Visit

Ways to visit us ...

  • Afternoon at Carrowcrory - for 2 - 18 people
    book into a visiting group or retreat that visits us, or form your own group or retreat and include our Afternoon At Carrowcrory itinerary
    storytelling, caves, unique holy well, village pub lunch, sensory tree labyrinth walk, story sharing, afternoon tea and scones, Claire Roche songs and harp, triple spiral labyrinth game; 11 am until 6 pm.
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  • Find Your Story, Tree Labyrinth Session - for 1 to 12 people
    visualisation session that uses our most mature labyrinth to its full potential for personal inspiration, trust in intuition, clarity with ideas, and motivation to use these ideas in work, an art, craft, writing and creating. 3 hour afternoon session, includes tea and scones break.
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  • Become A Bard In The Woods - for 1 to 4 people
    full day version of our Bards In The Woods season, where you arrive at 10 am for a focusing Tree Labyrinth sessions, picnic food prep session, light lunch, then be driven to and from our Bards In The Woods meetup. Various transport and accommodation options offered.
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  • Folklore & Fairylore Retreat, 3 days or more - for 2 to 12 people
    day 1 - afternoon at Carrowcrory itinerary
    day 2 - woodland and watersides folklore
    day 3 - coastal folklore and pampering (seaweed bath etc.)
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  • Herbcraft Retreat, 3 days or more - for 2 to 9 people
    day 1 - afternoon at Carrowcrory itinerary
    day 2 - foraging and herb wisdom
    day 3 - herbcrafting
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  • Labyrinth & Journalling Retreat, 3 days or more - for 1 to 6 people
    day 1 - labyrinth journaling
    day 2 - woodland journaling
    day 3 - coastal journaling
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  • Volunteer Retreat, 3 days or more (low cost vacation) - for 1 person only
    2 days volunteer work on the labyrinth gardens followed by a day out somewhere
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  • Open Day for locals and visitors, family friendly -  for 1 to 30 people
    volunteer help, picnic lunch, sensory tree labyrinth walk, herb labyrinth poetry session, tea and scones break, triple spiral labyrinth game.
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if you wish to visit Carrowcrory or book a tour or retreat to include us, please contact

To Get Here ... please always contact us first ... 

Here's a Google Map to help you get here from the N4 Dublin to Sligo Road by Ballinafad. Look out for the ruined Ballinafad Castle. We are 5 km from Ballinafad, 5 to 10 minutes.


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