Sarita Retreat | Shambhala @ Byron

THE NAME SARITA REFERS TO โ€œFLUENT, FLOWINGโ€ OR RIVER IN SANSKRIT.

Sarita Retreat, our largest and most versatile cottage, is a 3-bedroom cottage which sleeps up to five guests. Itโ€™s perfect for a family getaway, or a friend’s retreat. Elevated into the treetops, the main floor features a large living space and full bathroom with laundry facilities. The large, well-appointed kitchen is perfect to test your culinary craft and prepare a heavenly feast for loved ones. On the main floor, is also charming single bedroom. The backdoor of the cottage will take you to the wooden path, which will lead you to the beach front, where your daybed awaits, or down the stairs towards your private bed awaits.

Our largest and most versatile cottage, Sarita is our 3 bedroom cottage which sleeps up to five guests
Our largest and most versatile cottage, Sarita is our 3-bedroom cottage which sleeps up to five guests – photo by Shambhala Byron

The timber stars will take guests to the second floor of the cottage. The upper level contains 2 bedrooms, each with a King-size bed (which can be split into 2 singles, adapting to your needs), and television. A second shared bathroom completes the second floor with shower and spa style bathtub.

Sarita bed room - picture from shambhalabyron.com.au
Sarita cottage bed room – photo by Shambhala Byron

Re-connect with loved ones, relax, and get your creative juices flowing like the nearby creek upon which the cottage is named.

Sarita dining room - picture by shambhalabyron.com.au
Sarita dining room – photo by Shambhala Byron

 

Sarita bath room - picture by shambhalabyron.com.au
Sarita cottage bath room – photo by Shambhala Byron

 

Sarita bath tub - picture by shambhalabyron.com.au
Sarita cottage bath tub – photo by Shambhala Byron

 

Sarita Cottage
Sarita Cottage – door way – photo by Shambhala Byron

 

sarita-amenities
Sarita cottage amenities – photo by Shambhala Byron

 

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