Fermain Valley Fitness Retreat

Fermain Valley Fitness Retreat

Fermain Valley Fitness Retreat

Price Guide: £175 per person

Dates: More dates coming soon
Times: 8.15am – 3.30pm

Your Day Retreat includes:
✓ ‘Wild Fitness’ guided workout 
✓ ‘Trek Fit’ dynamic fitness experience 
✓ ‘Wind Down’ session
✓ Healthy breakfast, lunch, snacks and drinks
✓ Complimentary gift worth £25

Improve your fitness during this unique island retreat, with Fermain Valley’s lush terrain as your backdrop. 

Your experience begins with a ‘wild fitness’ session. This open-air class teaches you how to bring natural surroundings into your exercise regime, and invigorates you for the day ahead with cardio and strength-based exercises. Embrace the freedom to really get a sweat on whilst you are surrounded by magnificent views in every direction.

Enjoy breakfast overlooking Fermain Bay before your guided ‘Trek Fit’ experience. This is a chance to explore and reconnect, harnessing the calm and joy that comes with time spent in the fresh air with good company. Get to know your fellow explorers as we lead you through Guernsey’s beautiful cliff paths, with seascapes and wildlife in abundance. It’s the perfect escape from everyday life - don’t forget your camera!

By now you will have worked up quite an appetite. Tuck into a lunch featuring the finest local ingredients, specially selected by our Head Chef. This afternoon we slow right down, allowing you to reset mind, body and soul. Your beachside ‘wind down’ session involves a peaceful stretching and grounding routine to the tune of the waves. For those partial, you may wish to bring bathers and plunge into the sea to embrace the benefits of water therapy.

On your return to Fermain Valley, you are welcome to relax in the hotel grounds and lounge areas. 

Optional extras
Add a Tree House Treatment featuring 10% off
Add overnight accommodation from £125
Add an evening dinner at Mexican restaurant Buho or steak restaurant The Rock Garden

To book: Email [email protected]

Please note that outdoor activities may be moved to more suitable locations during adverse weather conditions