Do you find that you are spending less time with the most important people in your life? Are you too busy for any ‘me time’? If ‘yes’, then you and your other half are probably in great need of a luxury short break.
Well, Auchrannie has the answer, especially as it has just launched its new couples’ retreats.
Escape your hectic life across the Firth of Clyde to the picturesque Isle of Arran where you will find an idyllic sanctuary waiting for you. With all the privacy you need, looking out over the unspoilt landscape, Auchrannie’s self-catering retreats are perfect for people – like you – in search of some peace and tranquility.
How does relaxing on your private patio in the sunshine before taking a dip in the wood-fired hot tub sound? What about chilling out to the sounds of your own playlist with Alexa, or enjoying your favourite box sets on the stylish wall-mounted flat-screen TV? Or, in cooler weather, how about sinking into the comfy sofa in front of the wood-burning stove?
And, enjoy all this, before having a soak in the large double-ended bath and slipping into the super king-size bed.
All this comes as standard when you book a couples retreat at Auchrannie.
And, for those looking to push the boat out – perhaps for a special occasion, birthday or anniversary celebration – then upgrade and opt for an Executive Retreat which comes with its own wine fridge and relaxation wall pod.
Because both the Deluxe and Executive retreats are perfectly self-contained with their own modern, well-equipped mini-kitchen, you won’t even need to leave (well, until it’s time to check out!).
Here is a 360-degree virtual tour of the luxurious accommodation, giving you a sneak preview of what awaits you at Auchrannie.
*If all of the above sounds like your idea of heaven, then you are just one step away from booking your retreat, just simply click here.
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