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Cavernous and set apart, in blackness or candle lit, mysterious it remains. A wonderful contrast to the sunlit gardens of Chalice Well of the Red Spring. The interior consists of three domed vaults 16ft high, with beautiful bowed floors - like the...more
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Visited the white spring well and temple after a walk up the TOR. Its very dark inside till your eyes get used to it.There is tealight candles you can light took about 5 minutes to walk around but i 'm assuming some people may want...More
The Temple is well-cared for and you can sense that deep care when you visit.
The cavern is beautiful lit by continual candlelight, a place to sit in meditation, the sound of perpetually dripping water is calming.
At night, it actually feels even more sacred...More
Visit this space with an open mind. There were no naked bathers when we visited, lots of people enjoying the unique atmosphere in the building. Put your hands in the water and see what you feel, or just sit and listen and absorb the unusual...More
When we took our friend who was visiting from London on a day out to Glastonbury, we told him to expect some fun and colourful characters. We certainly weren't disappointed here. It was quite a sight to see two men bathing naked in one of...More
We visited during the day and then went back at night.
Chatty friendly people in the day and a guy singing beautifully through the gate. We stood and listened then walked up the tor.
We decided to back at night to see how different it...More
Given the write ups- I expected something more than it was in reality. I was disappointed - very much so. A bit of nothing to be honest. I live where water runs off the mountains and this felt like water in pools an ex industrial...More
what a special place, very strong energy here, it felt like coming home..its very dark inside, and wet, but magical with all the candles and little altars, it really felt like a little temple,i felt a lot of emotions being in this beautiful place.
I've now visited the White Spring a few times since discovering it in May, and I'm so glad I found it.
The signs at the front tell you the things that surprise most people, namely that photography is not allowed, and that considerate naked bathing...More
Wheelchair/pushchair access is through the side door via the courtyard, which is on the same level as the main floor (the front entrance is followed by three steep steps) There is a small step onto the courtyard, but ask the... More
Wheelchair/pushchair access is through the side door via the courtyard, which is on the same level as the main floor (the front entrance is followed by three steep steps) There is a small step onto the courtyard, but ask the duty Keeper for assistance if you need it. Remember it's only usually open Fri-Tues, 1.30-4.30 p.m.(not Wed &Thurs.) Hope this helps.