SEPTEMBER 2018 : WITH HUSH&WILD/KOA TREE CAMP
Saw the stars from our beds. Warmed our toes around a fire. Breathed in the ocean air. Searched for our roots in nature. We explored sound, some of us foraged & gathered, some of us were massaged, others explored our dramatic coastline. Together, we came to remember that place inside that says, "here, I’m home."
We offered a space to reconnect with nature and yourself, and perhaps forge some new bonds along the way – a space to be yourself, together. Located at Koa Tree Camp, a glamping site on the north Devon/Cornwall border, you find an earthy attitude where muddy boots are welcome, nourishing home cooked food, nurturing hosts, and the opportunity to deepen your yoga practice with an experienced teacher.
KOA TREE CAMP, run by Hannah and her team, sits on a small holding on the north Devon/Cornwall border. Spacious geo-domes and wooden cabins comfortably house guests, while a large communal kitchen, and lounge area, and well as lots of outdoor space, mean there’s plenty of room to read, walk, rest and explore. There’s an onsite massage hut, and beautiful Welcombe Mouth is our nearest beach.
TWO BEARS KITCHEN Healthy, delicious meals throughout the weekend were provided by Two Bears Kitchen, also run by Hannah and her husband Simon. Their focus is on locally grown, organic and seasonal ingredients, foraged flavours and nourishing food.