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Relaxing Spa Break for Two at Bannatyne Charlton Hotel
Charlton House Spa Hotel, Somerset has achieved an enviable reputation as one of the premier style hotels in the South West of England.
There are 28 luxurious bedrooms and suites which have been designed to suit your personal requirements; each room is individually designed with special features such as beamed ceilings or garden views.
This spa break includes a one night stay in a standard double or twin room, with full English breakfast, two course meal and a glass of prosecco on arrival.
Make use of the Spa facilities including Hydrotherapy Pool, large outdoor hot tub, Crystal Steam Room, Experience Showers, Finnish Sauna, Laconium, Ice Fountain and Fitness Studio.
Gain ultimate relaxation by enjoying a choice of a 25 minute treatment time. You will have a choice of a Swedish back, neck and shoulder massage or Bannatyne Energising facial or OPI Manicure.
Dinner is served in the restaurant where you will find luxurious drapes creati
Treatments can be taken on either your day of arrival or departure, arrangements will be made at the time of booking your break. Robes, towels and slippers are provided for your convenience.
Please inform the health club of any skin allergies or medical conditions that may affect you taking part in this activity. 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 break is available Monday to Friday, subject to availability throughout the year.
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