I was always brought up to believe that ‘girl time’ was vitally important. From cuddling up on the sofa with a cup of tea and a DVD to dancing until your feet hurt, whether you’re five or 50, time with the girls is totally and utterly necessary. So here are a few spa thoughts on how to spend it with difference!
Cocktails at Cathedral Quarter
One night’s bed and breakfast, an afternoon tea buffet on arrival, a three course dinner with a glass of wine in a private dining room, cocktail school experience, one treatment per person, use of facilities. Available for up to 14 guests. You can also add a dance class at Déda from £15.50 per person, which includes a one-hour dance class, Champagne, and a choice of luxury afternoon refreshments in the CUBE café/bar.
Bubbles and Bento at Hill Valley
One night’s bed and breakfast, a 45-minute treatment, three-course dinner, a light bento box lunch, a glass of bubbly, robes, slippers, towels, use of the leisure facilities.
Surf and Spa at Fistral Beach
Two nights in a Standard Room, continental breakfast each morning, a three-course dinner each evening in the Fistral Beach Restaurant, two group activities from either chocolate making, cocktail making, a surf lesson at the Quiksilver Surf School, or a group facial workshop at the Fistral Spa. Minimum of four people per booking.
Girls’ Day In at Moddershall Oaks
Choose a movie or music playlist, customised balloons and bunting, make-up and hair styling supplies before departure, drinks reception, deli share boards, Elemis tester playtime, one 30-minute treatment, unlimited juice and tea, and a bag of Elemis samples to take away. Available for 4-8 party people, from 10am until 1.15pm, 1.30pm until 4.45pm, 5pm until 8.15pm everyday.
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