Thie Dy Vea is surrounded by pilgrim walks,
and places of rich historic and deep spiritual importance can be found
not just in Peel, but all around the Isle of Man.
The Thie Dy Vea Community have the training and experience
to help you to be refreshed, renewed and restored - to the fullness of life!
Discover your spiritual self whilst creating something - there'll be chances to try a variety of activities - from drawing to card-making and from pottery to photography
Thie Dy Vea welcomes people of all faiths and none - and the hospitality we offer you is tailored to your specific needs, whether you come alone, or with a group
When we're a complete and harmonious whole, we return to the state of being physically and mentally unbroken and undamaged - help to wholeness is at the heart of Thie Dy Vea
Thie Dy Vea is ideally placed within walking distance of some beautiful and significant spiritual sites - but the whole Island is filled with routes back into our Celtic heritage
Solitude is the state of being alone, without being lonely. It's a positive and constructive state of engagement with oneself - and Thie Dy Vea will offer spaces to seek that solitude
All life in Thie Dy Vea is sustained by a daily cycle of prayer led by members of the Community - our visitors are welcome to join in as much - or as little - as they wish.
Sometimes, one size doesn't fit all!
Tell us what you, or your group has in mind, and we'll work with you to provide a custom-made long or short stay that meets your needs.
We have Spiritual Accompanists available, experienced in supporting individuals or leading groups
Thie Dy Vea is registered as a charity on the Isle of Man - Manx Charity Number 1309.
Thie Dy Vea is a limited company - number 134206 C
Registered Office - Ballawattleworth House, Tynwald Road, Peel, Isle of Man, IM5 1JP
Trustees: Canon Philip Gillespie, Judith Ann Ley, Rev'd Richard Littledale, Sheila Sutton, Simon Young.