We’re big believers in building long-term healthy habits to achieve the ultimate wellness. And whilst there’s no way to achieve wellness in just a weekend, that doesn’t stop us from loving a getaway. So, whether you’re looking for spa time, a helping hand with your health goals, or want to get on top of your hormones, these are just a few of our fave destinations to book now…
Hotel Endsleigh Wellness Retreat
Nestled in the heart of Dartmoor National Park in Devon, this four night wellness retreat is a luxurious escape from the hustle and bustle of everyday life. Combining circuits and functional fitness with guided walks around the Estate, yoga, meditation and nutritionally rich menus every single day.
If you're looking for a rural retreat, then this collection of exclusive-use country houses, luxury holiday cottages, and off-grid boltholes set in a 5000 acre Suffolk estate is the perfect choice. Surrounded by unspoiled countryside, you’ll find a range of activities including mindfulness and fitness classes, as well as outdoor pursuits like hiking and cycling. For those wishing to further indulge in a restorative break fear not, as there are three dedicated Spa houses complete with their own private swimming pools, hot tubs, saunas, steam and treatment rooms on hand too.
Located in the idyllic Cotswolds, Soho Farmhouse is a popular choice for a more chic and stylish wellness retreat. The Soho Health Club has a timetable of daily classes on offer, from ride to yoga and strength to tennis lessons. If you’re looking for a little more relaxation the coveted Cowshed spa offers full-day spa experiences and a revolving calendar of residences from expert practitioners across the world of beauty and wellbeing.
For those looking for a more sustainable and eco-friendly retreat, meet Birch Community. In their own words, Birch gives you a break from city stresses, a shortcut to happiness, and moments that make you go ooh, ahh and hmm. With a focus on wellness, community, and nature, this retreat offers a comprehensive schedule of activities - from pottery making and soda bread baking to DJ workshops, alongside all the more typical Pilates, yoga, spin and sound bath healing sessions too.