5 Relaxing and Affordable Wellness Holidays

5 Relaxing and Affordable Wellness Holidays
June 22, 2018 Lauren Howells

5 Relaxing and Affordable Wellness Holidays

If you’ve yet to book your summer holiday and are looking for something relaxing that won’t break the bank, our top 5 wellness holidays could be exactly what you need.

So sit back, relax and channel your inner calm, while you take a look at our wallet-friendly wellness holidays.

  1. Museflower Retreat & Spa, Chiang Rai, Thailand

A yoga retreat is a great way to unwind.

Stay here for either 3, 5 or 7 nights and enjoy two yoga classes per day and daily meditation classes.

Three meals per day are also included, so you will not have to spend more money eating out.

The package also includes pick up and drop off from the airport.

With prices starting from around £382, this place proves that wellness holidays need not break the bank.

  1. Caveland, Santorini, Greece

This is a hostel but not as we know it.

Located in an old winery, Caveland consists of lots of different ‘cave houses’. Spend time taking in the stunning views from the terraces or strolling through gardens filled with pomegranate, lemon and pistachio trees.

Although this does not technically fit into the ‘wellness holidays’ category, Caveland is somewhere that will make your soul sing.

In-house activities include yoga and barbecues. There is even a laundry service for those whose wellness holidays do not include washing.

If you are not fussed about sharing with others, a dormitory-style bunk bed in June in an all-female dorm costs just £24.58 per night at the time of writing.

For those after a little privacy, private double rooms come out at £61.45 for a night in June.

  1. Melia Hacienda Del Conde, Tenerife

If your ideal wellness holidays include getting away from the kids, then this adults-only hotel in Tenerife may be your idea of heaven.

Read your book lying on loungers dotted on tiered sun terraces next to an oversized lagoon pool. Or spend your time in the spa, enjoying a relaxing sauna or a treatment of your choice.

We found a 7-night break in October, including flights, for just under £750 per person.

5 Relaxing and Affordable Wellness Holidays

  1. Wellness holidays: Rejuvenating Summer Yoga Retreat, Somerset

Take a break from the daily grind and spend a weekend relaxing at this summer yoga retreat, which takes place over the summer solstice weekend.

Yoga sessions, which are suitable for those of all levels, take place in a yurt in the stunning Somerset countryside.

As well as two nights accommodation and the yoga sessions, guests also get the chance to take part in a nature walk.

Prices start from as little as £399 for a bed in a shared dorm.

Plus, as you are staying in the UK, you can save on the cost of flights.

  1. Health & Yoga Retreat, Kent

If like most of us, you end your yoga class swearing that you will lead a healthier lifestyle from now on, only to fail as soon as you see a bowl of chips, then Green Farm Kent’s Health & Yoga Retreat could be exactly what you need.

As well as yoga sessions, this retreat also offers the opportunity to take part in a workshop on nutrition and healthy eating.

You also have the use of the sauna and 2 outdoor hot tubs, so you can relax while contemplating your new-found love of healthy food and daily yoga sessions.

Walks across the beautiful Kent countryside are also included, as well as free time to relax away from the stresses and strains of daily life.

Wallet-friendly wellness holidays5 Relaxing and Affordable Wellness Holidays

If you are looking for some time to rejuvenate and relax your mind and body, wellness holidays could be the answer.

Finding your inner zen need not break the bank, as there are options that will suit almost any budget.

Staying closer to home can help to save on the cost of flights. Plus, you will not need to spend many hours travelling to arrive at your destination.

Heading to hostels and sharing a room with other like-minded travellers can also help to cut costs.

If you are flexible about where you go and when you travel, there are big savings to be had. Head on your holidays outside of peak season, if you can.

If you want to save on a break, research is key. Wellness holidays are no different. Take the time to find what you want, at a price that you can afford.