A 16th century venue set amidst 7 acres of beautiful Kent countryside.
Rooted in Jewish values, Sadeh cultivates community, grows food, and sows the seeds of change.
We take a regenerative approach to land management from our focus on biodiversity to our no dig vegetable beds, our meadows, woodland areas and our aim to continually improve our soil.
Run your own retreat, family holiday or work event in our 16th Century house or come to one of our events and volunteering opportunities.
From week long trips for schools to mini sow your own veggies workshops, pickle making and foraging, we run a variety of educational activities.
Rent our retreat centre
Play on the zip wire, sing by the camp fire, learn how to sow and grow your own veggies, pickle with our fermenting expert and get involved with the many other activities we have to offer at Sadeh. See our what our guests say on our testimonials page.
Regeneration and biodiversity
We are currently developing our community science projects. This includes surveying species onsite from plant to insect to mammal in the different habitat areas at Sadeh. This helps to demonstrate how regenerative land practices can develop biodiversity and improve planetary health which is at the core of what we do.
Chill out in the willow dome
Surround yourself in the beautiful Kent countryside and relax!
Get involved with our volunteer programme or come to one of our events.
These photos were taken by our Artist – in – Residence Zoe Atiko and our Photographer/Carpenter – sometimes in – Residence Alon Freiberger. We have a range of volunteering work from painting to planting but no experience is necessary.
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Sadeh is committed to fair working conditions.