Blessed with hospitality and wellbeing in a multitude of different guises, spas in England range from country house hotels like Hoar Cross Hall in Staffordshire - perfect for romantic spa weekends surrounded by luxury and sweeping views - to the urban bliss of specialised spa treatments and solo treats at the likes of The House of Elemis in Mayfair.
Groups of friends can indulge on spa getaways and hen parties at the likes of the newly renovated Ringwood Hall Hotel and Spa, and romantic weekend breaks across the UK are a real treat, especially at the likes of Luton Hoo in Bedfordshire, which is surrounded by acres of exquisite gardens. There are also charming day spas offering superb treatments and experiences - Eden Hall Day Spa in Nottinghamshire has received rave reviews for everything including its vegan lunch options.
While recent years have seen the emergence of some of the most innovative and exciting new spas in the UK, there is no doubt that for many, one of the key draw cards at England’s spa hotels is the abundant history that accompanies contemporary hospitality. Gaia Spa for example, at Boringdon Hall on the edge of Dartmoor, is an exquisite example of this fusion. The historic hotel once housed the ill-fated queen of nine days, Lady Jane Grey, and offers a sense of romance to overnight guests amongst the spectacular Elizabethan architecture with secret archways and stone towers. Meanwhile, its spa is a contemporary new addition with a wealth of facilities and 10 treatment rooms making it perfect for groups.
Amongst the luxurious spa hotels and day spas, England also has its own fair share of destination spas and health spa retreats where you can really unwind, detox and address any wellbeing concerns you may have. Grayshott Spa and Hotel in Surrey is amongst the most famous, as is the collection of Champneys destinations across the UK.
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