Yorkshire is famous for its beautiful landscapes and the rolling hills and dales for which it is known throughout the world. The Bridge Hotel in Wetherby is a Coaching Inn which combines its 17th century origins with 21st century facilities designed to provide modern visitors with a glimpse into the past.
Set within beautiful grounds, the hotel lies within easy reach of the A1, but surrounded by glorious scenery which gives the impression of being completely secreted away. This makes it the perfect spot for a soothing spa day which offers guests a chance to relax and enjoy the beautiful views and the peace and quiet that they crave, all easily accessible for those who want to make the most of a chance to take a day out to themselves.
The Courtyard Spa has been designed to provide guests with the ideal atmosphere for a relaxing day. This Rasul treatment for two is based on an ancient Arabic tradition which uses glacial mud harvested from the Austrian Alps as a full body treatment. The mud is rich in minerals and nutrients which make it intensely soothing. Once the mud has been applied, it is left to work its magic in the warming steam which helps it to draw impurities out of the skin for a thorough cleanse which will leave guests feeling thoroughly refreshed.
This experience also includes use of the spa’s facilities for three hours, allowing guests to make the most of their day with a soothing sauna and steam room, a refreshing ice fountain, an experience drench shower which is great for the circulation and Japanese foot spas which will give this often-overlooked body part a real treat. There is also an outdoor hot tub for those who want to enjoy a little fresh air and a plunge tub which has therapeutic benefits for those who brave it. This experience is a great way for a pair to spend some quality time together with the added bonus of looking and feeling fantastic at the end of it.
Please note, the mud rasul is self applied and there may be other guests in the chamber with you.
The minimum age for this experience is 18 years old. This experience is available Monday to Friday, throughout the year, excluding Bank Holidays, subject to opening times and availability.
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