The Park Royal is a four-star spa hotel, which is conveniently located close to the thriving cities of Chester, Manchester and Liverpool are close by. That said, it’s also within easy reach of the Cheshire countryside, teeming with beautiful villages. The spa at The Park Royal meanwhile is a family-friendly destination that welcomes hen parties and also offers prenatal treatments. Adding to the experience, there’s a wealth of shops close by, as well as attractions including Chester Cathedral, the Roman Amphitheatre, Chester Zoo, Ness Botanical Gardens, and Chester Racecourse.
Donnington Valley Hotel is a four-star spa hotel nestled into the Berkshire countryside, with it’s own 18 hole golf course complete with lakes and verdant vegetation. The hotel has up to date fitness facilities, which includes a charming spa and a large, peaceful pool. The hotel is family friendly but it has a wonderful sense of luxury to it. Breakfast is a treat, the rooms make you feel expensive, and the collection of treatments available ranges from the expected to the spectacular.
Stapleford Park welcomes its guests with all the comforts and luxury that a historic country house spa hotel can offer. Surrounded by 500 acres of Capability Brown landscaped gardens in the heart of Leicestershire, this Grade I listed mansion bears the imprint of multiple architectural styles from the Tudor period to the Victorians. Meanwhile, in the converted Grade II listed Victorian stable block is a luxury spa, part of which is a gym, and the rest of which is about pampering and spa treatments. As they say themselves, ‘at Stapleford Park, you can do as much or as little as you like.’
Sitting at the heart of Kegworth Village, the Best Western Premier Yew Lodge Hotel has a newly opened Marco’s New York Italian by Marco Pierre White amongst its many offerings. The Reeds Health Club and Spa meanwhile forms part of the hotel and is where the ultimate workout or total relaxation can both be found. The fitness suite has the very latest cardiovascular equipment whilst Reeds Beauty offers a haven from the outside world with your friends.
One of the main benefits of the Crowne Plaza Marlow is it’s location. Not only is it located next to a spectacular lake set in five acres of beautiful countryside, the hotel also offers endless possibilities for walks along the River Thames, trips into London, Windsor and Henley, and retail therapy in Marlow’s boutiques. The Quad Club is the hotel’s leisure facility and offers a superb health and fitness suite including a mosaic-tiled swimming pool, hot tub, sauna and steam room. There is also an aerobics studio, gymnasium and Quad Beauty treatment rooms, so you have all of that in one of the most wonderful settings to really add the cherry on top.
As the name suggests, Bicester Hotel Golf and Spa is home to its own 18-hole golf course and it also boasts a luxury health club and gym. Of course, chief amongst its attractions is also its proximity to the famed shopping village, Bicester, which is ideal for visiting before a day of spa treatments with friends. The hotel’s Forest of Wellbeing Spa meanwhile offers a holistic approach to looking and feeling fantastic and even has a private spa garden for summer months. It is the perfect setting to relax, unwind and have a bit of a natter with your nearest and dearest.
Set in over 100 acres of meadowland and hidden amongst the breathtaking valleys of south east Wales, Bryn Meadows enjoys unspoilt rural views of the Welsh countryside. Surrounded by the Brecon Beacons as well as its own 18 hole golf course, groups of three receive a complimentary upgrade to a junior suite, and there are also rooms that sleep three, making it a bit like a childhood sleepover for adults.
They are particularly good at offering beautiful treatments here, especially seasonal rasuls which again are wonderfully group friendly.
Nestled in the heart of Sherwood Forest Clumber Park Hotel and Spa is surrounded by the area’s legendary history and is also just over the road from the Clumber Park Estate, 3,800 acres of National Trust parkland to explore. A modern facility designed for peace and quiet, The New Leaf Spa offers something for everyone, but one of the main features is the large windows that bathe the pool with natural light. From there carry on to the inner courtyard where a cafe provides light refreshments and the natural beauty of the surrounding area has been incorporated into the spa’s décor, to provide a fresh but comfortable environment to relax in with plenty of space for you and your friends.
From the time it first opened in 1878 as the Athole Hydropathic Establishment, the Victorians made the most of the impressive building that is now Atholl Palace Spa Hotel. Not only is there a wonderful sense of grandeur at this historic palace, but the jaw dropping Scottish Highlands make a dramatic setting for this remarkable spa hotel surrounded by hills, gardens and wooded parkland. The Victorians left a well established imprint on the spa hotel, and you will see that many of the original features remain intact. The Lavender Spa for example, draws on its heritage of using the powers of the natural spring water which comes from the mountain of Ben-y-Vrackie mountain. No shortage of things to talk about with your travelling companions then!
With a wide range of leisure experiences available, as well as beautiful treatments using the newly introduced Payot product line, Recency Hotel Dublin is a charming experience for small groups. The hotel is also withi easy reach of Dublin City itself, so it’s definitely worth making a weekend of your stay here and including a spot of shopping and even a live music event at Croke Park.
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