The central building set in the 18 acres that is Trigonos is known as Plas Baladeulyn (the big house between two lakes). It was built as the home of one of the slate quarry owners and it remained a private home until its conversion into the Richard Wilson Arts Centre in the 1980’s named after the artist who had painted a picture of the valley in 1776.
The landscape is extraordinary not just for the stunning view of the Snowdon range, but also because when you turn your back on that view, you see the equally-but-differently stunning image of dark grey slate tips that are so characteristic of a landscape profoundly affected by the industrial revolution. This is not just a place between two lakes, it is a place between two worlds!
There are 23 bedrooms providing accommodation for 32 people. The rooms are singles (14) and twins (7) plus two doubles. Fifteen are en-suite and 8 are non-en suite. All are comfortable, uncluttered and simply furnished. They are kept warm in cooler times with the help of their eco-friendly biomass heating system.
The food is vegan and is of such quality that even dedicated meat eaters can be fully satisfied by it. This is achieved because the owners understand that if you are not naturally a vegetarian being faced with a meatless diet can seem daunting.
The chefs are skilled at creating really tasty, readily digestible dishes that are always freshly cooked and nutritious. The emphasis is on fresh and seasonal produce, using home-grown whenever this is possible.
They are also very experienced in creatively meeting a wide range of essential dietary needs including vegan, gluten-free and many others relating to significant health issues such food allergies, coeliac disease etc.
You will serve yourselves from a buffet-style table, ensuring you get what you like and the quantity you want. No one need ever go hungry.
In season they grow a variety of vegetables, fruits and salad stuffs for the table. Their produce is grown without the use of herbicides, insecticides or artificial fertilisers. When there is a glut they make jams and chutneys that are used on the table and are sold in the onsite small shop which make great gifts to take home.
The Yoga and Meditation sessions will be taught by Cat and Sabina and will include fun Activations, Energy Block Releases, Flowing Sequences, Pranayama, Deep Relaxations, Prana Kriyas, Meditation and Spiritual Guidance.
4 nights accommodation with choices of single or twin rooms.
All home cooked GF vegan meals and drinks.
Nurturing Dru Yoga sessions to help you relax, de-stress and revitalise.
Relaxations and enough spare time to read your favourite book or just be.
The rejuvenating power of meditation and deep relaxation
Guided walks in stunning scenery.
Special treats like Vegan cookery session, Huichol fire ceremony, Gong Bath.
Prices start at £520 inclusive of all meals, accommodation and tuition with all the added extra touches thrown in too.
A non-refundable deposit of £100 is required to secure your booking. The balance may then be paid in instalments or the full amount will become due by the 17th of July 2020. Once payments are made they are non-refundable if you cancel, unless we are able to find someone to take your place in which case a refund will be made minus your original deposit.
To book with a payment plan click here, choose a room you would like and then it will give you the option to pay the deposit. After that you can chose your own amount for repayments of the remainder of the price.
Single room £616
Twin room £592 per person
Double room £592 per person
Not en suite:
Single room £560
Twin room £520 per person
£100 deposit to secure your place
For local residents there is a special non residential rate of £200 for the 3 full days 21st - 23rd which includes all tuition and lunches.