With lots of space to sit around and relax in peace and quiet, Pennyhill Park’s spa is the perfect place to relax on World Book Day. The ballroom pool has underwater music and when you emerge there are plenty of loungers waiting for you to flop and relax on. Meanwhile, if the weather shows signs of improvement, you can swim into the outdoor hydrotherapy pools before reclining in style on an extensive outdoor terrace by yet another pool.
Offering an oasis of calm amidst the buzz of the city, Intercontinental London The O2 brings an Eastern influence to the spa experience, complete with mosaic tiles and sumptuous rugs. They also have an unusually large pool for a city spa and seriously comfy loungers to sit beside it on.
Surrounded by Cheshire countryside, Rookery Hall Hotel & Spa is a romantic getaway within easy reach of lots of attractions. The 19th century hotel is home to a luxury spa where a glass roofed 18-metre swimming pool (amongst other facilities) awaits, complete with space to sit and watch the ripples as you get into that book of yours.
The question isn’t ‘if’ there is somewhere to sit at Rockliffe Hall, it’s where. The contemporary spa in the grounds of this spectacular hotel, has had a whole new revamp recently and now there’s not just a beautiful indoor pool to sit by, but also a tantalising alfresco spa complete with two hot pools including an infinity pool, a Jacuzzi, and lounging area surrounded by landscaped gardens and spectacular views.
Steeped in history and surrounded by Devon countryside, Gaia Spa offers a romantic space in which to relax and unwind in lavish style. There’s an infinity pool as well as a hydrotherapy pool and an array of comfy indoor and outdoor sofas and loungers to relax on around them. Then there’s all that Devonian outdoor space to relax in when the sun shines – nothing could be more Sense and Sensibility.
A picturesque building surrounded by beautiful grounds, The Welcombe is a great place to visit with friends thanks to the apartment accommodation that it offers. The pool is a wonderful length for swimming in, and particularly in the early morning it is calm and peaceful, perfect for a swim and a morning read for World Book Day.
Set in landscaped gardens with panoramic views of the beautiful Malvern Hills, the aptly named Malvern View Spa has a panoramic sun terrace to compliment its extensive pool. A pool with a view – what more could you want?
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