There are cabins on the premises but for an even more budget friendly excursion, there are a couple campgrounds to pitch tent in the area. Each cozy cabin has a toilet, sink and electricity. Bring your own bed sheets/sleeping bag. Public showers run water from the springs. No tv's. No internet. No cell service. Eek! Thought I was going to go crazy from withdrawal. But at the end I cherished the feeling of being far removed from it all.
Meals are served 3 times a day, buffet style in a communal hall. The food is vegetarian only but it's always exceptional. You know it's meal time at the sound of a big gong.
There are great massages offered, a white rapid river to stroll or sit by, trails to hike, peaceful sanctuaries to do yoga/meditate, and a calming labyrinth to walk through.
Things you should definitely bring with you ~
-Water bottle & travel mug for hot tea
-Shoes that you don't mind wet feet in (shoes/sandals with good soles)
-A good book
-A loved one