Relax in the South-east's most soothing spas

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Heythrop Park Resort, Oxfordshire


Where better to unwind than in the elegant surroundings of Heythrop Park Resort? The Health Club & Spa boasts three luxurious and tranquil spa treatment rooms. Don’t miss the state-of-the-art gym, sauna and steam room, and the beautiful 20-metre heated swimming pool. The resort also offers a new 18-hole championship-level golf course and clubhouse, two hotels including a new Crowne Plaza due to open on 1 October, and an onsite crèche for little guests.


Contact: 01608 673333;

heythropparkresort.co.uk


Enstone, Chipping Norton, Oxfordshire OX7 5UE

Pennyhill Park Hotel & The Spa Surrey

This multi-award-winning spa offers 21 spacious therapy rooms, a VIP suite and an 11-room Thermal Heaven of varying temperatures, humidity and scents. Add to that a host of heavenly treatments and you’ll feel the luxury is limitless.

Contact: 01276 471774; pennyhillpark.co.uk
London Road, Bagshot, Surrey GU19 5EU Rowhill

Grange Hotel & Utopia Spa, Kent

This award-winning spa centres on the tranquil and therapeutic nature of water, with stunning interiors reminiscent of a Roman bath house, stone columns and a Japanese therapy pool complete with underwater massage beds and soothing waterfall. And if you book a Heaven Scent spa day by 6 December, you’ll get not only £160 worth of gorgeous treatments, but also full use of the fabulous spa facilities and a delicious two-course lunch free of charge.

Contact: 01322 615136; alexanderhotels.co.uk/rowhill
Wilmington, Kent, DA2 7QH

Careys Manor Hotel & SenSpa, Hampshire

Careys Manor Hotel and SenSpa combines traditional English elegance with contemporary oriental sophistication. Indulge in the award-winning Thai spa, hydrotherapy pool, herbal sauna, crystal steam room, ice room and the fabulous “experience showers” (tropical-, sea- or ice-storm showers, complete with thunder and lightning). But leave time for the exotic treatments, which range from aromatic slimming massages to soothing organic facials.

Contact: 01590 623551; careysmanor.com
Brockenhurst, Hampshire SO42 7RH

Nirvana Spa, Berkshire

Imagine the luxury of choosing from six natural spring-fed pools, brimming with water clean enough to drink. At the centre of this spa is the Roman Room: with high ceilings, columns and palm trees, it has a large pool surrounded by loungers. Float your way to bliss in a flotation therapy pool; relax in the tepidarium; revitalise with a monsoon shower; then indulge in the fabulous treatments, from Celestial Sparkling Eyes to the Head in the Clouds massage.

Contact: 0118 989 7500; nirvanaspa.co.uk
Mole Road, Sindlesham, Wokingham, Berkshire RG41 5DJ

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