Take time out and relax with this half-day spa and beach hut experience at The Mill Wheel Spa at the Three Horseshoes.
This experience is the ideal gift for anyone with a hectic schedule who could do with a break but can’t take a fortnight off to head to the sun. The experience combines all the best bits of a holiday in the sun in an afternoon, with all the facilities the spa has to offer as well. The beach hut experience is an ideal way to catch some sun, whatever the weather outside, and the benefits are instant and lasting. As well as providing a quick burst of vitamin D, the sunshine can stimulate the metabolism and will leave guests feeling thoroughly revitalised.
As well as time in the beach hut, this experience also includes the use of the facilities for the afternoon. These include a sauna which is modelled on an Alpine Brechel cabin, complete with pine needles and herbal steam shots and the mill wheel shower which provides alternating cascades of hot and cold water from a beautifully designed machine that is operated using water power. There is also a hydrotherapy pool outside in the courtyard and a relaxation suite which has everything that anyone could want to help them relax, not to mention a sumptuous afternoon tea to add an additional touch of decadence to the whole occasion.
The total beach hut treatment time is 25 minutes, facilities can be enjoyed from 1pm-4:30pm.
This experience is for one person, there will be other people there on the day.
This experience is unsuitable for spectators.
The minimum age is 18 years old. This experience is available Sunday to Friday, from 1st September to 30th June. Excludes Bank holidays.
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