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WORKSHOP VENUE


Mountain Lens Retreat, Hendersonville, NC

Mountain Lens Retreat is a beautiful property and the facilities are the perfect location for a photography workshop.




We will hold our classroom sessions in the
Training Room, which features, in part…


Four 27-inch iMacs with Lightroom and Photoshop
• Two 30-inch Apple Cinema Displays compatible with PC laptops with an HDMI port and also with MacBooks with a Thunderbolt/Mini Display Port
• 60-inch Ultra 4K HDR TV to mirror computer displays …
… and other features.


The grounds of Mountain Lens Retreat feature:


• 20 acres of forest and stream

• One mile loop trail

• Stream

• Small Waterfalls (but photogenic none-the-less!














For those who wish to stay overnight for an early start
Saturday morning, you’re in for a treat. Mountain Lens
Retreat offers beautiful cottages for your comfort. Check in is at 3 p.m., check-out at Noon.




Fox Den - Bamboo Cottage Lower Level

$135 / night Special $120

• Fully furnished living room

• 42-inch TV with Apple TV

• Kitchen / breakfast bar fully equipped

• Bedroom one: a queen bedroom and a queen sofa bed

• Bedroom two: two twin extra long beds

• Full size bath to be shared






Bird House - Bamboo Cottage Upper Level

$135 / night Special $120

• Fully furnished living room

• 40-inch Ultra 4K HDR Smart TV with Apple TV

• Kitchenette/microwave, toaster oven, apt size refrig, coffeemaker, fully equipped

• Two sleeping areas, one queen bed and one day bed/extra long twin bed in bedroom and in living room area one day bed/extra long twin bed

• Private full size bath




Tree House - Upper Level

$135 / night Special $120

• Studio apartment with large living room/dining areas

• 40-inch Ultra 4K HDR Smart TV with Apple TV

• Kitchenette/microwave, toaster oven, apt size refrig, coffeemaker, fully equipped

• Two sleeping areas, one queen bed and one day bed/extra long twin bed

• Private full size bath



To make reservations,
Email Jeff Miller at
jeff@mountainlens.com
AND
April Johnson at
april@mountainlens.com


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