A pictorial tour of the grounds at Rainbow Hearth Sanctuary and Retreat in Burnet.

Rainbow Hearth Sanctuary & Retreat a Burnet haven

Rainbow Hearth Sanctuary & Retreat is more than just a place to stay. While you will be close to a variety of activities and adventures in the Highland Lakes of Burnet County, you might never want to leave this oasis of tranquility.

“Here, it’s more about being than doing,” said owner Mariah Wentworth, who is renowned as a healer and bodywork therapist. She has over 30 years’ experience in massage, polarity therapy, breath work, intuitive body work, and myofascial release techniques. She is a member of the Centerpointe Research Institute retreat faculty and is licensed in massage therapy as well as trained in meditation and nutrition.

Another reason you might never leave Rainbow Hearth is the food. Only the finest organic and natural foods are used to cook delicious, nutritious meals. Any diet can be accommodated, including vegan and fasting.

The grounds are amazing, the accommodations luxurious. Try the Sky Loft Suite with its spectacular lake views, large bathtub, and overhead skylight. The Blue Heron Suite is on the ground floor and features a covered porch, lake views, and breezes.

The Sunset Guest House has two bedrooms, one with a king-size bed and the other with twin beds. Both have ensuite bathrooms. A queen hide-a-bed couch in the living room makes it possible to sleep up to five people in comfort and bliss.

And, then, there’s the Tree House Yurt, a unique 20-foot living area that also sleeps up to five people on a king-size bed, a queen-size futon, and a double futon couch. The bathhouse features a huge tub and rain shower.

All suites have Sleep Number mattresses.

You’ll find everything you need to know about how to book a room, how to get there, what to do when you’re there, and what you’ll eat, all on the Rainbow Hearth Sanctuary & Retreat website. Plan your trip, make your reservation, and get ready to relax in the beautiful Highland Lakes of Burnet County.

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