Modern life features more technology than ever before, with most people carrying around more computing power and access to information in their pocket than their parents had available to them throughout their lifetime. However, the downside to this increased access to information and communication means that it is increasingly difficult to ‘switch off’ and take a proper break from the pressures of daily life.
For those who struggle to stop working their way through their to-do lists, even when they are trying to enjoy a little downtime, a spa day is the perfect way to de-stress and focus on doing nothing. The added appeal of spending the day at a castle, tucked away amongst the trees makes this a great choice for anyone who needs to get away. This spa day offers guests the chance to choose two soothing treatments from a hand-picked selection designed to leave them feeling fantastic.
This choice of beauty treatments has something for everyone and guests can pick two of the following 25-minute treatments: an ESPA salt and oil scrub, designed to exfoliate the skin and leave it feeling smooth and nourished; a ESPA back/scalp, neck and shoulder massage which will soothe away any tension held in the muscles; an ESPA invigorating foot ritual which provides some much-needed attention to an overworked part of the body; or a Jessica file and polish for perfectly presented nails.
It may be in a castle, but this spa has everything their guests could wish for, including a well-equipped gym and a thermal suite featuring a sauna, steam room and relaxation suite. The treatment rooms are designed to provide a calming atmosphere to allow guests to thoroughly unwind. This experience also includes a light lunch with a glass of wine and the chance to use the spa’s extensive facilities all day.
The minimum age for this experience is 18 years old. This experience is available Monday to Sunday, throughout the year excluding Bank Holidays, subject to opening times and availability
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