2017 Aisha at Beechworth

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"The aim of life is to live – and to live means to be aware, joyously,  drunkenly, serenely, divinely aware." - Henry Miller

About Us

Aisha at Beechworth is owned and operated by us - Adam Ruitenberg and Bronwyn Wilmot , along with our 3 children shown here Jarni, Layali and Poppi. These are also our fur babies so we understand that you too may wish to travel with your dogs (see rates page for details).

Aisha is a word meaning life and living which is exactly what we want people to do here -  to truly feel alive.

 

The cottage is a flow on from our yoga business Aisha Flow Yoga (Albury based) where we have a strong belief in creating environments and experiences for people to feel great. Our life is blessed and so generosity  is a strong focus for us. At Aisha Flow Yoga (www.aishaflowyoga.com) we give all profits to charity or people / causes in need and it is our desire to continue this ethos with Aisha at Beechworth.

 

OUR AIM

Our aim is to provide you with a warm and cosy place to stay while you experience the joys of the local region. In addition to this we wish to offer the cottage as a place of respite for those most in need. This includes full time carers in need of a break, those experiencing hardship, or anyone recovering from an illness. We offer both discounted respite packages (see packages page) and also a number of free respite packages each year from nominations received (to nominate someone just drop us a line with a brief as to why you think they need respite and also their contact details). Like  our facebook page to follow our journey

YOU CAN HELP us help others by staying at the cottage , contributing extra when you stay, making a donation to our Pay It Forward program or by just spreading the word for us. The more stays by paying customers the more nights we can donate to those in need. See 'Pay it Forward' page of this website for more details.

Our hope is create a warm and peaceful experience for you during your stay and to provide a little relief to those in need in what can feel like a crazy or overwhelming life.