3 Nights Yoga & Hiking Holiday in Hope Valley, Peak District 2024

Join us for our 3 night hiking and yoga retreat in the Peak District in the Derbyshire Dales. Stay in a stunning converted cattle shed in the heart of the countryside and enjoy two guided hikes and yoga twice a day. There is an outdoor fire pit so you can stay cosy whilst stargazing.

Enjoy our 3-night yoga hiking holiday throughout the year at a stunning venue in Hope Valley, the Derbyshire Dales. A weekend yoga retreat that is active yet relaxing with everything arranged for you so that you can switch off and focus on meeting like-minded people, being in nature, invigorating with guided hikes and relaxing with yoga.

A stunning venue with beautiful views and a day packed full of yoga, delicious food and guided hikes, you will leave feeling like you have had a full escape away.

Your days on these hiking retreats in the Peak District will be filled but relaxing. The price includes two guided hikes with qualified mountain guides. The hikes are directly from the house, so explore the local area with the hike guides’ local knowledge and learn about UK history! Climb hills for expansive views of the rolling countryside, and on your return, enjoy a post-hike snack and delicious vegetarian and plant-based meals throughout your stay.

Your modern home for these Peak District hiking retreats has all the cosy comforts you could ever need: plush sofas, outdoor seating, a large outdoor decking that wraps around the building overlooking an expansive valley view down to the river below, and a firepit to star and moon gaze from in the Peak District night sky. The outdoor seating areas are perfect for curling up with a book, relaxing in the sun on the terrace, or chatting with your new retreat friends. In the colder months, the underfloor heating keeps you cosy, and the wood burner is perfect for relaxing at the end of the day after a day filled with activities.

In 2024, our Peak District will be in July, August, September, October, or November. We also do a 4 night hiking yoga holiday in Peak District here. In 2025 we will be here for our yoga hiking Peak District holidays in February, March, May, July, August, October and the new year. Find out more about the Peak District here.

There are plenty of hikes to enjoy in the Peak District. Mam Tor, also known as the “Shivering Mountain,” stands tall and is one of the most iconic peaks in the Peak District. If you would like to find out more about other hikes please let us know.

  • Location

    Hope Valley, peak District,

  • Season

    All year round

  • Duration

    3 nights

  • Group size

    Group size

  • Accommodation

    Converted cattleshed

  • Meeting Point

    Meeting Point
    Chesterfield Train Station

  • Yoga level

    Yoga level
    All Levels

  • Activity level

    Activity level
    All levels

  • Food


  • Carbon Footprint

    Carbon Footprint

From £629

To see all dates available, click the dropdown arrow on the date box above.



Shared Twin/ Double Rooms – On all of our retreats, twin or double rooms mean two people sharing. If you book one space, you will be sharing it with another guest.

TRAVEL INSURANCE: Please buy a travel insurance policy that works for you due to any unforeseen circumstances.

On our Peak District retreats, arrival is from 4 pm onwards. This allows time to settle in before the first yoga class and dinner.

The retreat will then end at 10 am on the last day after a shorter yoga class and brunch.

A Typical Day

8am - 9.30am

Morning yoga class to energise on the decking if sunny with stunning views


Brunch of vegan and veggie delights

10.30am - 4pm

Both days enjoy guided hikes in the Peak District with qualified hiking guides with packed lunch

5pm - 7pm

Restorative evening yoga class to unwind and revive


2 course vegetarian/ vegan evening meal


Fire pit, star gazing, hot choccy and marshmallows



See what is included in your hiking and yoga retreat in the Peak District.
What's included
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Comfortable cosy accommodation in rural tranquil Peak District, all rooms with en-suite bathrooms

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Stay in high season in a stunning part of the country

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1.5 hrs of morning yoga practice to energise

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2 hour evening yoga practices to unwind and calm with restorative practices, meditation and Yoga Nidra

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Delicious wholesome vegetarian/vegan brunches

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Light lunch or packed lunch if out hiking

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Delicious vegetarian/vegan evening meals

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Two Guided hikes through the Peak District with qualified guides

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Yoga equipment

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Amazing AdventureYogi hosts to look after your every need

What's not included
  • Travel to and from the venue
  • Travel insurance - highly recommend getting
Accommodation in The Peak District

This beautiful venue is located near Grindleford in the Hope Valley area of the Peak District was recently converted from a cattle shed in 2017 into a truly beautiful retreat space. The open-plan layout creates a spacious but homely feel, boasting three seating areas through two sitting rooms, a log burner to curl up in front of, and stunning views!

There are 10 ensuite bedrooms giving everyone privacy and space. You can choose from a single or twin/double ensure with valley views – spectacular views of the whole valley, or patio rooms to the rear of the building.

An outdoor fire pit is a perfect spot to enjoy the dark skies for some stargazing on clear nights and there is an abundance of walks directly from the front door!

Although it feels like a million miles away, we are only a 3.5hr drive or a wonderful 2 hour train journey away from central London.

The nearest big train stations are Sheffield and Chesterfield where you will find taxis. It’s about a 20-25 minute journey by car to either Sheffield or Chesterfield.

 Please be aware that the below times may have changed but, give you an idea of trains that work with the retreat schedule. 

Chesterfield is the best station from London St Pancreas

Arrival Day

Depart London Pancreas – 13:32   Arrive Chesterfield – 15:17

Departure Day 

Depart Chesterfield – 10:49   Arrive London St Pancreas – 12:36




A shaed twin/double room is for two people sharing either two single beds or a double bed.  If this option isn’t available on the website please email us to ask for availability.

Shared Twin/Double ensuite bathroom valley views £679pp

Shared Twin/Double ensuite bathroom patio views £629pp

(a twin is two single beds for two people, a double is a double bed for two people sharing).

Single occupancy, en-suite bathroom and valley views £829pp

Single occupancy, en-suite bathroom patio views £779pp

(A single room has a king size double bed for 1 person)

It is about 3 hours from London if you are driving. If you are travelling by train go to Chesterfield.
By car, we send out the address and directions after you have booked with us. The best way to arrive by train is to go to Chesterfield, although you can also go to Sheffield. We suggest arriving at the time we suggest in the 'getting there' section, and then you can arrange taxi shares with you fellow guests via the Whatsapp group that is set up approximately 2 weeks before the retreat.
Yes, we do. We provide yoga mats, blocks and blankets. If you like other yoga equipment for your practice please bring what you need.
The hikes at our retreat are approximately 4 hours long and cater to beginner-level hikers. However, it's important to note that some sections of the trails involve steep inclines and uneven terrain.
Yes - hiking boots (that aren't new) are a must and also wet and 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 water bottle and a backpack to put it all in.
Yes, there is
No, there isn't. There is one at the petrol station about 10 minutes drive away. Ask a member of our team to show you.
Check in on the day of arrival is 4pm, please note the team are still preparing the retreat before 4pm so if you arrive we ask that you let them get on with the preparations. Checkout on departure day is 10am, we ask that you are packed and ready to leave by 10am as there is a tight turnaround for the next guests.
Yes, there is, but it is patchy. The living area has good wifi and some of the bedrooms.
Yes, you can enhance your retreat experience with a massage from our skilled massage team. We recommend pre-booking your massage as our appointments fill up quickly. You can easily book your massage through your customer portal once you have booked your retreat with us.
Yes! Most of our guests travel solo, or with a friend or family member. It's a great way to meet like-minded people and find yoga travel buddies!
We cater for all ages and like to think we are really inclusive. Age ranges from 20 to 70! The age group is 25 - 55 years old…but ALL welcome!
There are a few to share and we recommend bringing one with you if you prefer.
Yes you can, we have a selection of single occupancy rooms with double beds and en-suite bathrooms. We also have twin rooms to share with two single beds.
This 3 night retreat in the Peak District has a full schedule because there are hikes included in the price on both of the full days. If you would like longer we advise staying for the 4 night mid-week retreats Monday - Friday as you have an extra day with nothing scheduled so you can enjoy another hike or explore another spot.

This Peak District retreat is suitable for anyone who'd like a relaxing staycation in the UK to feel refreshed. Yoga to relax, healthy food and time out to rebalance. Beginners are welcome to join us, we love having yoga newbies! The hikes are suitable for all levels with the times varying up to 3.5hrs each time.

Suitability : Level
  • All ages
  • Beginners
  • Intermediate
  • Men & Women

We are working towards reducing our carbon footprint, and here are some ways we, as a company, are doing this.

We are a 88% vegan company, 10% vegetarian and 2% fish or meat (only when staying in boutique hotels that offer these options). This makes up a huge percentage of carbon emissions that we avoid so easily because our food is still delicious, balanced and even more creative. So, thanks to you all for enjoying our healthy (mostly) plant-based meals.

The difference: Most travel companies struggle to reduce their travellers’ meat and dairy consumption, which accounts for a large portion of their carbon emissions.

We stay primarily in one location for the duration of the retreat. We have started staying in a few locations on our long haul, but it is limited to 2 or 3 locations over an 8 – 10 night period. Staying in one place means low carbon emissions because we aren’t burning fuel to get around.

The difference: Other adventure travel companies move around every two days, using alot of petrol in vehicles for sometimes only 1 or 2 people.

Our activities are low-impact—yoga, hiking, surfing, skiing/boarding, whitewater rafting, SUP, and kayaking are all very low-carbon activities, in fact, zero-carbon (except skiing/snowboarding due to the ski lifts, which is also low). These activities are included in the price we measure. The carbon may increase with travel to and from these activities in vehicles.

The difference: Other travel companies can include high-carbon activities in the price, such as jet skiing, quad biking, and jeep driving, which increases their carbon footprint.

We run more than half of our retreats and holidays in the UK; these are very low-carbon holidays.

We currently don’t measure our guests’ travel as part of our carbon output because our guests don’t only come from the UK, so it is hard for us to predict this. We also don’t include travel in the holiday price, which is not part of our calculations. We know that we provide these holidays, so we are looking to include this carbon measurement in the future so we are investigating how we can reduce this.

The carbon measurements at the top of the page with the icons are per person for the whole retreat.

Ultra-low-carbon holidays

These holidays are below 200 kg per person, and our UK retreats are below 100 or even 70 kg, so these are great adventures for low carbon breaks.

Ski holidays are actually low in carbon!

In France, many ski resorts are turning to green energy to power the lifts. If you eat low in meat and dairy while you’re there and hire your ski equipment, this makes your trip as low-carbon as possible.

How can you help?

There are ways that you can help reduce your carbon when coming on our retreats and holidays:

Travel by train, try slow travel across Europe and the UK.
If travelling abroad to Europe or further afield, choose carbon capture schemes, check out Ecologi. Offsetting is not the best thing to do these days, but try carbon capture where you pay for carbon to be absorbed into the environment.
Car share UK – we recommend when guests travel by train to arrive and depart at the same time to taxi share – which helps keep costs and carbon emissions down. Why not consider car share, too? Most guests who drive come alone or with a friend; we have WhatsApp groups that, if you like, you can see who is driving from your area and enjoy getting to know each other on the way to the retreats, and save on your carbon emissions at the same time!

We are by no means saints when it comes to producing carbon, as a travel company we know this is very difficult to reduce. We are working to reduce our carbon output each year by measuring it and then creating plans to reduce it. We are reviewing all our venues and asking them how they can improve their carbon reduction as we don’t own any of our venues but we would like to work with them to help in any way we can. We want to be transparent with this, so please get in touch for more information. As we change things, we will update the website.

Click on the date to reveal The Retreat Team

Yoga Teacher Helen Moss

Retreat Chef Carla Florim

Yoga Teacher Melanie Hutton

Retreat Chef Carla Florim

Yoga Teacher Nikki Timney

Retreat Chef Hayley North

Yoga Teacher Nikki Timney

Retreat Chef Hayley North

Yoga Teacher Nikki Timney

Retreat Chef Rachel Neat

Yoga Teacher Louise Windsor

Retreat Chef Chamiah Goulbourne

Yoga Teacher Melanie Hutton

Retreat Chef Rachel Neat

Beautiful Peak District

Escape to the breath taking beauty of the Peak District for a transformative yoga retreat. As England’s first National Park, established in 1951, the Peak District offers a rural gem in the heart of central England. With its expansive trails meandering through rolling hills and deep valleys, it’s a true haven for walkers and outdoor enthusiasts.

Immerse yourself in the raw and wild feel of the Peak District, spanning over 550 square miles of diverse landscapes and habitats. From vast open spaces to charming villages nestled along wide rivers and streams, there are ample opportunities for wild swims or simply dipping your toes in the refreshing waters.

Only a three-hour train journey from Central London, the Peak District provides a convenient escape into nature’s embrace. During your yoga retreat, you’ll have the freedom to tailor your experience to your preferences. Join our guided hikes to explore the picturesque surroundings, and afterward, indulge in relaxation amidst the retreat center’s stunning grounds, offering panoramic views that inspire tranquility.

For those seeking a slower pace, cozy up by the fire with a good book and a cup of tea, allowing yourself to unwind completely. As part of our commitment to your well-being, we’ve curated a collection of informative articles to complement your retreat experience. Explore topics such as managing social anxiety, embarking on a transformative journey with Forrest Yoga, understanding the popularity of yoga retreats, and discovering the benefits of yoga for climbing.

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Embark on a rejuvenating yoga retreat in the awe-inspiring landscape of the Peak District, where nature’s beauty and holistic well-being harmonize to create an unforgettable experience.

About the yoga

On our Peak District retreats, the classes are suitable for all abilities. From beginners to intermediate, everyone is welcome! Our inspiring and experienced teachers are well-practised at adapting the class to everyone’s level.

The yoga teacher will create a more dynamic class in the morning to get you ready for the day’s hike and the evening class will be slightly longer to enable deep relaxation with more restorative Yoga styles.


  • Stunning modern venue with lots of space

  • Beautiful views across the Peak District valleys

  • Two days of guided hikes with experienced guides

  • All En-suite bedrooms with beautiful views

  • Outdoor fire pit to admire the stars in the dark skies

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About the Food

We are a Vegetarian / plant-based company and take great pride in creating incredible food on our retreats.

Our breakfasts are a mixture of savoury and sweet with eggs, yoghurt, bread and butter and milk with coffee/tea as well as plant-based options.

Lunch and dinner are more plant-based. Our chefs create diverse and imaginative menus that highlight the seasonality of local produce.

We can cater to all dietary requirements.


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