Labyrinth

Contemplate, Meditate and Have Fun in our Labyrinth

Our enchanting Chartres-style labyrinth is a major attraction for every guest who visits R’new.

A labyrinth is an ancient symbol that represents wholeness and is a metaphor for life’s journey. The labyrinth at Chartres Cathedral in France dates back to 1205, when monks used it for prayer and meditation. It is one of the world’s best-known labyrinths. Our R’new labyrinth follows the same mesmerising design. It is a feast of fragrances and colours, featuring rows of thyme, oregano, catmint, lavender, rosemary, echinacea, fennel and many other herbs, as well as rose bushes and grape vines. Fruit trees line the labyrinth border. It has been proven that walking a labyrinth calms one’s nerves.

The labyrinth is open to day visitors on the last Sunday of every month.

The Chartres Labyrinth

Walk the Labyrinth

The Chartres Labyrinth is a major attraction for every guest. Picture rows of thyme, oregano, catmint, lavender, rosemary, echinacea, fennel and many other varieties of herbs. Every row brings new colours and fragrances, while fruit trees create the labyrinth border. Daily opportunities to distill your essence abound. The labyrinth is open on the last Sunday of every month between spring and autumn for day visitors to join in the celebrations and to learn about our botanicals and their holistic ‘feel-good’ benefits.

Plants in the Labyrinth

Grapes

Fruit Trees

Herbs & Botanicals

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