Land and Climate Retreat Hire

In 2024 we are offering majorly subsidised retreat centre rental for groups who are organising for climate and/or land justice! 

You don’t have to be an established organisation (you could be a group of friends!) and retreats do not need to have structured programming – you can apply to use the space for rest or connecting with nature or anything you like. 

We offer

  • We can host groups from 5 – 20 people overnight in up to 5 en-suite bedrooms with bunk beds (see photos below) for 1-2 night stays
  • We have a beautiful spacious conservatory and a commercial kitchen for self-catering (no meat)
  • The guest house sits on 7 acres of land, which includes a no-dig market garden, a forest garden and a small woodland.
  • We can offer you a tour of the site and an introduction to what we do at Sadeh

 

We ask

  • Cost: We will only charge for cleaning which is £250 in total.
  • We’d ask you to run something for the few folks who live on site, or let us sit in on one of your sessions/workshops. 
  • We’d love to get a testimonial after your stay and share any photos you take 🙂

 

We will open applications for summer retreats in the spring. We will get back to you with a decision and more info about our space within two weeks of your application. Feel free to email any questions to info@sadehfarm.co.uk. Accessibility info can be found here.

Testimonials:

  • “I recently had the valuable opportunity to stay at Sadeh as part of a week-long silent meditation retreat. It not only offered a comfortable, supportive, stunningly beautiful, and nourishing environment in which to participate in my retreat, but during my stay the experience of community and purpose were palpable. I was able to observe the care in which all parts of the grounds were kept, and the sense of service which Sadeh as a collective offered to the wider community. I was particularly struck by both the sense of inclusivity and responsibility of those living at the farm, and it was warming to see volunteers from a refreshingly diverse range of backgrounds contribute in service to such a richness of collective community. On one day during my stay, the farm was visited by a large group of schoolchildren who, whilst certainly lively, were clearly full of such joy, appreciation and exuberance at having the opportunity to celebrate in a natural open green space full of flowers, which must have been such a welcome change from the cocoon of the classroom environment. Their joy was tangible. As a community leader myself, and the chair of an Interfaith organisation, those qualities of inclusivity, interconnection, responsibility for nature and community service certainly left an impression on me, and I very much look forward to visiting Sadeh again in the future.”
  • “Sadeh is a little slice of calm! It was a delight to have the space to talk, learn, share, and write. Though relatively close to London, the farm feels surprisingly remote, with beautiful countryside on all sides.”
  • “Sadeh provided the perfect venue for our writing retreat. The six writers we assembled felt relaxed welcomed on the beautiful grounds and inspired by the people and projects at Sadeh. Among the things I appreciated most was the unique spirit of Sadeh as a land-based community, a spirit which bubbles up from the place and is at once purposeful and laid back, creative and practical, visionary and earthy. During our time at Sadeh, we the assembled writers could drink in its nourishment to enrich our imaginative adventures, and I daresay we benefited a great deal. We’d gladly return!”