10 double rooms (as private or shared). 2 Remaining.
Each room has an en-suite toilet and sink. There are two showers at either end of the building. The rooms are all individually heated with electric heaters which are controlled by the guest. There are also two showers in the dome, with the hot tub and another in the main house along with an indoor bath tub.
Private: $1650 (paid in full) $1850 (installments)
Couple (or two people): $2500
The Ecoyoga Centre’s bothy was an orginial Scottish bothy. These are scattered around the Scottish countryside, mainly for walkers. If you get lost amongst the hills you can find a bothy for shelter for the night.
The Ecoyoga Centre has converted theirs so it has under floor heating and is light, spacious and modern. It has three double bedrooms inside all sharing a toilet and basin. The dome is right outside so only a short dash to the hot tub and showers too.
The front room is a family room, with a ladder and a children bed up in a ‘nook’. It has a large sofa and living space. The bothy can be sleep up to 7 people, three double beds and a single bed. You choose this whole space as a group for the retreat, or as individual guests. It is warm and homey and even has solar panels on the roof for capturing extra electricity.
The state of the art yurt is an all year round yurt, made by the same material that NASA insulate their space rockets with. It is warm and cozy, even in winter. There are three single artisan beds, each with a curtain for privacy.
It comes complete with its own little lounge area with a sofa and a lamp for reading. It has oil radiators and gets really toasty and snug inside. There is no toilet inside the yurt for hygine and odour reasons, but there is a toilet just a short dash away and the showers are in the dome with the hot tub which is right out front.
Each Space: $1500
All food is organic wherever possible, locally sourced, and made from scratch. The menu has been inspired by the founder’s love of middle eastern cuisine and spices also with added input from our experienced and knowledgeable chefs. The brunch menu has a typical middle Eastern touch, with hummus and babaganoush, home made pita’s and delicious olives and salads.
Our morning practice will be followed by a big brunch. We then have soup and artisan bread in the workshop, we do a fairly light lunch (we will have occasional lunches to go), followed by dinner at around 6.30pm. All meals are included.