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August Bank Holiday Yoga & Hiking in the Peak District

UPDATE 30.06.2020 PLEASE NOTE THAT THIS TRIP WILL NO LONGER BE GOING AHEAD AND BOOKINGS ARE CLOSED Come and join us over the August Bank Holiday for 3 nights at the Cattle Shed in Grindleford. Set in a picturesque village in the beautiful Dark Peak, The Cattle Shed is a stylish and contemporary eleven bedroom barn conversion offering the very best in home from home luxury. With wonderful views of Froggatt Edge and the surrounding valley, Grindleford offers the perfect venue for our yoga hikes August Bank Holiday break.

Lake District Yoga Hikes Break at Brathay Hall, Ambleside.

23/03/2020 PLEASE NOTE THAT THIS EVENT HAS BEEN POSTPONED LAST SPACE - 1 MALE ONLY (male space will share with another male in superior twin share room) Join us for a cosy mid winter yoga hiking break at the beautiful Brathay Hall surrounded by the stunning Lake District countryside. This is such a great time to visit the Lakes and shake off those mid winter blues. The impressive Brathay Hall is set in 360 acres of mature woodland and rolling pasture, at the head of Windermere.

Yewfield Winter Yoga Hiking Break in the Lake District

Set in a quiet, elevated position with panoramic views over the Vale of Esthwaite, Lake Windermere and the Fells beyond, Yewfield is situated in over 80 acres of its own grounds. The house itself, with its impressive Gothic architecture, dates back to 1859 and is the perfect location for a cosy mid winter yoga and hiking break. The yoga studio is also stunning with views out over the orchard and surrounding hills. It has its own wood burner and radiators for keeping us toasty and warm, whatever the weather is doing.

Lake District Yoga Hiking Weekend at Nab Cottage

Stay with us in a 16th Century cottage for a very special Lake District yoga hiking weekend. Nab Cottage is a traditional cottage, standing alone on the side of Rydal Water, in the centre of the English Lake District. The cottage was once the home of opium-smoking Thomas De Quincey, an acquaintance of the poets Coleridge and Wordsworth. The situation is idyllic; surrounded by mountains in the heart of the valley, yet only 2 miles from Ambleside and Grasmere.