Watton-at-Stone Retreat Centre

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Watton at Stone Methodist Church Day Retreat Centre

High Street, Watton at Stone,Hertfordshire SG14 3SY

For further information or bookings telephone: 01920 831165

e: wattonatstonemethodistchurch@yahoo.co.uk

"An Oasis of Calm"

  • The Day Retreat Centre at Watton-at-Stone is ideal for groups of up to 50 people to run self-led retreats, quiet days or meetings.
  • The Meditation Garden in the church grounds is an ideal space for quiet reflection.
  • The rural setting of the village provides many interesting walks including pathways along the River Beane.
  • Located in the centre of the village there is easy access to the A10, A1 and the village train station, just 50 minutes from Moorgate or Kings Cross.
  • There is on-site parking for over 15 cars.

Our Facilities

We have a well equipped Church, Hall and Kitchen at your disposal.

The Church

  • Ideal for meetings, seminars and worship
  • Comfortable, Flexible seating
  • Modern sound system
  • CD player
  • Data projector
  • Electric organ

The Hall

  • Ideal for breakout space and refreshments
  • Stacking chairs and folding tables allow a flexible layout
  • Wheelchair access throughout the building and toilets
  • Baby changing facilities

The Kitchen

  • We provide you with a welcome pack of tea, coffee, milk and sugar.
  • Fully equipped with all you need to prepare meals and refreshments including a large cooker and dishwasher.


In the village there are 2 Public Houses and a café called "Crumbs" who are willing to provide catering,


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