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ACCOMMODATION

Nurture your body and soul with a stay at our rural retreat in the rolling hills of the Hunter Valley. Only two hours from Sydney, you can soon be unwinding in nature, amongst native birds, peacocks, wombats and cows. With three delicious meals cooked by our team of brahman chefs, the days are yours to spend at your own pace. Perhaps some meditation on the back patio as the sun rises and then stroll to the temple for morning kirtans and wisdom talks. Go on bush walks, engage in some service, visit our organic veggie gardens, feed the cows or meet up with like-minded souls in the guest house lounge. Alternatively you may choose to retire to the privacy of your room for some reading or a restful afternoon nap.

The recently built guesthouse, comprising four generous bedrooms and three bathrooms, takes advantage of many passive solar design features which ensure maximum comfort with minimum energy consumption. Its convenient location provides easy access to the many attractions of the area.

The standard room rate including three meals is $100/ night, Saturday $150/ night, peak holiday periods include a two night minimum stay at $170/night. There is a charge of $40 for each extra guest. Children six years and under stay and dine free of charge. There is an additional $30 per night charge for the Deluxe Bellbird room.

 

Please review our policies prior to booking. For any enquiries phone Satsanga between 10am- 5pm on 0497 579537 or email us. Book early though so you don’t miss out. There is a full refund if you cancel prior to two weeks of your arrival.

WHAT TO BRING

We recommend bringing comfortable walking shoes, sun protection, torch and a water bottle if you intend on taking a stroll through our natural surrounds.

 

For overnight stays, bedding and meals are provided but please bring your own towels and toiletries. 

If you have very young children, please bring appropriate food and drink for them as we may not always be able to provide what they require.

Bushwalking in the hills surrounding New Gokula