There are so many beautiful, Accessible Spas out there, each with their own unique characteristics that turn them from simple spas to personal favourites … so we thought we would share a few of the elements we love to give a little spa inspiration!
Who? If like us, you’re a bit of a treatment junkie, you will be pleased to know that a day at Bowood is designed around Christy Turlington’s Sundari product range – ensuring that your facial, food and post-treatment tea are all part of a matching set!
What? Facilities include a disabled access changing room, hoist into the pool, and two ground floor accessible treatment rooms. Carers are invited to accompany guests for a £10 supplementary fee, including a Dosha lunch box and full use of facilities.
Where? An 18th century estate surrounded by Cotswold countryside … definitely a place to go if peace and quiet are part of the agenda.
Who? Spa6 at Cotswold Water Park welcomes a variety of guests with children’s swimming times and menus as well … which makes it ideal for families where no one wants to compromise on their preferred way to spend time out!
What? The hotel offers bedrooms with disability access as well as ground floor rooms; vibrating pillows for guests with hearing problems in case of an emergency evacuation; the spa has accessible changing facilities, a lift to treatment rooms and adjustable treatment beds. Carers are invited to accompany guests and use the facilities free of charge.
Where? Providing outdoor activities as well as indoor ones, the Gloucestershire based hotel is surrounded by scenic countryside, and is only a short driving distance from shopping in Bristol and Cheltenham, or Cirencester Park Polo Club.
Who? The ancestral home of Sir Hugh and Lady Blackett, the converted stately home has the opulent interiors and surrounding 300 acres of land to make you feel as though you have stepped into a Jane Austen novel – perfect for a romantic break, Mr Darcy not included.
What? Facilities include a pool access chair, accessible treatment room and changing facilities and a lift to the spa. The hotel offers disabled access rooms, ramps to public areas, vibrating pillows for guests with hearing problems in case of emergency, and access to the golf club house. Registered carers are invited to accompany guests and use the facilities free of charge.
Where? The hotel is 15 miles from Newcastle – you can while away days at a time looking at the view across the gardens and 27-hole golf course; or if you want to add to the sense of history the 200 year old remains of Hadrian’s Wall are within easy reach.
Who? Given the all-singing, all-dancing heat and ice facility, and their regular tribute nights, Whittlebury Hall has all the elements for a proper giggle on a girly getaway … who’s up for seeing ‘Tina Turner & Elton John’ on 21st September?
What? The spa and hotel can adapt treatments to personal requirements; there is wheelchair access to changing facilities, treatment rooms and the shop; the pool has staggered steps and a lifeguard available for assistance. Carers are invited to accompany guests and use the heat and ice and leisure facilities free of charge.
Where? The hotel is surrounded by Whittlebury Park golf course and is also next door to Silverstone race course for a day out with a difference. The adjacent village is chocolate-box perfect, and for anyone looking for a little retail therapy, Bicester Village is nearby as well!
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