A day at a spa is the perfect way to get away from the pressures of modern living and forget about everything for a few hours. The beautiful surroundings are the first thing visitors will notice on their way to the spa with acres of immaculately tended, mature gardens making way to spectacular views of the Welsh countryside. Once inside, the tranquil interior will begin the process of relaxation as guests are left in the capable hands of the experienced beauty therapists.
There are plenty of people who struggle to relax, finding that they are constantly carrying around the stress of their daily life in the form of knotted muscles, tension headaches and a general feeling of being ‘run-down’.
This experience includes a specially chosen selection of treatments designed to provide guests with a full body boost as they have their muscles soothed with a 55 minute full body massage which will focus on any areas where muscles need extra help. This treatment is the perfect way to unwind and clear the mind as well as giving the body a top-to-toe boost. The process of relaxation will be completed with a super skin facial which is specifically tailored to suit each individual’s skin type and including a firm eye treatment and a soothing scalp massage to leave them looking and feeling fabulous.
Guests will be free to use the spa facilities for as long as they choose, including the beautiful heated swimming pool which boasts incredible views over the gardens. There are also thermal rooms designed to boost the circulation, cleanse the skin and help the immune system to work more effectively.
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 Tuesday to Saturday, throughout the year excluding Bank Holidays.
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