Our Welsh yoga retreat is set in the stunning Black Mountains in a renovated farmhouse with luxurious accommodation and beautiful gardens. Really spoil yourself at this sumptuous pad, a wonderful place to relax, unwind, and to break free from the busyness of everyday life.
Starting off life as a 17th century mill house it was extensively remodeled about 150 years ago which is why there are Georgian features to the house such as the large windows. The house has recently been renovated to a very high standard and there are beautiful gardens and parklands that surround the house which are bordered by a river.
Relax in the grand yet cozy living spaces or luxurious bedrooms on offer or explore the 50 acres of gardens and parkland surrounding the country house. Whether you’re after some active relaxation or indulging in a slower pace of life, then this is the yoga retreat you are looking for.
Close to the literature capital of the UK, Hay on Wye, pop in and wander around the quaint village, enjoy a bookshop and take in the views of the breathtaking scenery. A stone’s throw from the Brecon Beacons National Park you are spoilt with stunning scenery all around. There are a multitude of walks or hikes on offer. Or for those who want even more activity, try kayaking, mountain biking, horse riding climbing and much more.
How to get there
The nearest train station is Abergavenny and then it is a 40 minute taxi ride which costs £40. We recommend the below trains so that you all arrive at the same time in order to group you into taxi’s to keep the cost down.
Recommended Train Times
Depart – London Paddington: 12.45
Arrive – Abergavenny: 15.27
Depart – Abergavenny: 11.58
Arrive – London Paddington: 15.11
We will give you directions in the welcome letter once you book. The retreat 40 minutes from Abergavenny, 40 minutes from Hereford and 20 minutes from Builth Wells.
To do our bit for the environment we encourage car share with guests. Once you have booked onto the retreat we ask those of you who are driving to offer a seat for someone who may have otherwise traveled by train. This alleviates our carbon footprint and makes it more fun for everyone