"Fabulous find. Very relaxed place. The service was excellent, genuinely friendly and helpful. Would definitely visit again." Claire Henderson. More reviews.
|Location||Two Bridges Road, Princetown, Dartmoor, Devon PL20 6SA|
|Prices||From £120 to £550pp fb, depending on the room category and the chosen retreat|
|Ideal for||Yoga - Meditation - Massages - Wellness - Healing - Detox - Vegan - Vegetarian - Solo travellers|
|Contact||> For dates see their website
> Ring UK 01822 890 403
Prince Hall Country House is set in the heart of the beautifully Dartmoor countryside. It offers a home away from home with all the luxurious comforts of a country house, including a log fire. Enjoy stunning views of open moorlands. Come for wellness and yoga retreats to recharge.
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Stay in a peaceful area surrounded by moors. The wildlife is remarkable, with wild ponies, badgers, foxes, buzzards, lark, plover, curlew, snipe, and heron; sheep and cattle also roam free. Covering 368 square miles of great natural beauty the scenery in the park ranges from deep wooded valleys and patchwork fields to the rugged splendour of the tors and open moors rising to over 2,000 ft above sea level.
Get there by train: The nearest national network railway station is at Plymouth. Other nearby train stations are Totnes, Newton Abbot, or Exeter.
Nearest airports: Exeter is approximately 30 miles away and has an international airport. Bristol is approximately 100 miles away.
You and Your Dog Retreat, 6-8 March 2020
Hosted by human and animal healer Rachel Bolton this retreat isn’t just dog-friendly, it is all about your dog and the relationship that you share.
With over 20 years of healing experience, Rachel will be leading healing circles, nature walks to highly energetic locations and meditation sessions to help raise the frequency of you and your dog. She will also be sharing how to feed your dog in a natural way and introducing you to the basics of healing and the chakra system.
£1150 per person including 1 dog, £900 for a second person sharing a room including a second dog, full board.
Spring Equinox, 19-22 March 2020
A nourishing nature-filled weekend on Dartmoor celebrating the spring equinox with:
Daily walks on Dartmoor
Twice daily yoga & meditation (Hatha/restorative/yin)
Relaxation; yoga Nidra and sound healing
Mantra singing circles/kirtan
Delicious vegan food
Massage (enquire upon booking)
£450 per person (residential), £225 per person (non-residential)
Price: Prices start from £120 to £550pp, depending on the chosen retreat and room category, with full board and half board options. Massage treatments can be booked separately on location.
For more details or to check availability see above links, or phone.
There are nine large uniquely decorated en-suite bedrooms on the first and second floors, with glorious views of the moorland, tree-lined drive view or courtyard.
There is a bistro bar area, dining room, and a lounge with large plump sofas and log fire.
Food: Providing freshly prepared home-cooked meals. Vegan and vegetarian food is offered. Most dietary requirements can be catered for, with advance notice upon booking.
Children are welcome. A couple of travel cots are available. There is no set children's menu but meal sizes can be adapted.
What can I do?
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How ethical is the holiday?
- Acts with respect, honesty and fairness towards guests and staff
- Fosters real relationships between guests and locals and ensures that the local community benefits
- Supports Macmillan Charity.
How environmentally-friendly is the holiday?
- Provides info on how to arrive by public transport
- Collects rainwater for use in gardens and uses water-saving devices
- Recycles all recyclable waste
- Composts organic waste
"Fabulous find! Very relaxed place in beautiful surroundings with wonderful views of the moor. The service was excellent, genuinely friendly and helpful. Breakfast was very good. Would definitely visit again." Claire Henderson
"Gorgeous country house. Staying at Prince Hall is like being in the country house of posh friends.
Its ambience exudes comfort and friendliness, and it's an oasis of peace and calm, away from the more touristy places abundant on Dartmoor. The views are fabulous, the cream tea the best I have ever had, and the food simply delicious. It's not at all pretentious and has a loved and lived-in feel with dogs running around. I loved its quiet charm and will definitely be back.” Liz Matthews
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