Walking a labyrinth is an ancient practice used during many different spiritual and meditational practices
A Chartres Labyrinth is a walking meditation tool, not to be confused with a maze. A maze is an intricate network of passages deliberately designed to cause confusion. In contrast, a labyrinth is an easy to follow spiraling design, leading to and from the center. Walking a labyrinth is relaxing and often stimulates creativity, and improves concentration. The Highcroft Labyrinth is used as a meditation tool in our Healing Modalities and Workshops, but can also be booked for private events like weddings, photo shoots, corporate events and more.
Has a semi-circular seating wall for spectators
Comfortably accommodates up to 70 guests
History of the Highcroft Labyrinth
The inspiration for the Highcroft Labyrinth came from an amazing experience that our Matron, Elaine Whitman, had while walking a labyrinth in Barberton many moons ago.
The meditation room is part of an ancient ruin that is held in place by a magnificent tree. This truly amazing tree has held this building in its arms for over 100 years, and continues to connect all who sit at its feet, to Mother Earth. It whispers the secrets of the Universe to all who listen. The meditation room is the ideal venue for an intimate wedding, spiritual or meditation workshop or private event.
Our chalets are simple, practical and comfortable with beautiful views of the valleys and beyond. Nestled between the trees and frequented by various birds and small animals, these chalets are ideal for relaxing and enjoying the beauty of the natural surroundings. Each chalet can sleep 2 to 4 guests sharing or with own shower toilet and basin. Chalets can be booked for regular holiday staying, overnights or for group events like camps, workshops or as part of a wedding package.
Includes a light breakfast. Additional or special meals can be arranged.
Group bookings can sleep up to 23 guests in all the chalets