Enchanting peaceful gardens, home to the Chalice Well, perfect space for meditation.
The Chalice Well, also known as the Red Spring, is a well situated at the foot of Glastonbury Tor. It is one of 2 ancient water sources, said to have healing properties and also a place for courses and spiritual awakening with beautiful gardens. Entry fee is £5.
The beautiful Chalice Well Gardens are a tranquil oasis of calm linked to the legend of the chalice from the last supper. Perfect place for quiet reflection and meditation.
The sacred "red spring" of Glastonbury, Chalice Well is a peaceful oasis for meditation and healing. A must visit for all those who are interested in Glastonbury's spiritual side.
“Lovely staff, the best value (and tastiest) roast in town and the blues jam is very popular. Nice little beer garden out the back and a friendly cat! ”
Point of Interest
“The White Spring is a place of historic interest and is 1 of 2 ancient water sources in Glastonbury. A natural, calcium-rich spring in a Victorian pump house. Now A free-entry (donations are welcome) temple & pilgrimage site, located at the foot of the Tor. Open from 13:30 - 16:30, Friday to Tuesday only. ”
“Relax all day in these beautiful surroundings, ancient ruins of one of the richest Abbeys until the dissolution. Home of the Glastonbury Extravaganza Music Concerts. One time resting place of King Arthur and his Queen Guinevere. ”
“The best in organic, vegan, vegetarian and wholefoods. Fresh food and drinks counter at the back of the shop, freshly baked goods. Also comprehensive alternative medicines aisle with excellent selection of toiletries and gifts. ”