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Spa Day with Lunch at the Brook Mollington Hotel
With this experience you can relax in the tranquil spa hotel in the Chester countryside. You’re free to spend the whole day at the spa to enjoy all of the fabulous facilities which include swimming pool, sauna and steam room plus use of a snugly robe, slippers and towel for your ultimate comfort on the day. Lunch is included.
Pamper yourself with a choice of 55 minute treatments, Kaeso Prescription Facial, Kaeso Anti-Aging Facial, Aromatherapy Face and Body Sensation, Hot stone massage.
On arrival you will meet with one of the spas receptionists who will confirm the time of your treatments, and where you go to have them. Following your treatments, spend the rest of your day enjoying use of the facilities which include a swimming pool, steam room and a sauna.
Spend your day toning and strengthening your mind or your body, relax, unwind and enjoy a day of superb pampering heaven.
Please inform the venue of any skin allergies or medical conditions that may affect you taking part. A health check will be required which may result in the venue requesting a medical certificate.
The minimum age for this experience is 18 years old. This package is available Monday to Sunday, throughout the year, subject to availability
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