It’s Paris and it’s adults only. With suites for up to four, a group getaway calls. Indulge in the many treatments available such as hot stone massages and facials, swim in the 13 metre pool and relax in the NUKE Spa. Round off your mini break with a trip to the Paris sales – they get even better as the month goes on!
In need of something restorative? Take advantage of cheap January flights to Malaga and enjoy natural Thalasso therapy on a spa mini break on the balmy Costa del Sol. Seaweed wraps, hot rocks massage, corporal peels are some of the many treatments on offer as well as three heated pools and the chance to relax in the sunshine overlooking the sea front.
Want to take the family? The Pillo Hotel, just 20 minutes from Dublin Airport ticks that box too with a children’s pool, children’s meals and the sights of Dublin within reach. Possible treatments on your spa mini break include Swedish back massage, pregnancy treatments and therapies specifically for him.
The great outdoors beckons at Lough Eske Castle. Set in 43 acres of forest woodland on the edge of Lough Eske in County Donegal, take a walk to work off some of that Christmas excess then come back and relax in the dedicated Spa Solis. Your spa mini break could include treatments such as their signature massage or a nourishing hand or foot massage. There’s an infinity pool and Spa facilities including a sauna, steam room and jet bath too, as well as a gym.
With 11 treatment rooms this convenient spa hotel just off the A1 in Bedfordshire is ideal for a large group. Your spa mini break could include a swim in the 13 metre pool followed by treatments such as Y Spa Fresh Face, Y Spa Soothing Scalp and Y Spa Happy Hands. Maybe you could opt for a workout in the state-of-the-art gym beforehand. It is also an Accessible Spa with facilities including a mobile hoist in the pool, a ramp in the garden with guide dogs welcome.
Frazzled and in need of complete care to face the rest of the winter? Total relaxation is the message at this former stately home surrounded by 50 acres of landscaped and natural gardens. Adults only, there is no need to get out of your dressing gown until dinner (not to be missed) if you don’t want to on this spa break. Opt for a Winter Rescue Facial, a Body Blitz massage or Elemis Serene Spa Face and Back Treatment. There is lots more to do if you are feeling more energetic too!
Spectacular beauty awaits you at Portavadie on the shores of Loch Argyll. Your mini break here, with versatile luxury accommodation suitable for groups, families or couples, will allow you to wash away winter cares when you enjoy what is possibly the largest heated outdoor infinity pool in Scotland. Imagine it, outside in January, in Scotland! Treatments in the ultra modern spa are varied, after which you will be able to feast on the locally produced food available in their restaurant as well.
Combine your mini spa break with five star dining. Boringdon Hall is set in the beautiful south Devon countryside. The restaurant has been awarded five stars by the AA and as well as two rosettes, all of which you can look forward to this whilst indulging in spa facilities and treatments such as a Gaia full body massage, facial or back ritual.
Zumba, Pilates or spinning are all available; if you feel the need to move a bit with the short winter days have a go on a spa mini break at this refined hotel and spa in historic St. Albans. If relaxation is more your thing then stick to the pool and spa treatments such as an ESPA Aromatherapy Facial, Skin Hydration Wrap or a Deluxe Pedicure. To top it off, enjoy a walk around this interesting old town with its Roman remains, street market, and, it seems almost as many pubs as streets.
The Retallack Resort and Spa offers prenatal treatments amongst the collection and also allows your little ones to be present while you’re there! Not that that is all that is on offer on your mini break here. The beautiful Cornwall escape offers wraps, signature rituals and body sculpting amongst the treatments available plus a super swimming pool, sauna and steam room. The self catering lodges make it ideal for groups as well as families, although there are restaurants on site too. The cherry on top is that it’s only a few steps from Retallack beach, giving you a chance to really blow those winter cobwebs away.