Welcome to Cornerstone
Cornerstone is the former home of Eileen Caddy, one of the co-founders of the Findhorn Foundation and community. It was one of the first ecohouses to be completed in The Park, built for Eileen by her sons David and Jonathan in 1990.
It was from here that rock musician Mike Scott of The Waterboys, when he lived here, would collect Eileen and escort her to the Sanctuary for the early morning meditation, preceded by Eileen’s white cat, Crystal. He shares the memory in a story to make you smile.
Eileen Caddy died in December 2006 but her spiritual dedication still inspires people in the community and around the world who find joy and hope in her books and guidance. You’ll find her daily guidance on the Inspiration page.
Cornerstone is a double-storey home with cosy and warm wood finishes. It sleeps six in two bedrooms, with two bathrooms, one en-suite and one with a bath.
Cornerstone is centrally situated in The Park, opposite the contemplation garden on the site of the former Community Centre and close to the iconic Original Garden and caravan. .
Your booking includes
- All bed linen
- Fresh towels
- Central heating (powered by solar thermal panels)
- Electricity (powered by windmills)
- WiFi access
Cornerstone sleeps 6
- 1 double bedroom with an extra single bed
- En-suite bathroom with a shower over bath
- 1 triple room
- Additional shower room
- Open-plan kitchen/dining room
- Lounge opening out to a small enclosed garden
Book Cornerstone for your retreat
Cornerstone is offered on a self-catering basis. Prices from £115 per night/£800 per week. Minimum stay 3 nights (click on the required dates for pricing).