You can book online using our secure server by following the links provided on each workshop page. These take you to an online booking form.
You can also print out a booking form and post or fax it to us.
Please read this page carefully before completing the booking form.
- Before you book
- Booking Experience Week
- Income Related Pricing
- Send your booking
- Alternate payment method
- Financial help
- Group bookings
- Mobility Impairment
- Practical information
Before you book your workshop or event
- Please read the Booking Form carefully and ensure you have included all necessary information. A checklist is provided on the booking form.
- Book well in advance to ensure a place in the workshop of your choice.
- If you book online your payment will not be directly debited by the website, your payment will only be taken upon confirmation and completion of your booking.
- Please send a £95 deposit per person per workshop. This deposit is not refunded unless your workshop is cancelled.
- The balance of your payment is due four weeks before the starting date of your programme. We will take this from your credit/debit card automatically, or you can send us a cheque or bank transfer. We suggest you arrange holiday insurance as, if you cancel after this point, we can refund only 50% of the balance (the deposit is non-refundable). If you cancel within one week of the programme, there is no refund.
- On any refund made to a credit/debit card there is a fee of £5.
- When booking a programme that starts in four weeks or less, full payment is required at the time of booking.
- Wait for confirmation before making travel arrangements as we cannot guarantee bookings for any given week. Please allow 1–2 weeks for confirmation.
- To make a Short-Term Guest booking please do not use the online booking form. Email us at for more information or see the Short Term Guest page on this website.
- For Erraid workshops you cannot use our online booking system. Please use the information on the workshop page to contact Erraid directly.
Booking Experience Week
Many of our workshops and programmes require prior participation in Experience Week. Conferences, Special Events, Findhorn Foundation College programmes, and some workshops do not have this requirement. Please refer to page containing the workshop information.
When you book your Experience Week please write a letter telling us about yourself, your spiritual background, if any, and why you want to visit. This introductory letter is your first step into the spirit of the week and helps the Experience Week facilitators get to know you and to prepare the programme. If you are a couple, or a family making a booking together, please will each one of you write a separate letter. Most people write between one and two pages. Here are a few guidelines to help you when writing your letter:
- Please don't make it a CV or a literary exercise! Mistakes in language do not matter, it is more important that you write a letter from the heart.
- Include your age and, in your own words, an outline of your present life (this could cover your present circumstances, your life choices, those people who are important to you, what inspires you, your joys and challenges, and so on).
- Describe your reasons for wanting to participate in an Experience Week.
- If you have — or have had — any emotional or health difficulties, we would like to know if and how these are affecting your life now.
- Finally, please write or type the letter yourself. We will treat it as confidential (and suggest you do the same, if this helps you, when you are writing and posting it).
- Please enclose your letter with your deposit and booking form.
Please apply well in advance for your Experience Week, if possible, and wait for confirmation of your booking before making travel plans.
Income Related Pricing
We want to ensure that our courses are accessible to people with diverse financial means. When you book, please choose the low, medium or higher price listed for your programme, based on your personal income and keeping in mind that paying the lowest price covers only basic costs, while paying the medium and higher prices will allow this centre to develop and grow.
If you cannot afford the lowest price, please see our Financial Support – Bursaries information.
Send your booking
- You can book online by following the links on each workshop page.
- You can print out and send a booking form by post to:
The Park, Findhorn
Moray IV36 3TZ
- Or fax it to: +44 (0)1309 691663
- If you need to contact us about a booking, you can call our Booking Office on +44 (0)1309 691653 or email them at
The Booking Office hours are 10am–12.30pm and 2pm–4.30pm (British Standard Time) Monday to Friday, however we are closed on Wednesday afternoons. If you can only phone outside these times please leave a message and we will get back to you as soon as we can.
- For general enquiries please contact our Enquiries team, send an email to or telephone +44 (0)1309 690311.
We prefer payment by cheque or most credit or debit cards (we do not accept American Express). Please do not send cash in the mail. Payment should be in pounds sterling (GBP), dollars or euros. When paying in dollars or euros, we will charge £1 per transaction to cover banking costs, and the rate of exchange will be determined on the day we receive payment.
In most countries it is possible to buy a cheque in GBP from your bank. Please note that we cannot accept Eurocheques.
Alternative method of payment
It is possible to pay using a bank transfer, with bank details available on request.
Please ensure that you pay your bank for the transfer costs incurred at both ends of the transaction, i.e. in your country and in Scotland, so that the Foundation receives the full amount due. The Foundation cannot pay the cost of receiving your transfer.
Please ensure that your full name and the name of the workshop you are paying for is included on the bank application form.
Financial Support — Bursaries
We do not wish to exclude people with a low income, young people, people who are unwaged, or people from developing countries. Limited bursary funds are available towards the cost of participating in our programmes and we encourage those who need help with payment to apply.
Please apply for financial support well in advance of, though no earlier than 3 months and certainly no later than 2 weeks before, the start date of your chosen workshop(s). Please tick the box on the booking form, so Bookings can send you our Bursary application form. Please fill in all fields on this form, which includes your financial situation, resources, income, expenditures, savings and stating the amount that you are able to pay. It is possible to combine a bursary with a pay agreement to spread payments over a maximum of 3 months. Please note that the deposit/payment will not be processed until a bursary/payment has been agreed on. All bursaries must be arranged in advance of arrival.
We welcome contributions to our bursary fund and encourage those who can to contribute, so that those who cannot pay the full amount may still come here. A space is provided for this kind of contribution on the booking form.
If you would like to organise an Experience Week for a special interest or tour group, please write to us in advance. We welcome such groups and will include you in our schedule wherever possible.
If you use a wheelchair or have any other mobility impairment please let us know in advance. Cluny Hill, where most of our programmes are held, is a multi-storey building with limited access to the upper levels via staircase only. We do have accessible facilities in The Park – accommodation and meeting rooms – but these are not always available. If you have specific requirements please contact before booking your programme to ensure we can meet your needs and send us details together with your Booking Form.
Please register at Cluny Hill or The Park between 11:00am and 12:15pm on the day your workshop starts. It is important for you to be present for the start of the first session of your workshop or event which begins early on Saturday afternoon, unless otherwise stated.
Accommodation for week-long programmes is provided until Saturday morning (includes Friday night). Programmes end on Friday evening with a celebration dinner.
What to bring
We suggest you bring suitable clothing and footwear for indoor and outdoor activities, including participation in one of our service departments and being in nature. The weather varies a lot here, so include warm and waterproof clothing – in all seasons! You may want to bring an umbrella, socks for shoe-free spaces, and a hair dryer. You do not need to bring towels or bed linen, as we provide these.
Accommodation is generally shared. Fees include all your meals. Our kitchens provide vegetarian meals with our food being mostly organic/seasonal/locally sourced. Very occasionally we may serve meat or fish. Vegetarian, vegan, wheat free, gluten free, sugar free and alcohol free alternatives are available on request. Unfortunately, we cannot cater for any other dietary requirements, including those of people with coeliac disease. We are unable to accept your pets in our accommodation.
Arriving early or staying on
For those guests who have been here before on a Findhorn Foundation programme, we offer the opportunity to arrive on the Friday immediately prior to the start of your programme and for you to stay overnight at either Cluny Hill or The Park, depending on the location of your programme and availability. Please contact our Bookings office a week before your programme begins to confirm availability. We are unable to extend this offer to first time visitors or new guests joining Experience Week. However, all guests are welcome to request to stay on for a few days after your workshop or event has finished. The cost is £38 per day for bed and full board and can be booked during the week of your programme. Please note that we cannot guarantee spaces will be available, particularly during the summer, and are dependent on the popularity of other events at the time. You can also stay at Findhorn Bay Holiday Park, or choose a place to stay from the list of local Bed and Breakfast guest houses. Most local B&Bs are not equipped to take credit cards as payment.
Families and children
During the summer we offer programmes especially for families with children – Family Experience Week (see our list of Experience Weeks for details). Families may also stay here by arranging their own accommodation at the Findhorn Bay Holiday Park or a local Bed and Breakfast or by taking part in our Short Term Guest programme. Most local B&Bs are not equipped to take credit cards as payment.
All information included in any of our publicity is correct at time of going to press, and is subject to change. Whilst every effort is made to provide the workshops and services as advertised, we do not accept liability for:
- Cancellations or changes caused by unavailability of staff, low bookings, weather conditions, maintenance work, acts of God, acts of Government or any other authorities, or any situations beyond our control or subsequent to participation in one of our programmes.
- Participants’ medical or psychiatric conditions which may exist or which may arise during or subsequent to participation in one of our programmes.
- Loss of, or damage to, personal property of our guests.
We reserve the right to refuse admission to our programmes if, on arrival, participation appears to be inappropriate. We also reserve the right to ask any visitor to leave if their behaviour is disruptive to the function of the Foundation and community or interferes with the rights of others. In the final instance, all matters arising from a dispute are subject to Scottish law and are subject to the jurisdiction of the Scottish courts.