Thursday 6 October 2022 11:25 AM Charlotte Church launches £300 wellness retreat in Wales complete with 'Womb ... trends now

Thursday 6 October 2022 11:25 AM Charlotte Church launches £300 wellness retreat in Wales complete with 'Womb ... trends now
Thursday 6 October 2022 11:25 AM Charlotte Church launches £300 wellness retreat in Wales complete with 'Womb ... trends now

Thursday 6 October 2022 11:25 AM Charlotte Church launches £300 wellness retreat in Wales complete with 'Womb ... trends now

Charlotte Church has launched a wellness retreat in Wales called The Dreaming, that claims to 'reduce the chances of coronary heart disease and type 2 diabetes'.

The singer, 36, says she has 'tied my life savings to the bricks and mortar of Rhydoldog House' in order allow visitors to connect with nature and heal.

The sprawling house and gardens, which was the former home of designer Laura Ashley, are located in Cwmdauddwr in Powys, Wales, boasts eight different rooms and can accommodate up to 16 people at once.

Spiritual: Charlotte Church has launched a wellness retreat in Wales called The Dreaming, that claims to 'reduce the chances of coronary heart disease and type 2 diabetes'

Spiritual: Charlotte Church has launched a wellness retreat in Wales called The Dreaming, that claims to 'reduce the chances of coronary heart disease and type 2 diabetes'

One of the rooms is named 'The Womb' and is described as a 'celebration of womanhood' that is designed to make you feel 'swaddled' and contains a pink tadelakt shower that Charlotte likens to 'a very large and unusual-shaped vagina'.

The retreat also contains a Healing Room where guests can partake in movement, yoga, sound healing, and group work, as well as many gardens, a Potting Shed, Japanese Tea House and a Waterfall Shower.

The minimum stay is for three nights, and the most expensive room on site, The Forest Spirits, goes for a staggering £900 per person.

Putting everything on the line: The singer, 36, says she has 'tied my life savings to the bricks and mortar of Rhydoldog House' in order allow visitors to connect with nature and heal

Putting everything on the line: The singer, 36, says she has 'tied my life savings to the bricks and mortar of Rhydoldog House' in order allow visitors to connect with nature and heal

Huge: The sprawling house and gardens, which was the former home of designer Laura Ashley, are located in Cwmdauddwr in Powys, Wales, boasts eight different rooms and can accommodate up to 16 people at once

Huge: The sprawling house and gardens, which was the former home of designer Laura Ashley, are located in Cwmdauddwr in Powys, Wales, boasts eight different rooms and can accommodate up to 16 people at once

The website also states that all sharing rooms will be same-gender, unless you book as a group and that participants must be 18 or over.

Food and drink is included, though alcohol is strictly banned, with meals being communal and mostly vegetarian and vegan, while guests are encouraged to help plant and harvest vegetables and cook alongside the chefs.

The retreat offers yoga, sound healing ceremonies, foraging, mythic storytelling, star-gazing, cold water immersion, singing at dawn, den building, sensory portal building, painting, dance, dreamwork, outdoor cinema, herbalism, woodwork, meditation, Qi Gong, silent disco, night time forest bathing and more.

Womb room: One of the rooms is named 'The Womb' and is described as a 'celebration of womanhood' that is designed to make you feel 'swaddled' (pictured)

Womb room: One of the rooms is named 'The Womb' and is described as a 'celebration of womanhood' that is designed to make you feel 'swaddled' (pictured)

Suggestive: It contains a pink tadelakt shower that Charlotte likens to 'a very large and unusual-shaped vagina' (pictured)

Suggestive: It contains a pink tadelakt shower that Charlotte likens to 'a very large and unusual-shaped vagina' (pictured)

Charlotte writes that she fell in love with Rhydoldog House in November 2020, describing herself as 'obsessed, insatiable, like a lovesick teenager.'

She revealed she blew through her £500,000 budget, spending double that to restore the landmark building and filmed the process for new Really and Discovery+ series called Charlotte Church's Dream Build.

Charlotte confessed that she has 'spent her life savings' on the project, and was also given £300,000 by her parents towards the renovations. 

Facilities: The retreat also contains a Healing Room (pictured) where guests can partake in movement, yoga, sound healing, and group work, as well as many gardens, a Potting Shed, Japanese Tea House and a Waterfall Shower

Facilities: The retreat also contains a Healing Room (pictured) where guests can partake in movement, yoga, sound healing, and group work, as well as many gardens, a Potting Shed, Japanese Tea House and a Waterfall Shower

Eye-watering: The minimum stay is for three nights, and the most expensive room on site, The Forest Spirits, goes for a staggering £900 per person

Eye-watering: The minimum stay is for three nights, and the most expensive room on site, The Forest Spirits, goes for a staggering £900 per person

Eye-watering: The minimum stay is for three nights, and the most expensive room on site, The Forest Spirits, goes for a staggering £900 per person 

Speaking in a trailer the series, she said: 'I haven't got a clue what I'm doing,' and she could be seen tearing down walls and raking the garden as she roped in her family and friends to help with the build. 

Charlotte explained: 'It's a complete mess, there's so much work to do. If we don't open in June, I'm in a lot of trouble.' 

Speaking to Metro this week, she insisted it wasn't a 'vanity project that I’m doing with a couple of extra million,' but ‘I’ve put my heart

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