Room Allocation Policy

One of the most important aspects of planning a retreat is deciding how to allocate rooms for the participants.

In this blog post, we will explain our room allocation policy and answer some frequently asked questions.


Our policy is based on the principle of 'first come, first served'.

This means that the earlier you book your spot for the retreat, the more likely you are to get your preferred room type. We have a limited number of rooms available, so we encourage you to book as soon as possible.


We also want to make our retreats accessible and affordable for everyone. That's why we automatically assign you a shared room with another participant of the same gender.

Sharing a room is a great way to make new friends and save money on accommodation costs.


However, we understand that some people may prefer to have more privacy or comfort. If you have a specific person that you want to share a room with, please let us know when you book your spot and we will try our best to accommodate your request. 


If this is your first time attending a retreat, we want to make you feel welcome and comfortable. If you would rather have a single room, please let us know and we will try to arrange it for you.

However, please note that single rooms are subject to availability and may incur an extra charge.


Disabled Rooms

We are committed to making our retreats inclusive and accessible for everyone. If you have a disability or special needs that require a specific room type, please indicate this on the booking form and we will do our best to provide it for you. We have a number of disabled rooms to make your stay comfortable and safe.

If you have any further queries or concerns, please feel free to contact us at any time.


We look forward to seeing you at our next retreat!

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