Vajrasana is set in rolling Suffolk 'hills' with lots of good walks all round. There are two large paddocks in which we are currently planting over two hundred trees. The shrine room was built using a special ecological straw bale technique. There are also two solitary huts available for people who wish to retreat on their own.
Google Map of Vajrasana
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Getting to Vajrasana - by Car
Take the M11 out of London as far as junction 9, then follow the A11 and then the A14 towards Bury St Edmunds. Leave the A14 at junction 43 (‘Bury St Edmunds Central’) and follow signs for A143 Diss. After 6 or 7 miles on the A143 go straight on towards Diss at the first Ixworth roundabout and turn right at the second roundabout (which has a sign pointing right for Walsham Le Willows). Follow this road for 4 miles (ignoring the left turn to Wyken Vineyards) until you pass a sign ‘Walsham Le Willows/West Street’. A quarter of a mile further on, after some tight bends, turn left at a small sign (which is on the right hand side of the road) for Stanton. Drive uphill for approx half a mile and Vajrasana/Potash Farm is on the left behind a row of tall poplar trees. You will see a signpost for Vajrasana. Access is gained by turning left down a small private road and then right into the drive.
Getting to Vajrasana - by Coach
Coaches leave from Victoria Coach Station (or the coach stop in Stratford for which you need to have a pre-paid ticket) to Stanton in Suffolk, the first stop after Bury St Edmunds. You can buy an Apex ticket if you book 7 days in advance. National Express Coaches www.nationalexpress.com or 08717 81 81 78
Getting to Vajrasana - by train
Trains run from London Liverpool Street to Stowmarket. There is a taxi rank outside the station. Cost to Potash Farm is likely to be £20/22. Greater Anglia Trains www.greateranglia.co.uk or 0845 600 7245.