Retreat costs include all meals and selected beverages and snacks from supper at 6 pm on the start day until lunch on the last day. If you would like to arrive for lunch on the first day, please book with the office at least 2 days before arrival – there will be a charge of R150.
- Breakfast consists of a staple of cereals, bread or toast, porridge, yoghurt, eggs, and fruit. (served from 7 to 8:30 am, depending on retreat schedule).
- Lunch is based on rice/pasta/other starches, veggie dishes, salads, and dessert (usually served at 1 pm)
- Supper is a light meal of soup, bread, and salad (usually served from 6 pm).
We endeavour to cater for vegan or gluten-free diets. Please indicate your requirements on your booking form. Please also note any allergies such as peanuts.
If you have particular dietary needs, please let us know at least a week before arriving, and consider bringing your own supplies with you and discussing your needs with our retreat manager – we will do our best to assist you.
We have various teas and instant coffee, cold water, and juice concentrate available for self-service throughout the day in the dining area.
We do provide dairy milk, as well as a dairy alternative (usually soy). If you require any other type of dairy-fee milk, please bring it with you.
We do have French presses available for use – you are welcome to bring your own ground coffee.
Fruit, biscuits, and rusks are available throughout the day in the service area of the dining area.
Guests are requested to wash their own cups, glasses, plates, and cutlery, and to place them in the drying rack. Washing-up facilities consist of a container for scraps, a pre-rinse basin, a wash basin, and a rinse basin. Please bring mugs back to the dining area after use, and wash them.
There is a “Snack Attack” facility in the kitchen of the Main House for those in-between times, stocked with chocolates, crisps/chips, and other sweets – payment is on an honesty system.
We request that you do not bring alcohol on site unless it is specifically allowed for individual retreats. In that case, alcohol may only be consumed around the fire pit in the evenings. Please be considerate towards the other guests, who may be in recovery, or may have taken vows, and do not drink at the dining area or during meals. Please also take all bottles back with you when you leave.