430 East Street, Lenox, MA 01240
413-637-0625 • firstname.lastname@example.org • Eastover.com
Eastover – a holistic retreat center dedicated to serving the greater holistic community – is a 600-acre sanctuary located only minutes from downtown Lenox, Kripalu Center, Tanglewood Music Center and other cultural venues in the Berkshire Mountains in Massachusetts. Eastover offers spacious workshop and program rooms with multiple meeting and studio facilities for teachers, groups, company retreats and trainings. The estate is designed around an evocative “Summer Cottage” to immerse you in a contemplative and holistic environment from the moment you enter its grounds: from its courtyards and terraces overlooking English and Japanese gardens, to its sun-drenched Terrace Café and its inviting mix of manicured greens and meadows, woodland trails and breathtaking views of the Berkshire Mountains. Eastover offers a wide variety of spacious and comfortable overnight accommodations to fit everyone’s budget, from rustic, to contemporary to luxurious.
Located just walking distance from the Mansion is our entertainment venue known as Tally Ho, an iconic gathering place loved for decades by people from the Berkshires and beyond. Tally Ho has the largest indoor space in Berkshire County suitable for receptions, conferences, weddings, lectures, workshops, performances and events of all kinds. It is newly renovated and equipped with a full kitchen, bar, theatrical lighting and state-of-the-art sound system.
Eastover is also ready to host your next corporate retreat. The value of holding a corporate retreat at Eastover is that it distances your staff – figuratively and literally – from day-to-day distractions and allows for a sufficient length of time to contemplate strategic and governance issues. And have you thought about the value of introducing Mindfulness Practice into the workplace? Eastover is the ideal setting to attend one of our Corporate Mindfulness Practice Retreats. Mindfulness Practice is becoming quickly recognized for promoting work productivity and performance and for providing staff with the skills to respond appropriately to their daily challenges in more creative ways. Workplace innovation can be cultivated inwardly and outwardly through the practice of mindfulness.