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Need a little zen in your life? Clear your diary from November 19 to November 22 and head to Ashford Castle, Co Mayo, for a yoga retreat with the renowned Ata Baechler of Insen Geneva.

Recently restored to all its former glory on the shores of Lough Corrib in the west, guests will enjoy a carefully crafted yoga offering, all set to the tranquil backdrop of Ireland’s second largest lake.

Think morning mediation, detox breakfasts and dinners. Available as a three-night package, the retreat may be combined with a golf package for partners. Time to live like a queen.

www.ashfordcastle.com 

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