Social and environmental sustainability are extremely important to us at Gorslwyd . We are working hard to make our business more eco-friendly, and we promote environmental good practice wherever we can. We need your help in this ! We can all reduce our impact on the environment by making choices. As a visitor you have a very important role to play in helping us to conserve our surroundings and to become a more sustainable destination. Here are our recommended tips on how you can help preserve the things that makes Ceredigion and Pembrokeshire such special destinations:
Following an intensive one year course , Jenni is now a qualified sound healer .
We are privileged to have the only full set of planet gongs in Wales and offer regular all night gong pujas
This is it laid out in our new workshop space , just ready for someone to walk it ...
Watch out for a couple of Labyrinth weekend workshops coming up , or get in touch if you want to bring a group to experience the wonders of this spiritual tool.
We can accomodate 20 people in single rooms or 40 if they are happy to share
Right now, more than 50% of hospital beds in developing countries are filled with people who have an illness caused by poor sanitation or dirty water
As we have gone to great expense to build two more loos on the Gorslwyd premises , we thought we should twin at least one of them - so we did ... now we have a total of 17 toilets twinned . The monies from the machines in the laundry and selling our eggs will go towards providing another loo for a community somewhere in the world
2.5 billion people – that's 40% of the world's population – don’t have somewhere safe, clean and hygienic to go to the loo.
This part of Wales has very low light pollution . This means dramatic skies on clear nights , ok the weather is unpredictable , but on average 1 in 3 or 4 nights are clear , and the result is breathtaking. We are impressed and overawed by the night skies here , especially from our secret garden .
The night sky is an amazing spectacle that 90 per cent of the population doesn't get to see," says Royal Observatory astronomer Marek Kukula. Astronomer Steve Owens agrees: "People have been looking at the night sky, telling stories, for the entirety of recorded human history. But when we moved into cities, we lost that deep connection with the universe."
Llwynhelyg Farm Shop is a "Food lovers paradise" which has won a host of awards , They sell homegrown potatoes and salad crops from the farm, complemented with seasonal fruit and veg , just a 5 minute drive from us on the main coast road at Sarnau, Ceredigion, SA44 6QU Opening Hours are Monday – Saturday 9.00am - 6.00pm ,Sunday & Bank Holidays 9.30am - 1pm
At the top of the road is the local butchers , fine quality meat available all day on Tuesdays , Thursdays , Fridays and Saturdays , together with veggies , pies and eggs