We have private single rooms, twin rooms,
and triple rooms. You can either book a room privately for yourself, share a private room with a friend or two, or
share a room with others on the same retreat.
On some retreats accommodation may
be shared with other attendees. If you're not used to this, don't worry! This is part of the retreat
experience and helps to create a large family atmosphere. Also, you won't be spending so much time in your
room anyhow - the retreat is so packed with events, exotic experiences and friendly interactions, that you hit
the pillow tired at night, and then the next morning you jump out of bed and are out walking or jogging
through the countrside by the shores of Upper Lough Erne, hearing the morning chorus of the
Photos of Guest
Above: Ashoka Guest
Above: Champaka Guest Room
Above: Padma Guest Room
Above: Parijata Guest
Above: Kadamba Guest Room
All food is vegetarian and extremely tasty, cooked with love by Carmen
McEvitt. Meals are prepared fresh on the day. If you have a vegan or a gluten-free diet, or have other dietary
considerations, please let us know so we can cater for you.
The food is a combination of Indian vegetarian (e.g. samosas, curries,
basmati rice, etc, etc.) and 'Western' vegetarian (e.g. pizza, salads, pasta, soups, etc). In case you're not so
familiar with the cuisine of India and you think 'spicy' means hot with chillies you can look forward
to many nice experiences on your retreat. Remember: when Europeans first started going to India about 500 years
ago, one of the prime motivations was to trade in spices. Some probably picked up a few cooking tips as well -
maybe they were getting bored with meat and bread...
In case you're a yogi, Vaishnava or someone familiar with a 'sattvic'
diet, we don't use the following ingredients: onions, garlic, mushrooms, vinegar and alcohol. In Ayurveda these
ingredients may be prescribed for medicinal or other uses, but are not generally consumed by hatha or
bhakti yogis. If that sounds 'restrictive' then you might find you have a lot to learn about non-European
photos: (1) A cook in one of the
polytunnels where organic vegetables are grown (2) happy retreat guests in the dining room (pre-2012) (3)
a small selection of the spices we may use. Many spices aid digestion (and
general health and well being) in subtle ways. Images below: a few treats
cooked and photographed by the lovely Carmen McEvitt (pictured with a 'dinosaur' cake at the