Perhaps one of the most soothing natural elements in any environment is natural light. The power of this simple feature never fails to amaze, relaxing, uplifting the spirits and providing a sense of calm. With that in mind, it's no accident that the Glass House Retreat is both named and characterised by abundant natural light, setting the scene for a modern wellness break full of feel good factor.
A modern spa
This country escape is purpose built, so every detail is modern and more than fit for purpose. Carefully considered, glass is one of the main design features, opening onto views of seven acres of gardens. All about helping you to feel your best, the focus is on helping you to live a healthier, fitter, and more relaxed life, and facilities reflect their holistic ethos supercharged by modern technology. There's a salt block sauna, cryo chamber, a gym and a heated leisure pool.
A range of spa treatments
The spa treatments enhance that pro-health approach, combining holistic therapies with targeted treatments. As a result, you can choose from deep tissue massages, facials, nourishing wraps, cleansing scrubs, and full-body mineral boosts, as well as the latest Dermalux® and Lipofirm technology treatments for enhanced skin health and focused cellulite reduction.
Plant-based healthy food
The Glass House has a keen focus on nutrition as an essential part of sustainable wellness. The spa was co-founded by Joy Jarvis, a lifelong devotee of vegetarianism, and as such the restaurant is characterised by a healthy (tasty) vegan menu of seasonal fruits, vegetables, nuts, and grains—local, fresh, and delivered daily.
A relaxing stay
The whole purpose of The Glass House is to help you feel cared for as well as happier and healthier than when you arrived. That goal extends to the rooms that you stay in as well. Modern and elegant, they too have large windows letting in the natural light. There's plenty of space, and muted tones add to the sense of understated luxury and deep relaxation.