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Your own sanctuary, just for a day...

With the world around us getting busier, more frantic (and often a bit more frightening,) by the day, we have found more and more people wanting, and needing, to take some time out for themselves, but not being able to carve out that sacrosanct time to have a few days away.


It has been well documented, particularly with the challenges of the last few years, that looking after your own wellbeing is not a luxury, but a vital part of self-care. And there are so many ways that this can be done, finding small pockets of time in our schedules to make a difference.


The wonderful people at Mind, have so many great ideas on how you can make small changes to create a big impact.



And we wanted to find a way to help too.


Previous guests will know the effect that Witherdens Hall can have as soon as you come through the gates. It has been described as having a ‘serene energy’, ‘wholesome’ and with a ‘peaceful and tranquil environment’ and we know that sometimes even the shortest of breaks, in the right environment, can make the world of difference to a frazzled mind. Not just to you, but to those around you as well.


We are therefore delighted that there is now the opportunity to come to Witherdens Hall for a ‘mini retreat’, just for a day.


Day retreats are so much easier to fit in around the school run, a day off work, respite care for carers or the daily routine and commitments that leave you craving some time to yourself.


You and perhaps a couple of friends, can share our beautiful Workspace area to relax in, bring along some delicious, nourishing food and maybe book a yoga session.

Time in our mini spa, adjoining the Workspace would be available and of course other treatments from our wonderful team of therapists would add to the retreat experience.


If a few days retreat is just not possible, or perhaps even a little daunting for you, come and try it. Just for a day.


“Almost everything will work again if you unplug it for a few minutes, including you.”

Anne Lamott




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