Most people would say that they are overworked, whether that’s with their job, their household and family commitments or other responsibilities. It can be hard to take some time out to relax and a spa day is the perfect way to do so. The Mill Wheel Spa at the Three Horseshoes has been designed to provide guests with a place to enjoy some peace and quiet and this experience is the perfect way to enjoy a slice of tranquillity for anyone who really needs to get away from it all.
This choice of treatments has something to suit anyone’s idea of a relaxing afternoon, including a mini facial designed to freshen and cleanse skin, leaving it looking utterly revitalised; an Indian head massage which will relieve stress and tension with soothing strokes; a full body exfoliation which will rid the whole body of dull, tired skin and reveal the glowing and radiant skin beneath; or a leg and foot massage which is the ideal way to give this often-overlooked area some much needed care and att
This experience is ideal for anyone who could benefit from a day of pampering to give them a chance to forget about the pressures of their day-to-day life. The treatments have all been chosen to provide guests with a truly relaxing experience, and the trained therapists will do everything they can to provide a soothing and relaxing environment, whichever treatment guests choose.
As well as the treatment, this experience also includes the use of the facilities for the afternoon. These include a sauna which is modelled on an Alpine Brechel cabin, complete with pine needles and herbal steam shots and the mill wheel shower which provides alternating cascades of hot and cold water from a beautifully designed machine that is operated using water power. There is also a hydrotherapy pool outside in the courtyard and a relaxation suite which has everything that anyone could want to help them relax, not to mention a delicious two-course lunch to make the whole day even more special.
The minimum age is 18 years old. This experience is available Sunday to Friday, from 1st September to 30th June. Excludes Bank holidays.
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