Quiet Days at Treargel are a great way to find some space, enjoy the peace, and take time out. We aim to create a space that is quiet and safe enough for you to wrestle with things you may be struggling with, or simply just to rest in quiet.
Find out here about our various different themed Quiet Days and how to book in.
10-4pm, Light lunch and refreshments are included.
There's no set fee, but a suggested donation of £20 each to cover costs, 'in kind' offers will be considered and we have access to a Bursary. So don't be shy if finances are an issue. Guests staying overnight are welcome to join in, with discounts available if we can use their living room for the day (especially if raining).
Though we at Treargel have a Christian faith, these days are open to anyone on a reflective journey. This is not a teaching day, but we will provide promptings for your own private contemplation. These themes are just suggestions, if you prefer to follow your own programme feel free, we won’t be checking your homework ;) There will be a time of listening at the end for those that wish to share with others.
We will meet in our large lounge and dining room. Then spread out around the various lounges, library, gardens, labyrinth, Hermitage, and Coastal path. Some of these areas may not be suitable for those with mobility issues.
Canceled from March due to lockdown
We will resume in September, hopefully with some of our postponed guests speakers
January Friday 24th
Declutter your life
We like to tidy our homes, but what about our lives?
This Quiet Day will look at what sparks joy in your life and how to fit more joy in.
February Thursday 13th
Where and to whom do we belong?
March Wednesday 11th
Treargel - the home of retreat
Refuge, safety, rest - what does retreating look like for you and how can you build it into your life?
April Thursday 23rd
"Safe?" said Mr Beaver ..."Who said anything about safe? 'Course he isn't safe. But he's good.' CS Lewis
Led by Sara and Barney Barron
May Saturday 2nd
Here is an opportunity to rest, relax and reflect together; time to be still and
consider what God may reveal to us through his creation.
Led by Andrew Hill
June Thursday 4th
Finding stability in times of change
At a time when change is often feared, stability can be elusive, and busyness interferes with listening to God, this quiet day offers an opportunity for space and reflection.
Led by Jane and Richard Frost
Quiet Days by yourself
Where you can take your own time to reflect. This could be in the garden, library, chapel, Hermitage (if available) or walking the labyrinth or Coastal Path. Bring your own packed lunch or join Naomi and Martyn for a simple meal. With access to hot drinks and a microwave. Donations gratefully received.
DIY Quiet day
Individually Guided Quiet Day. This day would include 2 half-hour sessions at the beginning and end with a guide to listen and help steer you in the right direction. A suggested donation of £15.