It is really helpful for us when running courses if you book in advance.

If something comes up last minute, your deposit can be carried over to another event


The site is entirely off grid, for simple but elegant living:

There are natural waterfalls and fairytale bathing pools. Please do not use any chemical soap in the natural water.  


There is a cosy wood fire sauna, for more of a deeper cleanse.

Other than this, there is no No hot showers.

Beautiful fresh drinking water from the spring is accessible from various taps dotted around camp.

We have compost toilets that are private and secluded. 

We have solar panels rechargeable stations for phones and minor equipments, but no mains electricity.

Phone network and signal is sparse in the valley, although most people get signal up the hill in the car park.

How to get there

By car:

Full directions and travel details will be sent upon bookings.

Please respect our neighbours by driving carefully and closing the gates behind you, note that parking is only allowed in the designated area.
If you wish to bring a camper van to Cauldron of Plenty this is usually ok but please let us know.


Lift shares:

If you have a space in your car, or need a lift, please post a message on the Facebook page of the event you are attending.



If you are planning to take the train, please let us know,  it is often possible to be picked up, usual meet up time is at 6pm at Newtown train station.


Accommodation for SOME our workshops is in OUR Celtic roundhouses with open fires or solid timber yurts with wood stoves and polished wooden floors. Please check in advance if your workshop/event includes accommodation or you need to bring a tent/van. We also have separate women's lodge and men's lodge.

For additional private space:

You are also welcome to pitch your own tent on our meadow or park your camping van in the designated parking field.

NOTE: for Cauldron of Plenty, due to the amount of people on site, you need to bring your own tent or camper van.



Our kitchen serves delicious and wholesome meals, 3 times a day, as part of the ticket price for all events.

We provide and cook Vegetarian and Vegan food, with occasional meat options.

If you have allergies, we will do our best to accommodate, make your way to the kitchen upon arrival and let the cooks know about your requirements.

You are welcome to cook/eat your own food in your own tent/van or on an open campfire.

It's nice to bring a statch of your favourite snacks too

Essentials to bring

Your own bedding (sleeping bag, blankets and pillows). There are comfortable foam mattresses in our lodges.

Torches and batteries (it can get very dark at night!)

Insect repellant

Towels, bring a second one to sit in the sauna

Warm clothing


(Wellingtons are by far the most useful for crossing the valley’s many streams and for easy on and off, entering and leaving tents, walking boots\sturdy shoes are more recommended for mountain walks).

Rain proof clothing


(Depending on which events you are attending you will receive a detailed list of items to bring)

Meditation stool\cushion

Musical instruments

Note book

Ceremonial artifacts

Cloth and threads


Stylish and beautiful clothes (a must for Sacred Man:Sacred Woman, and The Cauldron of Plenty!)

Poems, stories and songs. Any other wild thing that your gut prompts you to bring; bring it!

For Cauldron of plenty:

BRING YOUR OWN TENT or camper van

(Due to the amount of people on site, there isn't enough room for you to stay in our lodges).

Prepare Yourself

Relax and take time for yourself leading up to your visit.

You are coming to a wild ancient place, bring your wild soul, your blanket (sleeping bag), your pilgrims boots (Wellies) and your spiritual panache (Ok your can work that one out when you get here).

You are welcome by our fire, it may have taken a journey of a thousand years to return to this ancient home; there is a place for you you, claim it!