The Yoga House at Glandŵr was built in 1809 as a seaside haven for the Lloyd-Williams family of Gwernant. It is a 200 year old Grade II listed country house in the village of Tresaith in south Ceredigion on the southern coast of Cardigan Bay.
The Yoga House is set in five acres of gardens and woodland, nestling in the valley of the bubbling river Saith, and is a stone’s throw from a glorious sandy beach and its splendid cliff-top waterfall. With pathways leading inland and along the coast, and stunning coastal views of west and north Wales, The Yoga House at Glandŵr Tresaith is an ideal location to retreat from the grind of daily life.
Owned and managed by Linda Ceri Jones – or Linda Premanandhi in yogic circles – Glandŵr can provide you with a tranquil location for both indoor and outdoor yoga practice.
Over the centuries various wings have been added to Glandŵr, which mean The Yoga House can now offer 7 bedrooms and 5 bathrooms, accommodating some 12 persons in various comfortable and stylish double, and twin combinations. We have a large 6.5m x 5m (22ft x 16ft), wood sprung-floor Yoga Room, and an exterior decking platform designed for practice. Our 9m (30ft) kitchen is spacious and airy and is a stunning area for dining. With a further 2 lounges equipped with log-buring stoves, a chill-out billiards room, plus wifi and hard-wire internet connectivity, and extensive grounds to enjoy, The Yoga House can cater to most precise needs.
The Yoga House at Glandŵr can be hired for a self-catering retreat, or Linda (also a qualified chef specialising in nutritious vegan and vegetarian food) can organise meals during your visit.
Contact Linda Ceri Jones
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01239 811442 firstname.lastname@example.org
The Yoga House at Glandŵr is in the small village of Tresaith on the west Wales coast of Ceredigion, overlooking Cardigan Bay and the Irish Sea.
Trains and buses. The nearest train stations are Carmarthen and Aberystwyth with their connections to the rest of Wales an beyond. Both stations are about 1 hour’s drive away by car.
There are bus connections from Carmarthen and Aberystwyth to our nearest market town, Cardigan, and thence from Cardigan to Tresaith.
By car from the south, take the M4 and A48 to Carmarthen, then follow the A484 to Cardigan. Bear northwards in Cardigan along the A487 for some 15 minutes, then the B4333 for Aberporth at the Gogerddan Junction. At Aberporth bear right for just over a mile, following signposts to Tresaith. You will descend a hill into Tresaith. Just before the bottom of the hill our driveway will be on the right, marked by a large sign for Glandŵr.
By car from the north, follow routes to Aberystwyth in mid Wales, then the A484 southwards to Cardigan via Aberaeron and Synod Inn. Ignore the first signpost for Tresaith, continue driving until the next major crossroads at Gogerddan Junction. At Gogerddan bear right to Aberporth along the B4333. At Aberporth bear right for just over a mile, following signposts to Tresaith. You will descend a hill into Tresaith. Just before the bottom of the hill our driveway will be on the right, marked by a large sign for Glandŵr.
For satnav, our postcode is SA43 2JH, GPS 52.131626, -4.512805
Distances by car:
Cardiff: 106 miles : 2 hours
Swansea: 70 miles : 1 hour
Carmarthen: 38 miles : 45 minutes
Aberystwyth: 35 miles : 1 hour
Bristol: 145 miles : 3 hours
London: 250 miles : 3.5 hours
Birmingham: 155 miles : 3 hours
Manchester: 170 miles : 3.5 hours
Glandŵr is a listed Georgian house, dating from 1809. Unfortunately this means access to and within the house may be restricted to some visitors, particularly visitors with reduced mobility.
1. Entrance: two curved narrow steps lead up to the front entrance door.
2. All downstairs rooms at Glandŵr are on the same level, except for a slight incline into the large Red Room, and a step down to the kitchen.
3. All bedrooms at Glandŵr are on the first floor. These can only be accessed via a curved staircase with original handrail which is not suited to support weight. There is no lift.
4. Three steps descend from the en suite bedrooms down to their respective bathrooms. Similarly, three steps descend from the top to the bottom half of the family bathroom. There are no handrails.
5. Fire escape routes from the bedrooms are restricted, and lead on to open ground on a bank.
6. Our doors and passageways vary in width; some may not be accessible for wheelchair users.
We’d be delighted to speak with you about your proposed visit and reservation at The Yoga House, and discuss your requirements further.
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