Ivybridge Spa provides the perfect environment from which to enjoy a day dedicated to relaxation and wellbeing, with every detail been specifically designed to melt away any stress resulting from our busy, modern schedules. With training in the latest, innovative treatments and in depth knowledge of the spa industry, each member of the friendly Ivybridge team will be on hand to answer any questions during your experience. Sit back, relax and prepare to indulge in some well-deserved me time in the form of two treatments and over an hour of private use of the spa facilities. Lunch can also be included at an additional cost which will need to be booked at least 24 hours in advance.
The Ivybridge Spa philosophy encourages guests from far and wide to discover their beauty from within by taking time out to visit the calm and serene surroundings of Ivybridge Spa. Upon arrival, you’ll receive a friendly greeting from one of the members of staff and be sure to grab your robe, slippers and towel as well as any lotions or potions to aid relaxation. Not only does this experience include over an hour of private access to the hydro pool, steam room and sauna, but it also includes a 30 minute back, neck and shoulder massage designed to tease out any stubborn aches or pains and release lingering tension. Visitors will also enjoy a 1 hour prescription facial, which will be adapted to your skin’s unique tone and texture; nourishing, hydrating and purifying where necessary. Prepare to leave Ivybridge feeling refresh, revitalised and ready to face the world.
The minimum age is 18 years old. This experience is available Tuesday to Saturday, excluding Bank holidays.
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