For those who have hectic lifestyles and spend their time trying to juggle family, work and other commitments, the idea of taking a break from it all and doing something just for them has a truly unique appeal. A spa day is just what many hard-working people need to help them forget about their seemingly endless list of jobs, and this choice of treatments is the perfect way to unwind.
This selection of beauty treatments is designed to provide the perfect pick me up for anyone who feels like they are in need of some pampering. The expert beauty therapists will leave their guests feeling perfectly polished and ready to impress.
As well as the luxurious experience of being thoroughly pampered for a full hour, just being in the soothing atmosphere of a spa is enough to make anyone feel relaxed. This selection of treatments is enough to make anyone feel fabulous, and includes a luxury manicure, luxury pedicure, a mini facial and an Indian head massage.
By the end of these treatments, guests will have gleaming nails, a glowing complexion and the head massage will help them to completely unwind. Guests can also use the spa’s facilities for the day for an additional payment of £8 per person to help them keep stress at bay for even longer.
Please inform us of any skin allergies or medical conditions that may affect you taking part in this activity. A health check will be required which may result in the spa requesting a medical certificate.
The minimum age for this experience is 18 years old. This experience is available Monday to Sunday, subject to availability, throughout the year excluding Bank Holidays.
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