Day Package Price: £ 95.00
Grooming From: £ 12.00
Treatments From: £ 65.00
Like the hotel, the spa is designed for maximum comfort, with chic country style decor, low lighting and heated floors that make for a refreshing change from uber modern spas which sometimes prioritise style over substance.
The spa has a sauna, aromatherapy room and salt vapour room. Plus, a decked sun terrace, outdoor pool and hot tub, which mean in the summer months it’s easy to lose a day here – even without booking treatments.
There’s plenty of pampering packages on the menu (starting from around £100) that mean girl groups, hen-dos , and pre-wedding events are all well catered for. We particularly like Mother-to-be massages like ‘Baby love’, the half day pass for ‘Teen Queens’ and the ‘Brides-to-be Indulgence’. But there’s also lots of men’s grooming packages if you’re enjoying a romantic weekend break with your other half.
We tried the Elemis Visible Brilliance facial (£80) and a Deep Tissue full body massage (£75), both of which got top marks. The facial is designed for anti-aging and rejuvenation and uses results-driven Elemis products like their Tri- Enzyme Papaya Peel and Resurfacing Gel mask – which tingle reassuringly, yet don’t stop this being a relaxing and nourishing treatment during which you’ll find it hard not to drop off.
Finally, don’t leave without selecting from the spa lunch menu - the hotel attracts foodies nationwide and is well known for its top-notch food.