Surrounded by panoramic views of Blessington Lakes, Tulfarris Hotel brings you the perfect chance renew and recharge your batteries. With plenty of activities for children, this welcoming hotel’s spa has two treatment rooms and the treatments are available from Thursday until Sunday using the famed Decléor products.
Nestled away in the shadow of the Galtee Mountains, Ballykisteen is in the heart of County Tipperary and has beauty and treatment rooms for some good old fashioned pampering, after a workout in the pool and a sweat in the steam room. Facilities include a swimming pool, Jacuzzi, steam room, sauna, and a fully equipped gym. Using Decléor to maintain the body’s harmony and balance by using aromatherapy and offer packages that apply specifically to mums-to-be, as well as the usual treatments you’d expect, from massages, facials, and reflexology, to manicures, pedicures, and spray tanning.
In pristine grounds peppered with benches and garden swings as well as tennis courts, a pitch and putt, boules, and cycling, Ragdale Hall Spa is a specialist health spa with all the facilities including a candle pool, indoor/outdoor waterfall pools, whirlpool, aromatherapy scented colourflow cave, volcanic salt bath, rose sauna and experience showers. Meanwhile, well-informed staff use Elemis, Clarins and Decléor products in range of body treatments and facials as well as offering dry floatation therapy, reflexology, Reiki, acupuncture and OPI manicures and pedicures.
In this beautiful lakeside setting, Champneys Forest Mere brings health and wellbeing to a new level. Located in Liphook, a leafy Hampshire village, the Manor House is framed by 160 acres of enchanting woodland and sweeping greens. The health spa is an adult only destination for anyone age 16 and over. With 43 treatment rooms making it perfect for groups, the spa offers treatments using product lines like Carita, Decléor, Elemis and Jessica. They also have an Alternative Health Clinic where you can receive therapeutic treatments such as Reiki, Graphology and Palmistry.
In a historic Victorian property, Reynolds Retreat is a day spa that looks out on 17 acres of parkland. There are six treatment rooms, a 16m deck level pool, hydrotherapy spa pool, tiled aroma steam bath, Finnish sauna, monsoon showers, deep relax room, heated tiled loungers, individual foot spas, an ice fountain, and a manicure/pedicure room.
Lion Quays is beautifully situated, on the banks of Llangollen Canal. Set in 500 acres of parkland, the National Trust’s 13th century Chirk Castle is a popular tourist attraction, while guests stay at this former pub blessed with contemporary architecture and lots of natural light. The spa has 12 treatment rooms using Decléor, Natural Spa Factory, Jessica and Bare Minerals products and facilities include a 25 metre swimming pool a hydrotherapy pool, a whirlpool, a snow cave, a starlit livello steam room, a sauna, sanarium, rasul mud chamber, experience showers, sun meadow and a variety of relaxation lounges.
The Cotswold Water Park Four Pillars Hotel that plays home to De Vere Cotswold Water Park is, unsurprisingly given the name, surrounded by woodland, rivers, lakes and open countryside. A family friendly destination, spa facilities have a gym, spa hydro swimming pool surrounded by heated loungers, a sauna, experience shower, bucket shower, steam room, relaxation suite, mud rasul, dry floatation room and manicure stations. Treatments use Decleor and Jessica products and therapists provide a range of manicures and pedicures in the Champagne Nail Bar as well.
With rooms in the original 15th century Tudor farmhouse, Lythe Hill Hotel and Spa is a romantic destination with an award-winning restaurant. The Amarna Spa is inspired and named after the Egyptian queen, Nefertiti, and has been designed to reflect the famed beauty’s desire for peace and tranquillity. Spacious and light, it has a 16-metre swimming pool, cold temple shower, sauna, steam room and whirlpool alongside a variety of treatments which use Elemis and Decleor products.
The warm, Cotswold stone and chocolate-box perfect architecture of The Lygon Arms is the first thing that strikes you upon arriving at the hotel which dates back to 1532. Surrounded by three acres of grounds, the spa has had a complete renovation and is nestled amongst beautiful landscaped gardens. It also offers a number of treatments and therapies using Oskia, Decléor and Jessica products, and there is a relaxation lounge to recline in afterwards.
Built amongst the foundations of Thorpe Hall, the 19th century home of Lord and Lady Byng; the hotel is a fusion of ultra contemporary design fused with the red brick of original outhouses and surrounded by 130 acres of garden. The rooms themselves are unequivocally modern – invariably looking out onto the gardens. They have a wealth of knowledge and expertise in the spa courtesy of highly qualified spa therapists and using a combination of Carita, Decléor, Clarins, OPI, Thalgo and Spiezia products. They showcase everything from massages and facials to reflexology, shiatsu, myotherapy, energy healing, and also consultations on nutrition, detox and weight loss.