Reality · Lifestyle
My Retreat takes audiences inside the iconic and the unique cabins along some of the world’s most scenic shorelines, riverbanks and mountainsides.
Directed byStacey HatchDavid HatchJeanette Diehl
S01:E01 - Going There
In this episode we visit three retreats that have found very different ways to minimize their environmental impact.
S01:E02 - Extreme Cottaging
Cottages in the extreme… from a mountain top chalet near Whistler BC, to a Cottage that’s half in, and half out of the water.
S01:E03 - Sailing Away
In this episode we visit a place that, using boat technology, offers one of a kind round treehouses that hang in the forest in Qualicum Beach on Vancouver Island.
S01:E04 - Getting There Is Half the Fun
In this episode we visit a round summer home on an island in BC that you can only reach by helicopter.
S01:E05 - Retreats With History
For this episode we found three retreats that each have a century of history.
S01:E06 - Family
Time at the cottage is all about Family… but what happens when your four kids grow up and need their own place?
S01:E07 - Island Life
We’ll also show you one of BC’s famous “floating cottages.” It’s part boat, part house and all fun.
S01:E08 - Near the Beach
Beaches aren’t just for the Caribbean. In this episode we visit three cottages that aren’t just near a beach – they are inspired by it.
S01:E09 - Artists Inspiration
These three creative people have found that their cottages let them renew and rediscover their creative drive.
S01:E10 - Forest and the Trees
When you live in the country and don’t want to commute to a cottage, what do you do? You build an adult treehouse in your own backyard!
S01:E11 - Having Fun
We visit a pint-sized place where creative cottagers have turned their lightning struck stump into a ‘bear-sized’ totem pole!
S01:E12 - It's Not the Price Tag
We visit a boathouse owner in Lake of the Woods, Ontario who instead of buying a new cottage, had his unique cottage hauled up on land!
S01:E13 - Back in Time
For this episode we meet an American hippy in Northern Ontario that has been camping on a rock, no water, no power, no neighbours, for more than 40 years.
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