Win a luxury day at Nirvana Spa in Berkshire
Thursday 23 June 2011
Nirvana Spa, the award-winning Berkshire spa, provides the ultimate experience of peace and tranquillity with treatments that have been specifically selected to restore, relax and refresh senses.
That sounds pretty good, doesn't it? Renowned for its pure water source, Nirvana Spa is home to six pure, natural pools fed by a spring deep underground with water clean enough to drink. The spa’s famous floatation therapy pool contains hundreds of tons of minerals and salts from the Dead Sea so you can enjoy a relaxing floating experience while treating your whole body to a therapeutic experience at the same time.
That sounds better than good, right? That sounds great, in fact. How would you like to visit Nirvana Spa - for free? With The Independent, you can. We're giving away a luxury day at the spa for two and a selection of goodies from the Celestial Spa authentic range, and we'll throw in a plush overnight stay at a nearby hotel too, just out of the goodness of our hearts.
To win this extremely relaxing prize, just answer the question below:
This competition closes on Thursday 14 July. The Independent's usual competition rules apply.
For more information on treatments, latest offers and what Nirvana Spa has to offer, visit www.nirvanaspa.co.uk.
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