Ripple Retreat photo taken by our Ripple Retreat architect Tony Kettle

















Please do check out our new Ripple Retreat mini website –

Here is a fantastic short video of our Official Opening on 12 May 2017

Criteria for Staying at the Retreat

Ripple Retreat – who can stay?

It’s Good 2 Give Board of Trustees agreed the criteria for staying at the Ripple Retreat

Any young cancer patient* and their family, based in Scotland, who is currently in treatment or up to a maximum of 1 year after active treatment
Bereaved families of young cancer patients, based in Scotland, within the first year after their loss
*Child/young person aged 0-18

The Retreat can accommodate a maximum of five people plus a baby.

No pets or smoking allowed in the house or grounds.

The Retreat is in a remote location – 3 miles from the nearest town (Callander) along a single track road. It is therefore essential that families who stay have their own transport for the entire stay.

Stays are for a maximum of five nights and there is no cost to the family to stay.

If you would like to know more about our booking procedure or have questions then do get in touch.

and the album of photos taken by Gareth Easton on the day can be found here. (many are below too)

A wee bit of history –

A day It’s Good 2 Give will always remember – 26 May 2014


Because it is the day we got our planning consent for the Ripple Retreat!  It’s a lovely story worth reading – click here to read the full story

Before you read any further let me show you a video taken by Tony Kettle, our architect and friend, who got a drone last week and used it for first time on Sunday!   He got very lucky with the weather and the result is this stunning film footage!
Thanks Tony – we love it and believe so will everyone who watches it.