Christian Retreat / Small Conference

Christian Retreat or Small Conferences

Not currently available

It has always been on our mind that Lochhouse Farm should be a Christian Retreat Centre along with the being a holiday retreat to for people who need ‘time out and space apart‘ from their busy working lives.
For this reason we are developing Lochhouse Farm to be able to accommodate Christian Retreats and small conferences along with our B&B and self catering accommodation
We are able to accommodate groups of up to 15 people in the cottages or the main house. The Stables is a great place where groups can meet for a whole range of different purposes. We have already provided a residential centre for church away-days and weekends as well as a venue for groups to do team building events, family gatherings, walking holidays, reunions etc.
There is Galleried space with library and the potential for arts & craft work and themed weekends. The downstairs area has kitchenette & toilet with enough open space for accommodating a small conference. Internet Access is available free of charge. Video projector and home movie equipment is available for hire.
Please contact us if you would like to discuss your thoughts of ideas.

The Stables conversion is a very adaptable community space on two floors for individual or group activities be they reflective, artistic, creative or practical with internet access and ‘IT’ facilities. Some of our ideas at the moment are to offer Creative Weekends ranging from Photography to Willow Sculptures; in fact we have included a separate list of our brainstorming of the practical and creative ideas – please contact if you are interested in any element of this. We have contact with the local arts association and other local contacts who along with ourselves can run a range of activities!

Brainstorming ideas:
Painting, Tapestry, Card Craft, Embossing, Fabrics & Soft Toys, Floristry, Cross stitch, Needlework, Sculpture, Crochet, Wooden Toys, Scrapbooking, Kite making, Willow sculptures, Fabric Painting & Dying, Papier mache, Working with wood, Creative writing, Crafts for kids, Calligraphy, Working with clay, Stained Glass, Mosaics, Digital photography, Computing and the internet
Internet café for residents, Baking, Cookery, Scottish country dance, Music instrument making, Singing, Creative theology, Discovering poetry, Drama, Wildlife – flowers & animals, Flower pressing

For a full range of local activities throughout the year please go to About the Area or look at