Well being retreat in Lincolnshire
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Description of Well being retreat in Lincolnshire
2022: 8 Apr, 15 Apr, 22 Apr, 29 Apr, 6 May, 13 May, 20 May, 27 May, 3 Jun, 10 Jun, 17 Jun, 24 Jun, 1 Jul, 8 Jul, 15 Jul, 22 Jul, 29 Jul, 5 Aug, 12 Aug, 19 Aug, 26 Aug, 2 Sep, 9 Sep, 16 Sep, 23 Sep, 30 Sep, 7 Oct, 14 Oct, 21 Oct
We cater for both vegetarians and vegans.
1 Reviews of Well being retreat in Lincolnshire
5 out of 5 stars
Reviewed on 10 Aug 2021 by Geoffrey Smith
1. What was the most memorable or exciting part of your holiday?
The massages and friendliness of the hosts.
2. What tips would you give other travellers booking this holiday?
Embrace the experience.
3. Did you feel that your holiday benefited local people, reduced environmental impacts or supported conservation?
Good local produce and friendly locals.
4. Finally, how would you rate your holiday overall?
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PlanetThere are plenty of opportunities to watch red kites flying over the fields and hear the larks trilling from the background. Hares race around in the spring and Red Deer bound along between fields. In summer Butterflies and Moths frequent the blossoms in the field. We ask our guests to respect their habitat and tread lightly, keeping noise to a minimum.
We ask all guests to use our recycling bins. We use refillable hand wash, and eco clothes wash partnering Faith in Nature who recycle their 5L plastic through freepost. Our electricity comes for PV cells on the roof of the yoga dojo and hot water is solar boosted. For our campfires we used local dry wood harvested within a 3 mile radius which we collect ourselves during the winter months.
Our yoga dojo has underfloor heating which efficiently keeps people warm in autumn and spring months and is supplemented by electric convection powered by the solar panels.
We grow much of our own summer vegetables and autumn fruits without the use of pesticide, reducing packaging and food miles. One delivery per month of dry goods comes from a wholesale supplier and this is largely of organic quality. Bicycles or walking are used to visit the local community shop for any extra requirements. In the spring vegetable deliveries come from a local organic supplier.
We collect rainwater for the plants and animals and encourage strip wash or shower. All drinking water is cleaned using reverse osmosis and is available for guests.