Staying at the Ashram

Pictures around the ashram:

Outside on the deck

Outside on the decking

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The Yoga studio:

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Yoga Studio

Yoga Studio

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The Studio also has its own tea making facilities, an adjoining toilet and shower which joins on to one of the dormitories.

Accommodation at the ashram:

Guests at the Ashram who are staying on a longer basis (stays of a five days or more) may have the use of laundry facilities if required.

We aim to be flexible with our accommodation and will try to meet the needs of all our guests – please do not hesitate to contact us if you have specific requirements. Also, if the accommodation of your choice is already booked we will be more than happy to assist in finding you suitable alternative accommodation nearby for the duration of your time at the Ashram.

Please note: You will need to bring a sleeping bag/duvet. We provide everything else, clean sheet, pillows, blanket. If you are unable to bring a sleeping bag we can provide a duvet+cover for an additional £5 to cover laundry costs.

One double bedroom for couples, or if you need a private room (please note this is only for couples unless we have no couples booked or you are willing to pay a couples rate) double bedroom

Dormitory style accommodation – 2 rooms, one with 3 single beds the other with 4 single beds:

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The Caravan – a cosy and intimate space that can accommodate up to two people – the caravan is situated in a quiet wooded corner, with views out over country fields, a little way from the main house. A small kitchen area provides for hot drink making and light snacks if you wish. Again guests may use the ‘Ty Bach’ toilet facilities or the usual shower/bath/w.c. facilities in the house.

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Camping – We have a large Garden and depending on numbers you may be able to camp here for a short period.  With use of the compost toilet and shared facilities.

We like to encourage all our guests (as we do ourselves) to use the ‘Ty Bach’ in order to be ‘environmentally friendly’ – but of course there is a choice to use our other conventional facilities.