Treat yourself to a (very) well deserved escape to the country. Enjoy a luxury stay at Fair Oak Farm, a renowned 12 acre boutique countryside estate known for its uninterrupted peaceful surroundings. Accommodation includes a stunning Grade II Listed Sussex farmhouse (c1600), a range of converted Grade II Listed farm buildings and barns, eco-lodge tree houses and shepherd’s huts.
Dogs are welcome to stay in the converted Barn accommodation and frolic around the acres of ground 🐶. Limited dog friendly rooms available.
As the retreat will take place mid-week, feel free to work remotely from the estate if your work permits you to knowing all your meals are included and nature is on your doorstep. Or take some time off to recharge from a truly exhausting year. All yoga classes are optional and how you spend the rest of the day is up to you. Please let us know of any dietary requirements but all meals will cater for vegetarians and vegans.
Arrive any time after 4pm on 20th September, depart any time on 23rd September. We’ll serve lunch on the last day so you can take your time.
- 3 nights luxury stay at Fair Oak Farm
- 6 optional yoga classes. A mixture of Vinyasa flow and Yin (please bring you ow yoga mat)
- Breakfast and Dinner. A light Lunch buffet will also be available everyday however you are free to explore the region and go on your own trips during the days.
- Movie night and cosy drinks around the fire pit
- There are country and woodland walks in every direction around the farm for you to enjoy during your stay. Bring your walking boots!
- Outdoor sauna
- Beauty Treatments are available to book in advance at an extra cost!
- Limited dog friendly rooms are available at request🐶
What’s Not Included
- Travel to the venue
Co-Teacher Corrie McCallum
Corrie’s teaching style is fluid, inspired by degree level Osteopathy and Psychology studies to create a biomechanical yet creative approach, inspired by the freedom of her dance background. (Something we both have in common there!)
Corrie guides her students to practice from a place of mindful engagement, rather than creating more strain, tension and ego. For many people, loving their bodies feels like an epic task, Corrie facilitate a space that fosters acceptance as a first step, love might come later. (We are both) passionately anti-diet culture and practice the HAES approach (health at every size).
Being qualified in many areas allows Corrie to cater for her clients’ complex needs with a varied range of knowledge and experience. She lives what she teaches and has a regular yoga and pilates practice, as well as rock climbing and running obstacle courses, weight lifting, swimming and cycling. She sees activism as a big part of her role as a teacher and there are some key areas in which she is currently pushing her own learning, such as anti-racism, fatphobia, anti-diet culture, abelism, health care inequalities, feminism and environmentalism.
Corrie is a dear friend and mentor to me and we can/will learn so much form being in her presence. I’m honoured that she will be joining the retreat in September. Above all else she is a right laugh and we’ll all just have a fabulous time together.
About Annie (our Chef)
Annie McKenzie is an actor, writer, director, producer… all round artist extraordinaire!
She also happened to appear on MasterChef in 2016 and came sixth. Wild.
Since then, Annie has worked in various kitchens, hosted supper clubs, worked as a private chef, launched an immersive dining company called Scripts for Supper and was head chef of Shotgun Carousel’s ‘Red Palace’ at The Vaults in 2019 before most recently launching a plant based comfort food delivery service in London called Annie’s Kitchen.
Guided by an international palate thanks her French heritage, Annie’s food has a modern European feel with the comfort of stuff your mum (or dad, or primary caregiver) used to make.
Some mates have said things like “humble”, “clever” and “joyous”, while people like Jay Rayner have said her food is, “Rich. It’s serious. It’s delicious” and Marcus Waring noted, “You’ve got a serious cook on your hands”.
Annie is really excited to be coming on board and working with Alice and Corrie to deliver a short week of yummy food, yummy yoga and spending time in your even yummier company!
Rooms and Prices
Prices are for Single Occupancy.
Due to limited capacity at the venue only certain rooms are available for sharing which are stated below.
If you have a partner or a friend who wants to join the retreat and share one of the sharing rooms with you there are 2 price options for them which will be added to the cost of the room:
- Friend to share your room who doesn’t want to do yoga (£275)
- Friend to share your room who does want to do yoga (£325)
Master bedroom, ensuite and spacious closet room – £700 Bedroom 2 (1 double bed and 1 single bed) ensuite – £600 Bedroom 3 and 4 are both doubles. These rooms share a bathroom – £525 Bedroom 5 and 6 are located in the cosy attic. Shared bathroom. One double bed and one large single, best treated as a shared space – £500
Eco lodges and huts
- x1 Eco Lodge (the Treehouse), ensuite, kitchenette and living space – £725 (only available for single occupancy) 1 REMAINING, FINAL SPACE
x2 Shepherd Hut – ensuite, kitchenette and log burner – £600 Hay Barn – ensuite, kichenette and living space – £625
Converted Barn – Dog friendly rooms! 🐶
Stable Cottage – double, ensuite, kitchennet and livng space (with sofa bed) – £625 (available for sharing or single occupancy) x1 ensuite double – £550
A 50% non refundable* deposit is required to reserve your booking.
Payment plans are available – please get in contact to discuss.
*UNLESS there is another Covid-19 induced lockdown and the venue is forced to close in which case you will receive a full refund.