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Refresh your thinking... new ideas flourish in new surroundings.

Since I scout out retreat facilities at locations most convenient for my clients, I've experienced many sites. I give these high marks for outstanding service, privacy, professionally equipped meeting facilities, gourmet meals and inspiring natural settings*: Transcend the everyday at:

Lancemore Hill Conference Centre, Kilmore, Australia (nestled in the rolling hills of Victoria, this purpose-built conference center was a sheep station in an earlier life) photo

PineCrest Inn, Tryon, North Carolina (listed on the National Register of Historic Places, once a favorite of F.Scott Fitzgerald and Ernest Hemingway)

Oxford Thames Four Pillars, Oxford, England (set in 30 acres of beautiful parkland leading down to the River Thames) and CCB Cars of Oxford to get you there from Heathrow in comfort.

Highland Lake Inn, Flat Rock, North Carolina (another favorite Appalachian mountain retreat set on 180 tranquil acres)

Hotel Guarda Val, Sporz, Switzerland (a cluster of charming 300-400 year old alpine farmhouses set amidst dazzling scenery near Lenzerheide)

Inn on Biltmore Estate, Asheville, North Carolina (a unique opportunity to stay on George Vanderbilt's beautiful and grand mountain estate)

Mount Washington Conference Center, Baltimore, Maryland (located on 68 picturesque acres in the historic outskirts of Baltimore)

Hotel Elias C, Itacuruca, Brazil's Costa Verde (set on a secluded rainforested island of Itacurucu accessible only by boat from Itacuruca) tel 021/680-7089

Contact Cynthia to learn more about
designing a retreat to re-energize your leadership team

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Did You Know...
According to social scientists and researchers studying environmental psychology,
people think more creatively when they have views of a natural setting.

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