With the spas located in Bury St. Edmunds and Colchester they are both surrounded by exquisite countryside and offer a unique ambience in which to relax the mind, soothe the soul and lift the spirit.
The facilities include an exclusive fitness club, Spa and restaurant. They work in partnership with Elemis to offer beauty therapies and spa rituals in luxurious treatment rooms. Their retail area boasts the latest technology in Elemis Biotec, Skin Reveal and latest product lines which will allow you to benefit from the latest developments.
Whether this gift is intended as a treat for someone special, or you simply fancy indulging yourself, this experience is ideal. With full access to the club’s facilities, as well as a treatment, take the time to truly recharge, reflect and revitalise. You will also receive a one course lunch.
You may choose from one of the following 55 minute pamper treatments:
Chocolate Full Body Massage
Bamboo Full Body Massage
Swedish Full Body Massage
Deep Tissue Full Body Massage
Lava Shell Full Body Massage
Elemis Skin Specific Facial (men's or women's)
Upon arrival, you will be welcomed by one of the health club's receptionists who will confirm the time and location of your treatments as well as what services are available for you to use throughout your day. The classic facilities typically include cardiovascular machines, heated pool, steam room and sauna, as well as a program of finesses classes to suit any exercise ritual.
Whether you wish to spend your day strengthening your mind or your body, relax, unwind and relish a day relaxing out.
Please inform the spa of any skin allergies or medical conditions that may affect you taking part. 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 Friday, with very limited weekend availability, throughout the year subject to opening times and availability.
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