In an often disconnected world, this weekend is an opportunity to re-connect with the natural world,
with like minded people, and most importantly with your Self;
a wonderful opportunity to relax your mind, rejuvenate your body, and reawaken your spirit.
You will enjoy both dynamic and relaxing yoga classes and meditation
as well as transformative Shaking practices and ritual ceremony.
NEW 2021 DATES COMING
Sample Itinerary (subject to change as we adapt to the group and environment)
4pm onwards: Arrivals. Make yourself at home, explore the space
6pm Welcome Circle
7pm: Organic, Plant-based Dinner
8pm: Evening Yin & Yoga Nidra
8-10 am: Heart Opening Vinyasa Practice
10 am: Brunch
11am: Free time for walking, exploring, reading or a massage
3pm Cacao ceremony & Breath-work
4pm Shaking medicine
7pm: Light Dinner
8pm: Journalling / Conscious listening
Fire Ceremony & Evening Meditation
9am-11am: Morning Vinyasa Practice & Pranayama
11:30 Silent Walk (Grounding)
1pm: Organic, Plant-based Lunch for the road
2pm Closing circle
Pricing & Booking
You can reserve your space now with a 50% deposit. Early Birds who pay the full price before 20 March 2020 receive a 10% discount.
Please read the Retreat Terms and Conditions before booking your spot.
Prices below are per person, including all yoga, meditation, workshops, accommodation & hoe made organic plant based food:
Not included: Travel to and from the venue or Massage Treatments which can be booked in advance.
£495 - Luxe Dorm : Partitioned Triple w adjacent bathroom w/ standalone bath
£575 - Shared twin room w. shared bathroom / shower room
£625 - Single occupancy double rooms w shared bathroom, in the newly appointed Swallows Nest
£625 - Shared twin ensuite rooms in Deer's Cottage
£725 - Single occupancy double bedrooms with ensuite
£725 - King bedroom w. shared bathroom
£850 / £650 - Master Suite w. walk-in closet, sofa & view of the 42 Acres landscape. Large ensuite w/ standalone bath & walk in shower (Single / Double occupancy)
View rooms here: https://42acressomerset.com/place/#rooms
42 ACRES RETREAT 26 - 28 June 2020
42 Acres Somerset
Witham Friary, Frome
Somerset BA11 5HL
By Train & Nearest Stations
Trains leave from Waterloo at the following times to Gillingham:
Friday 15:20, arriving at 17:16
To return to London on Sunday we suggest the following train:
Gillingham 14:54, arriving at London Waterloo 17:02
Gillingham (Dorset) 17 mins by car
Frome 19 mins by car
Castle Cary 24 mins by car
Westbury 33 mins by car
Taxis from the station
Gillingham Cars - 01747 850 385
Castle Cary Taxis - 01963 351 333
Desination Travel - 01963 351 168
From Witham Friary
42 Acres is located about 4km from the village of Witham Friary.
The postcode BA11 5HL takes you to Holt Farm which is 2km away.
From Holt Farm continue along Dark Lane and after about 1km you’ll pass a house and Arabian Stud Farm on your right.
After 0.5 km you’ll see a red brick house (Holt Cottage) on the right.
Immediately in front of the house is a right turn, signposted to 42 Acres.
Follow the track for 0.5km and you’ll arrive at 42 Acres.
From the London (A303) or Gillingham Station:
Driving time from London approx 2.5hrs.
42 Acres is located about 4km from the village of Kilmington, if travelling from the A303 or Gillingham train station you will pass through Kilmington.
Once past the village continue for 1.5km and you will reach a cross roads, go straight across and follow the winding road downhill through the woods.
Once through the woods, continue for 150-200m, you will pass a farm track on your left, signposted Sweetnap Farm, followed by a small terrace of cottages on your right.
Continue for about 300m to the bottom of the hill where you’ll see a red brick house on your left.
The road starts to climb uphill and immediately after the red brick house there is a turning to the left and you’ll see a sign for 42 Acres.
Turn left and follow the track for 0.5km until you arrive at 42 Acres.
Please note the postcode BA11 5HL will take you to Holt Farm which is 2km past 42 Acres. If this happens please follow the directions from Witham Friary.