Druidism can be described as a shamanic religion, as it relied on a combination of contact with the spirit world and holistic medicines to treat (and sometimes cause) illnesses. They were said to have induced insanity in people and been accurate fortune tellers. Some of their knowledge of the earth and space may have come from megalithic times. Druidism is thought to have been a part of Celtic and Gaulish culture in Europe, with the first classical reference to them in the 2nd century BC.
Argyll Country House nestles on a hillside in seven acres of peaceful grounds on the west side of the Kintyre Peninsula in Argyll, easily accessible by air, boat or road. This impressive Victorian country house retains a wealth of period features and is set in mature gardens on the edge of the village of Clachan, one of the oldest settlements in Kintyre.
Argyll Country House has twelve en-suite bedrooms, an additional children’s play/bedroom, three large public rooms, a fully equipped country kitchen, a Victorian dining room and a cosy gun room bar with a wood burning stove. On arrival you will find the house warm with the fires and the stoves set. The rental includes all fuel, bed linen, towels and kitchen accessories together with a small selection of toiletries and cleaning materials. Hairdryers, tea making facilities and hot water bottles are in all rooms. Full laundry and ironing facilities are available for guests’ use.
A new conservatory room overlooking the garden leads straight onto the barbecue area and is a light, bright room in which to relax or enjoy games and activities including a 9′ pool table and the large mature garden has a fountain and also offers several options for strolling, relaxing and photo opportunities.
Argyll Country House nestles on a hillside in seven acres of peaceful grounds on the west side of the Kintyre Peninsula in Argyll, easily accessible by air, boat or road. This impressive baronial country house retains a wealth of period features and is set in mature gardens on the edge of the village of Clachan, one of the oldest settlements in Kintrye. The Kintyre Peninsula is an area of outstanding beauty. It is off the beaten track but only 1-1.5 hour’s drive from the tourist hot-spots of Inveraray and Oban. New visitors to Kintyre are often struck by the quiet roads and deserted beaches that offer a true “get away from it all” experience without having to travel hundreds of miles.
Six nights accommodation in gorgeous estate
Three daily meals
All meditation, classes and shamanic sessions with Jocelyn
Journal exercises, shadow work
Private sessions available upon request
An extra special surprise tour
Flights, transport to home, alcohol, meals out, excursions, travel insurance
Excursion options: Oban castles & Lochs tour, hiking & trekking, Glasgow & Edinburgh day trips, whiskey tours and more!
Double bed single room: $2800
Queen bed single room: $3100 (SOLD OUT)
Twin bed shared room: $2600
All payments are non refundable. $500 deposit
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