More about Spa Days in Wales
In the most western part of the United Kingdom is where Wales is located. The northern and the western borders are formed by both the Irish Sea and St George's Channel, and the south is bordered by the Bristol Channel. With a population of around 3,000 million and a size of approximately 20,700 km².
Beautiful welsh landscapes from the mountains, beaches, coastal paths, gardens and lakes. Summer Festivals and various events. Rich in history and ancestry from castles to villages. There's so much to do and see in wales whilst you receive one of our amazing treatments at one of the selected Wales spa venues and health facilities.
Choose from a plentitude of treatments and therapies, from manicures and pedicures to various massages and facials, there will undoubtedly be something for everyone. And providing these amazing deals we have some great venues, well known ones including various Bannatyne's health clubs and Schmoo spas, also
Glamorgan is also known as Morgannwg or Sir Forgannwg in Welsh. This county found nethermost part of wales, resting against the Bristol Channel, and nestled between Monmouthshire to the East, Carmarthenshire to the West, and Brecknockshire to the North. Cardiff is located on the South Border of Glamorgan, it is a port city on the coast and since 1955 it has been proclaimed the nation’s capitol. Cardiff is home to many attractions and forms of entertainment with the likes of Wales Millennium Centre. Swansea, the second largest city is found to the west. Why not check out all that Morgannwg has to offer, whilst enjoying one of our rejuvenating spa days or a refreshing treatment, from massage to manicures, provided by great venues including Bannatyne’s, Marriott Hotels and the unique Vale Resort!
Found leaning against the inside of the south eastern border is where you will find Sir Fynwy; Monmouthshire. This historic county borders Gloucestershire to the east and Glamorgan to the west. The borders of Monmouthshire were formed during the Welsh Marches in 1535, where the Marcher Lords would lead a march to guard the border between England and Wales. Packed full of history and antiquity this compelling county is a great place to go during a spa day. Why not go for a day full of pampering, or a lava shell recovery experience at one of our Schmoo Spa’s or Marriott Hotels, and finish, or even start your day off with a little tour through time.
Forming most of Wales western area and taking up around 5765.75 km² of land if Dyfed. A preserved welsh county with a lengthy coast from the western Irish Sea to the Southern Bristol Channel. The southeastern area of Dyfed is Carmarthenshire, mainly hilly and coastal areas, but also full of beautiful river valleys and great sightseeing locations. The county also contains the Pembrokeshire Coast National Park, with a great walking trail around 186 miles in length. If you want a sensational and satisfying spa session at one of our to quality facilities, then why not enjoy it that little bit more with Dyfeds exquisite scenery!
Known as Abertawe in the Welsh language and officially the City and County of Swansea. A coastal city situated on Wales sandy southwestern seacoast, also is held within Glamorgan's historical borders. Relax on Llangennith Beach or Oxwich Bay and take in the sun’s rays. Discover the alluring Clyne Gardens, or take an adventure or long walk through Penllergare Valley Woods. Why not increase your knowledge and visit the National Waterfront Museum, or another of Swansea’s museums.
This county is a brilliant place to explore or just as a backdrop while you unwind at one of our astounding resorts. Take some time in a Bannatyne's facility and return feeling fresh and revitalized.
Cardiff, also known as Caerdydd in Welsh, is the capital port city of Wales (since 1955), and occupies within the historic borders of Glamorganshire and is its county town. Home to the national rugby union team and the Millennium Stadium. Holding many attractions and points of interest within, from a ‘Doctor Who’ Locations bus tours, museums, stadiums, parks and old castles.
Make a real day of your spa experience and enjoy one or more treatments from the array our venues have to offer, and take an adventure down to Caerdydd!
At the tip-top of wales is where you will find the county of Conwy, bordered to the north by the Irish Sea, west and south by Gwynedd, and east by Denbighshire. Against its northern coast is Colwyn Bay, a seaside resort overlooking the Irish Sea, and it also consists of around 25% of the Snowdonia National Park. As you delve deep into Conwy you can discover the attractions and the antiquity of the towns and villages, from the medieval Conwy Castle to Morfa Beach and the Bodlondeb Nature Reserve. Indulge yourself and a loved one with a luxurious experience for two. If you are a chocoholic then you would love our Champney's chocolate wrapper experience, or if you just need a rub down then go for a full body massage.
Near the southwestern shore, snug between Bridgend, Swansea and Powys, you will find Castell-nedd Port Talbot; Neath Port Talbot. Its main towns include Neath, Port Talbot and Pontardawe, thus the name. Brecon Beacons national park borders the northern part of the county. There are plenty of points of interest floating around Neath Port Talbot and its containing towns and villages, for instance Aberavon Beach, Gnoll Country Park, Cefn Coed Colliery Museum and Aberdulais Falls.
Manicure, pedicure, facials, massages and other sensationalistic therapies and treatments await you during your journey in this stunning county.
Regardless of whether you are on a holiday, a weekend retreat, a family visit or even a business trip. Wherever you are in the Wales and whatever you are doing, we have a Spa Day experience that you can fit into any schedule!