Treat that special someone to a luxurious spa day at Stradey Park Hotel and Spa in the Welsh countryside.
Even from a distance, Stradey Park Hotel and Spa is impressive. Standing on a hillside in the Welsh countryside, the beautiful façade gives guests a taste of the luxurious interior that awaits them when they spend a day enjoying all that this immaculately tended hotel has to offer. The well-appointed Parc Spa offers a range of pampering treatments in soothing surroundings, making it the perfect place for a thoroughly relaxing weekend.
With incredible views over the Carmarthenshire and Gower coastlines, Stradey Park offers guests a truly relaxing environment in which to enjoy a range of soothing, calming and revitalising experiences. It’s the ideal spot for a romantic getaway, some time away with a friend or family member or a place to celebrate any special occasion.
Our faces are often the place where our stress or tiredness shows most, so it’s important that they are not overlooked when it comes to relaxation, but a facial which draws on the healing powers of nature is enough to completely rejuvenate the skin. This experience for two includes a 25-minute facial for each guest, using products from the Celtic Elements range of locally-sourced organic ingredients.
Guests can make the day last as long as they want by making full use of the spa’s other facilities, including the thermal suite which comprises a hot tub, sauna and tropical rain room, and a room dedicated to relaxation which is a sure way to find some inner calm.
Please inform us 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 experience is available Sunday to Thursday, throughout the year excluding Bank Holidays.
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