The noun seclusion means living in a quiet place away from other people.
Synonyms are isolation, remoteness, solitude, or privacy.
The word origins from Medieval Latin (1610) seclusionem, noun of action from past participle stem of Latin secludere meaning “shut off”.
She lives in seclusion with her husband on an island in the Philippines.
They love the seclusion of their home, far away from the noisy life in the city.
The patients were forced into seclusion lest they infect their wounds.