The Yoga House, Glandŵr, Tresaith
The Yoga House, Glandŵr, Tresaith
The Yoga House
The Yoga House
Glandŵr sits in the middle of tranquil nature a stone’s throw from the Ceredigion coast
The Yoga House
The Yoga House
Stunning aspects facing both coast and countryside
The Yoga House
The Yoga House
Nestled in 5 acres of woodland and lawns
Tresaith
Tresaith
Tresaith is a small coastal village with a magnificent sandy beach
Tresaith
Tresaith
Popular during the holiday season, the beach is virtually empty at all other times
Tresaith
Tresaith
Golden sands, blue seas, and breathtakingly wide horizons
Tresaith
Tresaith
A beach which boasts its own cascading waterfall
The Yoga House studio
The Yoga House studio
Our 6.5m x 5m yoga studio on a wood sprung-floor can comfortably accommodate up to 10 students and instructor
The Yoga House studio
The Yoga House studio
Plenty of room for various configurations, bathed in sunlight
The Yoga House studio
The Yoga House studio
The Yoga House studio
The Yoga House studio
The Yoga House kitchen
The Yoga House kitchen
An airy 9m long kitchen can accommodate all 12 guests in one sitting
The Yoga House kitchen
The Yoga House kitchen
The Yoga House kitchen
The Yoga House kitchen
For the preparation of meals and communal gathering
The Yoga House lounge
The Yoga House lounge
Adjacent to the kitchen, the first of two lounges for unwinding and cwtshing up to the fire
The Yoga House Red Lounge
The Yoga House Red Lounge
Next to the Studio, the Red Lounge is an intimate space for gathering
The Yoga House hallway
The Yoga House hallway
Leading to upstairs bedrooms
Bedroom 1 : Nash
Bedroom 1 : Nash
Named for John Nash, the Regency architect who reputedly designed Glandŵr, this bedroom boasts a superking size four-poster bed, and an en suite bathroom
Bedroom 1 : Nash
Bedroom 1 : Nash
Bedroom 1’s contemporary en-suite bathroom is bathed in natural light from a full-length skylight above
Bedroom 1 : Nash
Bedroom 1 : Nash
Each rear bathroom features its own stunning skylight
Bedroom 2 : Lloyd-Williams
Bedroom 2 : Lloyd-Williams
Named for John Lloyd-Williams who built Glandŵr in 1809, bedroom 2 is a twin double-bed bedroom with its own en-suite bathroom
Bedroom 2 : Lloyd-Williams
Bedroom 2 : Lloyd-Williams
With its amazing skylight and exposed stone wall, the Lloyd-Williams en-suite oozes contemporary style
Bedroom 3 : Raine
Bedroom 3 : Raine
Named for authoress Allen Raine who lived at Glandŵr at the end of the 19th century, bedroom 3 is a double aspect room with king-size bed
The White Bathroom
The White Bathroom
This is a stunning split-level bathroom, with separate bath and shower, with sunlight bathing the space with a natural glow. We suggest it’s used by the occupant of Bedroom 3 and the retreat instructor in the Teacher’s Room
The White Bathroom
The White Bathroom
Lower level with full-sized bath and walk-in shower
Bedroom 5 : Penbryn
Bedroom 5 : Penbryn
The Penbryn room, named after the local parish and famous beach, is a twin bedroom
Bedroom 6 : Corbalengi
Bedroom 6 : Corbalengi
This is a double bedroom, named after the 6th century Corbalengi standing stone just outside Tresaith
Bedroom 7 : Saith
Bedroom 7 : Saith
Bedroom 7 is a double-aspect twin bedroom, named after the river Saith which runs along Glandŵr’s boundary. In a flash of inspiration, bedroom 7 was named Saith because in Welsh, ‘saith’ also means ‘seven’!
The Black Bathroom
The Black Bathroom
The designer Black Bathroom sits adjacent to bedrroms 5, 6 and 7 and is shared by the occupants of those rooms

Yoga House Wales

Glandŵr, Tresaith, Ceredigion SA43 2JH, Wales

01239 811442