The problem with many retreats is that you frequently need quite a bit of time. And the good ones are often far. Which is why this two-night retreat at Gleneagles looks especially attractive. A program based around time spent in nature (is there anything more restorative?), the days include walks, pranayama breathing, stargazing in Defenders, hiking in the mountains, fly-fishing (via boat), foraging and forest bathing, in addition to the spa and other usual hotel wellness offerings. It’s not inexpensive, but then, you wouldn’t expect it to be.
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