Camelot is a nurturing holistic retreat centre where you can relax and feel at home, loved and welcome. It is set in a peaceful location with stunning views of the tor and meadows yet within easy walking distance to all the diverse attractions Glastonbury has to offer.
As it is your home during your stay you have full use of the house which consists of a wonderful Meditation Room full of crystals from around the world and a life-sized statue of Quan Yin, chinese goddess of mercy and compassion; a Television lounge with DVD player and a large library of spiritual DVDs and books for you to enjoy. A kitchen is also available at any time if you wish to prepare or cook other meals, which has been rated 5 (Top Marks!) for food hygiene rating by Food Standards Agency.
As we are a retreat guest house breakfast is buffet style, you serve yourself at a time that suits you. If you wish to cook eggs you may do so, and if there are favourite foods you enjoy they can be obtained with prior notice.
There is a beautiful garden with pond if you wish to relax and meditate with only the sound of birdsong, pure heaven, no traffic!
Camelot is vegetarian and non-smoking, also no alcohol to be consumed on the premises please.
Relax, refresh, revitalise at Camelot Retreat B&B in magical Glastonbury.
Comfortable accommodation in a house with views over the Vale of Avalon. Tranquil location and only a few minutes walk to Glastonbury Tor, Abbey, Chalice Well, shops and restaurants.
Whilst there is plenty to do nearby with Clarks Shopping Village, the Cathedral City of Wells, Bath, Cheddar Gorge, Wookey Hole, Stonehenge, Avebury, Exmoor, Bristol Airport, Millfield School and the coast are all within easy reach.
The house itself is very special as it is built on ley lines and holds a very high frequency. People leave feeling and looking visibly different, and that their life has been enhanced and changed in an extremely spiritual way.
Enjoy your stay and I look forward to welcoming you.
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This page was last updated: 01 August 2013