This modern-day Umbrian monastery has no TV or wi-fi and acts as a buffer zone between you and the digital world.
Inspired by 14th-century design, the 17 rooms have wrought-iron beds, rough-hewn stone desks and window seats from which to watch tendrils of mist play chase in the valley. Dinner is vegetarian, eaten by candlelight and, preferably, in monastic silence. Activities include yoga, meditation, walks, forest bathing and stargazing. Sign up for the. Gregorian chant workshop and you’ll be well on your way to spiritual awakening. Three nights’ full board from £1,389pp, including flights and transfers (merrioncharles.com)