  • Enjoy some traditional fish and chips, and the pleasure of exploring rock pools at Currarong Beach (15 mins)

  • Strap on your hiking boots and enjoy one of the many bush or coastal trails

  • Take in the white sands of the famous Hyams Beach (40 mins)

  • Burn off some energy (with or without kids) on the high ropes and aerial challenges at Nowra Trees Adventure (35 mins)

 ask us

P : 0412 340 850

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We have provided answers to frequently asked questions in the Important Information page on our website, but welcome contact from our guests with any questions on your stay.

Website & Photos by Four Corners Photo | Claudine Thornton