Cranleigh House B&B & Retreats
With beautiful walks straight from the door, the
beach five minutes away, in the heart of Combe Martin village, on the border
of breathtaking Exmoor National Park, Cranleigh House is the perfect getaway
for a magical wellbeing break. Please see our
B&B page for full information. See you
Cranleigh House is the home of Camino UK
Inspired by the Camino de Santiago de Compostela, 'The way of Saint James', Cranleigh House is the start point for the Camino Jesus & Joseph of Arimathea, it is the visitor centre for this Peace Project; the positive energy here has played a major part in us developing this idea. Cranleigh House/Camino UK is a Social Enterprise with a vision to bring peace to our world, one person at a time, through walking, meditating and praying. We are non denominational and welcome people of all faiths & cultures.
"Thank you very much for the warmth + calm + knowledge + caring! - you have created something from heaven in this phenomenal world. Will send all friends who seek/need the path. House of hope! All the best!" Andrea, London
We offer vegetarian Bed & Breakfast with healthy ‘Extras/Addons’, to relax & invigorate you, Yoga & techniques for self & planetary healing. We aim to empower you on your journey to better health, walk your camino or just open up to a new range of possibilities for a happier more fulfilling & dynamic life. We are interested in techniques to create a more peaceful world, bringing together all the elements to create a personal break, holiday or camino for you. Do come and find out more about the projects we are developing here.
Cranleigh House is owned & run by Katherine Armitage & her partner Stewart Johnston, it was built as a coaching innn in 1860. We are two enthusiastic people on a mission to change the world for the better one person at a time, ourselves included. We are the founders of Cranleigh House and Camino UK, with a zest for life & positive transformation, in beautiful mystic North Devon.
Katherine & Stewart in their favourite place, at the sacred site on top of Holdstone Down, Exmoor