The Lake District is a stunning environment to feel relaxed yet energised soothed yet inspired. Only 3.5 hrs away from London on the train – easy access makes it a mountain getaway closer to home.
The Lake District is England’s largest National Park and home to Scafell Pike its largest mountain. Enjoy an adventurous and refreshing activities and yoga retreat in this most awe-inspiring landscape with us.
From Beatrix Potter to Lake Windermere, sailing on the Lakes or hiking and climbing in the fells or just wandering around Ambleside there is something for everyone.
What is the accommodation?
It is a vegetarian/vegan B&B that has a selection of hotel style en-suite rooms in the main building and then in separate out buildings in the grounds.
Do I need to bring a yoga mat?
Yes, you do. As it is not a designated yoga venue they do not provide equipment. Please bring what you may need for your practice
How hard are the hikes?
The Lake District is a much more intermediate hiking area and so we suggest the hiking level being of intermediate level and good level of fitness.
Do I need hikings boot and gear?
Yes - hiking boots (that aren't new) are a must and also wet wand warm weather gear; waterproof trousers and jacket, a water bottle, hat, suncream, warm layers and smaller layers like a t-shirt so you can manage getting hotter as you go up and cooler as you go down. A backpack to put it all in.
How do I get there?
You can come by train to Lake Windermere train station - 4 hours from London and then a taxi which is about 20 minutes from the venue.