Yoga Retreats in the 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.

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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.

  • Weather

    Mild spring & autumn, warm summers and cold winters

  • Currency


  • Capital City

    Capital City

  • Seasonal Climate

    Seasonal Climate
    Spring, summer, autumn & winter

  • Rainfall Days

    Rainfall Days
    3 inches per month on average

  • Sunshine Days

    Sunshine Days
    6 hrs a day on average

  • Great For

    Great For
    Hiking, wild-swimming


The best way to arrive by train is to go to Chesterfield, although you can also go to Sheffield. We suggest booking the train times we recommend on the Peak District retreat page on our website in the 'how to get there' section (scroll down) and then you can arrange to share taxis with others

It is about 3 hours from London if you are driving.

The hikes last for about 4 hours and the level is beginner level.

Yes - it is best to have hiking boots, all weather gear and a backpack to carry layers and a bottle of water and a packed lunch with you.

Our Peak District accommodation is a modern home for your springtime which has all the cosy comforts you could ever need. Plush sofas, warming fires and incredible views. An abundance of seating areas both inside and outside means you will have plenty of space. Perfect to curl up with a book or chat with your new retreat friends.

You will be treated to nourishing and wholesome plant-based meals. The retreat's culinary offerings are carefully crafted to support your well-being and provide a balanced and nutritious dining experience. You can indulge in a variety of delicious plant-based dishes prepared with fresh, locally sourced ingredients, allowing you to savour the flavours while nourishing your body.

Absolutely! Attending a Yoga Retreat in the Peak District alone is a wonderful way to embark on a personal journey of self-discovery and inner exploration. Many retreat participants choose to attend alone, providing an opportunity for introspection, self-care, and connecting with like-minded individuals in a supportive and inclusive environment. The retreat offers a welcoming space for individuals seeking solitude, personal growth, or the chance to forge new friendships.

A Yoga Retreat in the Peak District promises an unforgettable experience filled with awe-inspiring natural beauty and transformative moments. You can expect to immerse yourself in the stunning landscapes of the Peak District, with guided hikes that showcase the rolling hills, deep valleys, and picturesque villages. The retreat provides an opportunity to deepen your yoga practice, connect with nature, and find inner peace and rejuvenation. Whether you choose to participate in invigorating outdoor yoga sessions or unwind by the fire with a book, the retreat offers a balanced blend of activities that cater to your preferences and desired level of activity.

It is recommended to bring comfortable yoga attire suitable for outdoor practice, including yoga pants, tops, and layers for varying weather conditions. As the retreat is located in the countryside, sturdy walking shoes or boots are essential for outdoor exploration and guided hikes. Additionally, pack essentials such as a refillable water bottle, a yoga mat, toiletries, and any personal items necessary for your comfort. Don't forget to bring suitable clothing for the weather, including rain gear and sun protection, as well as any medications or personal items you may require. Lastly, bring an open mind, a willingness to connect with nature and fellow retreat participants, and a sense of curiosity and readiness for a transformative experience in the stunning Peak District landscape.

Yes - this venue is not a designated yoga venue and so we ask that you bring what you need to enjoy your yoga practice.


Peak District Yoga Retreat Location

  • Situated near Grindelford, right in the heart of the Peak District National Park
  • Hikes from your doorstep into the Peak District National Park
  • Stunning 360 degree views on some hikes
  • Stunning views of a sweeping valley right from the venue
  • Yoga on the decking in the sunshine in the warmer months
  • Dine alfresco in the warmer months or curl up by the fire in cooler months
  • Nearest train station is Chesterfield about 25 minutes away

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