Eat Sleep Work Retreat

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By Katina Hristova

 

May saw the launch of  Eat Sleep Work Retreat  – a brand new alternative corporate retreat company, residing in the breathtakingly beautiful Lake District National Park in northwest England. A paradise for nature lovers, with its countless outdoor opportunities and a classic countryside backdrop providing the ultimate feeling of escape, the Lake District is just over a three-hour journey from London.

Eat Sleep Work Retreat, whose parent company, The Dove Nest Group, has been providing companies with experiences that stimulate learning, strengthen working relationships, and generate true creative thinking for the past 35 years, curates its activity-packed retreats fully around its clients’ requirements. You will be offered everything – from carefully crafted itineraries laden with exhilarating experiences (think canoeing, 4×4 off road driving, and even yoga and meditation), through to personal chefs whipping up delicious bespoke meals, according to the company’s taste. The experience promises to increase the team spirit and leave lasting fingerprint on your organization.

The retreat prides itself in its two very special and charming properties – Crosthwaite Mill and Fallbarrow Hall. Nestled in the tranquil Lythe Valley, Crosthwaite Mill is a preserved 18th Century corn mill that still has its original waterwheel and grindstones. Fallbarrow Hall, which boasts views of Lake Windermere, is a beautiful spacious building that is only a 10-minute walk from the cosy little town of Bowness-on-Windermere.

Breathe in the fresh air, absorb everything that the retreat has to offer and build better relationships with your colleagues! After a few days of replacing the grey conference rooms with Britain’s finest scenery, there’s no doubt that the whole team will return to the office refreshed, revitalized and in love with England’s largest National Park (and the Dove Nest Group team)!

 

For more information, please email eatsleepworkretreat@dovenest.co.uk or call 015395 67878.

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