Kilcreggan House

Our hall

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A place to simply be in

The hall was our first renovation project when we moved in. In fact, we were still cleaning and polishing the new oak floor as the participants of the first yoga workshop were coming through the door! We aimed to have sufficient reverence and respect for the space so that it is easy to hold intention and stillness when needed.

The hall will comfortably accommodate 30 yoga practitioners or dancers, or 60 singers. There are also additional spaces in the house for smaller workshops, break-outs or seminars.

 
 
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Food

“With food we share and communicate our emotions, so that eating is also an act of sharing.” Jeong Kwan, Buddhist monk and cook

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Vegetarian and vegan food

Our ambition is to source, prepare and eat in a way that is kind to ourselves and the planet. This means we cook vegetarian food and use local, organic produce wherever possible. We work with a number of chefs and are happy to discuss and adapt to requirements wherever possible.

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Cook for yourselves

We have all the pots, pans, glasses and plates you need if your plan is to self-cater. There is a dishwasher, six-hob cooker, fridges and freezer. The kitchen is in the west wing directly next to the dining room for easy access.

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Dining room

We`ve designed this room so it can move between an intimate formal dining space for celebrations and a more relaxed style canteen to feed the starving masses, of up to 50. There is an open fire place for the cooler evenings and an alcove to enjoy the summer ones.