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Drimlabarra Herb Farm Kildonan, Isle of Arran, KA27 8SE

Celtic Herbal Medicine Lammas Course

August 2nd till August 11th 2019

celtic-logoDue to the popularity of our annual Celtic Medicine Intensive we have added another course for the summer of 2019. This new course will run from the evening of Friday 2nd till Sunday 11th August and in the same way that we celebrate the Summer Solstice in June we will be celebrating the ancient festival of Lammas in August. As this course is an experiential one the curriculum and the teachers remain the same as the June Intensive; which has proved so popular with participants returning each year to experience the warm educational environment of a group experience that can be truly life changing. We would ask participants who have joined us before to preferably book on to this new Lammas course as we would like to prioritise the June Intensive for first time participants. (Please contact us if you have been before and the June date is the only one that works, and we can discuss your attendance as we have limited places left for returning participants on the June course.)

We have a maximum of 12 places so advance booking is essential. For an application form please use my personal e-mail which is keith at herbalmedicine.org.uk (please help us avoid spam by the supplying the @ yourself) and we are also on Facebook at Drimlabarra Herb Farm and as Keith Robertson.

On site cabins and camping  and vegan organic meals are available at an additional cost.

Course Price

£950

 

Breakfast

£3

Lunch

£12

Dinner

£15

Tent pppn

£8

Caravan pppn Cabins pppn

Sharing £15      £25 – £35

Our prices have been held since 2015 but will have to increase next summer. This means that the price for this course is £950 for the tuition. The advantage of the new August course is that we have much more cabin accommodation available on site for this one and this will be allocated on a first come basis. The Lammas course is slightly shorter but is augmented by group meetings and optional massage classes in the evenings.

Airbnb:
You will find some Airbnb’s around the island. We recommend in particular Steve and Adrienne who serve an excellent double room at www.airbnb.co.uk/rooms/18287894 
Contact them and quote Keith Robertson if you want to negotiate a single room if they have any availability.
Camping:
There is a great campsite on the beach about 15 mins walk by the Hotel. £8 / person / night. They also have Camping Pods at £35 for 1-2 people / night  see www.campingarran.com Both tent and especially Pod will need booked in advance.
If you crave comfort The Kildonan Hotel right next to the camp site is really nice at £99 for a double and £79 for a single www.kildonanhotel.com
The nearest B&B is in the next village and we can recommend Malcolm and Julie at www.viewbank-arran.co.uk £30 – £40 per night.
We are within 10 -15 mins walk of a reliable bus service round the island and if you have your own transport you might consider our friend Pippa’s luxury yurts at  www.runacharainn.com   which is 5 miles south or the on-suite cabins at www.altachorvie.com from £35 per night in the next village north again Lamlash.
Lots of other hotel and guest house options at www.visitarran.com