A spa day is the perfect way to recharge the batteries and shed the stresses that most people feel after a long day dealing with work and other commitments. Getting away can make a huge difference, even if it’s just for a day, so this opportunity to carve out some time is the perfect gift for someone who could do with an excuse to spend some quality time being pampered and spoiled a little. The choice of treatments has been hand-picked to ensure that there’s something to suit anyone’s idea of a perfect day of relaxation. The back massage is designed to relieve tension and provide a soothing solution to tired muscles; a Swedish massage is an ideal way to get the circulation going and revitalise the system; hot stones are perfect for anyone who carries their stress in their spine; a facial is an ideal way to boost the skin, leaving it looking and feeling thoroughly refreshed; a manicure and pedicure are proof that taking care of the details can make a huge difference to how a p
Guests will be welcomed by the friendly staff and encouraged to relax from the moment they set foot in the spa. Their choice of treatment will be carried out in one of the tranquil treatment rooms by an expertly trained member of staff who will ensure that they enjoy the very best care and feel fantastic at the end of their session.
Guests are welcome to use the spa’s facilities while they are there, so they can enjoy the soothing steam rooms and sauna, give themselves a bubbly boost in the jacuzzi, enjoy some peace and quiet in the relaxation room and, in the summer, they can take a refreshing dip in the outdoor heated swimming pool. Morning sessions include a light lunch and guests booked in afternoon sessions will enjoy tea and cake making this a perfectly relaxing way to spend a day.
Please note this is a ladies only spa.
Please note this is a ladies only spa. The minimum age is 18 years old. This experience is available Monday to Friday from 10am-1:30pm or 1:30pm-5pm, weekends are bookable for a £10 fee payable directly to the spa. Bank holidays are excluded.
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