Eden Rise is a beautiful venue based in the countryside near Totnes, Devon and available for wellbeing-related events.
Through a generous gift, the Network of Wellbeing (NOW) has acquired Eden Rise, two converted barns in the lovely Devon countryside near Totnes. The property includes space for 17-20 people to sleep, a spacious kitchen/dining area, two large workshop spaces, underfloor heating throughout the building, enclosed courtyard garden, outdoor seating areas, fire circle, camping spaces and even a separate woodburning sauna facility!
NOW is keen to use Eden Rise to support wellbeing-related residential retreats. We are organising events ourselves, co-hosting wellbeing events with others and opening the venue for hire.
Eco-Practices: The building runs on solar and green energy suppliers, produces fresh filtered water from the on-site borehole, kept toasty by underfloor heating and uses sustainable products.
“Eden Rise is one of my favourite places to run workshops. The combination of the incredible location and beautiful interiors create the kind of homeliness that we would like to offer to our participants.” Ed Rooke (relationship coach)
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“Eden Rise really is a home away from home and provides a warm and spacious base for our team and youth residentials every year… when we stay, it feels like we are in the middle of nowhere, surrounded by lush greenery – which is just perfect for us.”
Max Price (Proud2Be CIC)
“Eden Rise provides a beautiful and relaxed atmosphere for whatever event you are running. It is set not far from Totnes but feels tucked away in the countryside and is a perfect place to retreat.” Isabelle Luterbacher (yoga teacher)
“I cannot recommend Eden Rise as a retreat venue highly enough… The staff are also excellent – there are caretakers on site and the management are very easy to deal with. I have run seven retreats there now and it feels like home.”
Ben Beaumont (breathwork teacher)
“Eden Rise is a great venue for retreats. It has been beautifully converted from two old barns, into a space that is friendly and welcoming. The practise room is large and warm with a wooden floor and the kitchen is beautiful and well equipped.”
Tristan Dorling (yoga teacher)