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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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The feelings from visiting the White Spring almost defy description. I have been to many cathedrals and ancient churches, but none was as full of power and spirituality as here. I could have stayed all day just soaking up the atmosphere. It was moving, cleansing,...More
I cannot describe the experience I had inside the white spring well temple. Needless to say, it was a powerful experience. Thats all. Words fail me. Do go and experience the power and magic and sheer energy for yourself. I would recommend this over any...More
Wow! This really does have to be one of the most unusual experiences! We descended down stone steps (after our eyes adjusted from bright daylight to the candlelight). Inside the cavern (lit only by candles) was a pool of water, fed by the White Spring,...More
We were advised to visit but also told it opens at random times so it's a bit pot luck, this place is supposed to be a spiritual spring and a is frequented by people of all ages many of whom are hippies (certainly no offence...More
Just OK but important to visit along with the Chalice Garden for balance. There was construction going on above the cave and a large rock fell into the chamber. It disrupted the peacefulness of the place.
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.