Welcome to Tir Heddwch

Tir Heddwch is welsh for Peaceful Land. Thirty acres of beautiful south-facing, gently sloping hillside on Moel Eiddew, part of the Mynydd y Cemais ridge, ten miles from Machynlleth in west Wales. Owned and run by Annie Hooper, it is known locally as Annie’s Land.

Tir Heddwch is a working smallholding as well as a sacred site. A place where all beings on all levels can live in peace and harmony together. There are sheep, chickens, ducks, and bees; an orchard, nut grove and fruit bushes; fresh organically grown vegetables in season; and native trees grown from local seed have been planted to create an area of deciduous woodland, the Peace Wood – Coed Heddwch. There are four elemental circles representing Earth, Air, Fire and Water.

Annie’s Land hosts a variety of workshops each year; you can also stay in one of our Mongolian yurts for a relaxing retreat. There are ecoloos, recycling facilities, outdoor shower, mountain bike washing and safe storage.
Owain Glyndwr’s Way runs alongside Annie’s Land and there are great mountain bike trails in the area as well as the seaside nearby. Fantastic views of Cader Idris and the Cambrian Mountains are visible from the land, where buzzards and red kites circle overhead.
native trees and newly restored woodland
fantastic mountain views
sacred circles dedicated to the four elements
Tir Heddwch is a haven for wildlife and biodiversity and a place of peace and harmony waiting to welcome you.