Mindful yoga, meditation & deep relaxation weekend retreat
at Claridge House, Surrey
July 23rd - 25th 2021 FULLY BOOKED
"Recharge, Restore & Reconnect"
Your weekend retreat
Take time out for you, to truly relax, recharge your batteries and really focus on your wellbeing. Step away from every day life, restore balance and reconnect with yourself and nature. Enjoy delicious, nutritious food, freshly prepared for you.
Treat yourself to slow mindful yoga practices, iRest yoga nidra / guided meditations, restorative yoga, conscious breathing, morning meditation, walking meditation and rest deeply.
Take home simple, yet powerful tools to reduce stress, support your wellbeing and peace in your everyday life.
This weekend is full board and all of our retreat bedrooms in Claridge House are ensuite. Our retreat centre is in a rural countryside setting between the villages of Lingfield & Dormansland, with Surrey's rolling hills and lush greenery nearby.
There will be plenty of free time too, where you can relax in the house, take a walk in
the large peaceful private gardens or nearby countryside, dive into a good book
from the library, or just be!
This retreat is suitable for everyone, whether you are new to these practises or experienced, and it gives you the opportunity to learn new skills and / or deepen your practise and knowledge, whilst meeting like minded people.
This will be a small retreat and you are welcome to arrive from 3pm on Friday and we finish at 2pm on Sunday after lunch.
All of the practices / sessions will be taught by Simon Hoten.
Two nights accommodation at the wonderful Claridge House Retreat Centre. All rooms are ensuite.
Four daytime sessions of mindful Hatha yoga including conscious breathing & restorative yoga.
Two evening sessions of iRest Yoga nidra / guided meditation.
Two morning meditation & conscious breathing sessions, plus walking meditation.
Two delicious vegetarian dinners enjoyed inside the lovely dining room, with the option of an outside vegetarian bbq, weather depending.
Two lunches, eaten out on the terrace or in the garden, weather permitting or indoors.
Two continental breakfasts delivered to your room (with a large choice of cereals, fresh fruit salad, yoghurt, toast, boiled egg, juices.
Two tea and (Claridge House famous) cakes served at 4pm.
Free time and space to reset and refocus throughout the weekend.
Pricing - Retreat is now fully booked
£0 - single bed ensuite room*
£0 - per person for a twin or double ensuite sharing*
£0 - twin ensuite (single occupancy)*
*Subject to availability. The rooms will be sold on a first come first served.
Your home for the weekend, will be the charming & beautiful Victorian Claridge House Retreat Centre, recently refurbished with ensuite rooms. Set in two acres of peaceful garden with a delightful pond, and surrounded by the Surrey Hills, an area of outstanding natural beauty. Inside the house there are two spacious lounges, one of which is our meditation / yoga space, dining room & library. WIFI is available in the guest bedrooms where there are also tea/coffee making facilities.
Meals are vegetarian and cooked fresh from the kitchen, using as much locally sourced, sustainable, seasonal and organic produce as possible.
Vegan, Wheat-free, Dairy-free, Gluten-free, Sugar-free meals are also available if booked in advance at time of booking.
By train - Frequent trains from London Victoria to Lingfield (50 minutes) or Dormans (54 minutes) and then it is either a 20 minute walk or 5 minute taxi journey.
By car - 90 minutes drive from Trafalgar Square, London, 20 minutes from Gatwick.
How to Book
Please email me at and I will send you the deposit & booking details
Lingfield Village & around
Within walking distance of our retreat centre (1.2 miles / 1.93km), is the ancient village of Lingfield, surrounded by beautiful Surrey countryside. Known to be in existence at the time of the Domesday book, it was documented in the will of King Alfred "the Great", circa 871AD. Within this charming village (photos below) you will find many fine examples of medieval and Tudor houses as well as 18th century buildings.
Further on is the village of Crowhurst ( 3.5 miles / 5.63 km) where in a small churchyard grows the famous Yew Tree with a girth of 10.01 metres, thought to be at least 1500 years old. The trunk is hollow with a wooden door in it that was placed there in 1820 and is very much linked with history having had what was believed to be an English Civil War cannonball discovered in it's side during the 19th century.
Less than 10 minutes walk away from Claridge House is the village of Dormansland where you will find many beautiful walking routes, along with a post office, small shop and pubs.