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Thermal Relaxation with Afternoon Tea at Doxford Hall for Two
A day spent in pursuit of inner calm can only be enhanced with a meal designed to provide a little something extra during the long stretch between lunch and dinner. An afternoon tea experience is the ultimate combination of relaxation and indulgence and a perfect way for any pair to carve out some time to spend together.
Guests can relax by the pool in their robe and slippers, release tension from their muscles in the sauna and make use of the entire range of facilities for the whole day, stopping only to sample an array of expertly prepared sandwiches, pastries and, of course, perfectly brewed tea.
This experience for two is the perfect way to enjoy a spa day with guests being able to choose exactly what they do and when for as long as they want. Each guest will have a robe and slippers to enhance the experience which includes the use of all the facilities, including the swimming pool, steam room, relaxation room, sauna and spa bath.
The afternoon tea has been specially designed to be a treat for all the senses, not least because it’s served in either the Georgian Room, the Morning Room or the incredibly elegant Library. The menu consists of dainty fingers sandwiches with the crusts cut off, freshly baked savoury and sweet scones followed by pastries and cakes and all accompanied by tea and coffee. This is the perfect opportunity for two people to spend some quality time together enjoying a day of decadence.
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 Monday to Sunday subject to availability, throughout the year, subject to opening times.
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