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Noddfa, the local name for the Institute, is owned and managed by the Sisters of the Sacred Heart, an order founded in Beziers (France) in 1849.
The Centre was founded in 1919 as a novitiate and school for the Loreto Order. Since 1989 it has been a retreat center for groups and individuals.
The Centre is a historical building beautifully installed near the coast of North Wales.
The Sisters of the Bridgettine Order provide hospitality in the St Winefride's guest house of prayer in Holywell.
St. Deiniol’s Library is a unique institution located on the outskirts of the historic village of Hawarden. It is the only residential library in Britain.
Curzon Park Abbey is in Curzon Park, an attractive residential suburb of Chester, the county town of Cheshire on the River Dee.
Foxhill, a retreat and conference centre of the Diocese of Chester. Just a couple of miles from the small town of Frodsham, and is not far from Liverpool.
Hawkstone Hall is an international retreat centre for both religious representatives and lay people.
The Retreat House is lodged in a converted farmhouse on the outskirts of Preston.
Swarthmoor Hall is a handsome historic hall recognised as the birthplace of Quakerism. It lies in a rural setting on the Furness Peninsula.
Ensconced in a handsome woodland, the Abbey lies in the centre of Whalley, an inviting little village on the banks of River Calder in the Ribble Valley.
The centre is a complex formed by various stone buildings that appear old but are not. They were built 22 years ago to reflect a sense of antiquity.
Our Lady of Hyning is in Warton in the north of Lancashire on the Cumbrian border, a region designated as an Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty.
Llangasty Retreat House nestles among the Welsh hills between Abergavenny and Brecon on the shores of Llangors Lake in the Brecon Beacons National Park.
The Abbey is a neo-Gothic complex, lavishly decorated, detailed and dominated by four elegant, steeply pointed arches that lead the eye heavenwards.
Rydal Hall occupies a splendid setting in the heart of the Lake District. Situated in the small village of Rydal, beside Rydal Water and River Rothay.
St. Non was the mother of St. David. St. Non’s Retreat Center is on the site of the house where she moved and where St. David was born around the year 500 AD.
Caldey Island, one of the British Holy Islands, lies 2 miles south of Tenby, and the entire island belongs to the Abbey.
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