A brand new alternative corporate retreat company – Eat Sleep Work Retreat – is set to launch a selection of quirky exclusive-use Lake District corporate retreats in May.
Eat Sleep Work Retreat offers companies the chance to work creatively, think differently, be playful and be part of an experience that will leave a lasting fingerprint on their organisation.
Eat Sleep Work Retreat forgoes the hustle, bustle and corporate stuffiness of traditional retreats, in favour of focusing on the great outdoors, immersing in nature and inspirational thinking – brought on by levels of tranquility only attainable in one of the country’s most beautiful and unique natural spaces, yet only three hours by train from the Capital.
Shying away from stereotypical grey airless conference rooms, Eat Sleep Work Retreat’s new retreats aim to inject some brightness into the boardroom, by offering businesspeople characterful corporate spaces, surrounded by spectacular Lakeland scenery alongside an array of exhilarating and inspiring activities including everything from private lake cruises and windsurfing, to yoga and meditation – and everything in between.
Eat Sleep Work Retreat curates its beautiful retreats entirely around its client demands, offering everything from carefully crafted itineraries laden with exciting excursions, to personal chefs whipping up bespoke menus in-line with a company’s personal tastes.
Eat Sleep Work Retreat offers two extraordinary Lakeland properties – Crosthwaite Mill and Fallbarrow Hall – and both are exceptional.
Crosthwaite Mill is a preserved 18th Century corn mill. Set in the secluded Lythe Valley away from the smog, smoke and stress of the city, exposed original features adorn its historic walls, including the huge original waterwheel and grindstones, all which add to the ambience of this idyllic space and help to re-energise, re-focus and develop ideas.
Spacious and elegant, Eat Sleep Work Retreat’s Fallbarrow Hall retreat near Windermere is in the ideal locale for both exploring interesting and adventurous morale building activities as well as admiring spectacular views across Britain’s largest lake.
A retreat with Eat Sleep Work retreat costs from £140 per person, per night plus VAT including food and drink. To find out more visit www.facebook.com/eatsleepworkretreat.