One Day Entrepreneur's Retreat in Kilkea Castle in Ireland
- Dominika Stoppa Coaching and Training
- Kilkea, County Kildare, Ireland
- Sep 8, 2019 (1 day)
- Introduction to Meditation and Mindfulness followed by Guided Meditation,
- Introduction to Productivity and Time-Management,
- Entrepreneurs will receive a Workbook with carefully selected coaching tools to reflect on their private lives and businesses. They will define new strategies and action plans.
ScheduleThe Retreat will cover the following program:
10:00 - 10:30 Registration and Networking,
10:30 - 11:30 Introduction to Meditation and Mindfulness followed by Guided Meditation,
11:30 - 12:00 Tea/ Coffee* Break and Networking,
12:00 - 1:00 Introduction to Productivity and Time-Management,
1:00 - 2:00 Lunch* Break and Networking,
2:00 - 4:00 Entrepreneurs will receive a Workbook with carefully selected coaching tools to reflect on their private lives and businesses. They will define new strategies and action plans.
About This Event
The Entrepreneur’s Retreat is designed to stimulate both personal and business growth, and develop a greater balance in life.
The 6-hour Entrepreneur’s Retreat will take place on Sunday, 8th of September 2019 in the Clubhouse at Kilkea Castle, Castledermot, Co. Kildare.
The Entrepreneur’s Retreat will be led by Dominika Stoppa, an Award-Winning Professionally Qualified Coach and Trainer for High-Performing Entrepreneurs.
The Retreat is suitable for:
- Solo Entrepreneurs,
- Small and Medium Business Owners,
- Large Company Owners.
Only 20 places are available on the Entrepreneur’s Retreat. This is a wonderful networking opportunity and time out to work on your goals, strategy and action plan.
- Admission to the one-day retreat and printed Workbook with carefully selected coaching tools to reflect on your private life and business.
What's Not IncludedLunch and tea/coffee are not included in the ticket price. Tables for the group will be reserved in Hermione’s Restaurant at the Clubhouse, which is located just below the training room.
Flights and accommodation are not included.
Venue HighlightsPrepare to feel like royalty when you enter the grounds of one of the oldest inhabited Castles in Ireland. With history dating back to 1180, Kilkea Castle captures the mystical charm of a 12th Century majestic Castle with the overwhelming allure of timeless sophistication and style. After a major renovation that redefines luxury, Kilkea Castle is delighted to welcome you.
Only an hour’s drive from Dublin, once the medieval stronghold of the FitzGerald’s, Earls of Kildare, the Castle was built by Hugh de Lacy for one of Strongbow's Norman Noblemen, Walter de Riddlesford. Today it stands proudly ready to extend a warm Irish welcome to guests from around the globe. It is family owned and managed. The Cashman's aim is to share their passion for the destination through providing authentic, enriching experiences and thoughtful, intuitive service.
Located in Castledermot, along Ireland's Ancient East and set on 180 acres of its own wonderful woodland, gardens and golf course, Kilkea Castle enchants from the moment you drive down the beech-lined avenue overlooking the Killeshin Hills, only minutes from the ancient Mullaghreelan Woods.
Our 140 Bedroom Resort boasts several accommodation options to appeal to all tastes and budgets. Guests can choose from a luxurious Castle Bedroom, a Carriage Bedroom, a Self-Catering Lodge or a Lodge Bedroom. The 11 Bedroom Castle is also available for Exclusive Hire.
AccommodationsAccommodation is not included in the retreat fee. Kilkea Castle offers accommodation starting at €150 per night. Please check their website for details.
Menu/CuisineTables for the group will be reserved in Hermione’s Restaurant at the Clubhouse, which is located just below the training room. The menu includes vegetarian options. Lunch and tea/coffee are not included in the ticket price.
DirectionsFor Guests traveling from Dublin please progress to the M9 from the M7. Exit the M7 at Junction 3, take the 3rd Exit signposted Athy/Castlecomer. At the next roundabout take the 1st Exit signposted Athy/Castlecomer. Continue straight on the N78 for approximately 4.5 miles/7.25 km, turn left at the sign for Kilkea. Continue straight for approximately 0.5 miles/0.8 km until you reach the stop sign, turn left at the sign for Kilkea. Continue straight on the R418 for approximately 4 miles/6.4 km and you will arrive at Kilkea Castle.
For Guests traveling from the South East, please take Exit 4 on the M9 and follow signs for Castledermot. Once you get to Castledermot please follow signs for Kilkea.