It’s not as though we don’t celebrate our mothers every day of the year, but on 22nd March it’s a universal opportunity to really take it up a notch. So here’s our top 10 spas for Mother’s Day 2020…
A few minutes’ walk from Hever Castle, famed as the childhood home of Anne Boleyn, Hever Hotel is a gem amidst the Kent countryside. The Shambala Wellness and Spa at Hever Hotel brings a touch of Ayurveda to this historic hotel, channelling the sages of India, holistic healing combined with plenty of indulgence is the name of the game here. Their Mother and Daughter spa day is the perfect treat including a 60 minute Elements Facial, lunch and two hours’ use of the facilities.
Once the country home of Lord Mountbatten, Sopwell House has the welcoming ambience of a private abode combined with the grandeur of a Georgian manor house. Cottonmill is a new addition to Sopwell House in St Albans. Elegant and dynamic, the adult-only spa has been designed in a way that’s sympathetic to the historic country house, and makes the most of the beautiful surroundings. Their Sundown spa day is a delicious treat and a beautiful way to spend the afternoon on Mother’s Day. It includes a three course dinner in the Brasserie and use of the Cottonmill facilities between 5pm – 9pm.
From £65 per person
A 19th century manor house hotel in the Peak District, surrounded by 29 acres of parkland and six acres of formal gardens, Ringwood Hall Hotel is an elegant spa hotel. The Garden Secret Spa has a touch of the Victorian botanical garden to it, with delicious facilities including a blossom steam room, a herbal sauna, and Himalayan salt sauna with woodland views into the gardens. Finish your day with hair and make-up services following a 55 minute treatment, a choice of lunch or afternoon tea, and full use of the facilities.
From £99 per person
A five star country house hotel in East Sussex that once held connections to the poet Percy Bysshe Shelley, Alexander House is a fusion of luxury styles brought together through exemplary hospitality. Meanwhile, the spa is a lesson in indulgence, it is an adult-only space and surrounded by beautiful grounds. So it’s the perfect place to spoil your mum on Mother’s Day.
From £130 per person
A Grade II listed mansion in Hertfordshire surrounded by a spectacular golf course, The Grove is a special place with a luxury country house feel but close to London. Sequoia meanwhile is an exquisite spa with an ozone-filtered pool, a cafe and treatments from Natura Bissé and ESPA. Coming here for a ‘sprunch’ (spa + brunch) is a real treat for Mother’s Day. It includes a choice of one 70 minute treatment from either a Natura Bissé Couture Ritual or ESPA Back, Face and Scalp. Then enjoy a two-course spa brunch, a glass of Prosecco or a smoothie and full use of the facilities between 9am – 3pm.
From £180 per person
With its brand new spa facilities that opened in 2020, The Spa at Carden is a beautiful way to spoil mum on Mother’s Day. Start the day with an arrival refreshments at 8.30am. Then enjoy the variety of experiences including a myriad of outdoor pools and saunas in the spa garden from 9am to 1pm, and a choice of one 50 minute treatment from either a Calming Foot and Scalp Ritual, a Rejuvenating Face and Body Ritual, a Soothing Hand Ritual, a Soothing Foot Ritual, a Revitalising Facial Ritual, or a Shimmering Body Ritual. Then tuck into a healthy lunch in Elements. We suggest you finish the day in the Bollinger Champagne bar.
From £105 per person
A chance to experience this exquisite spa in a deliciously tempting spa deal, Hoar Cross Hall is an Elizabethan manor house surrounded by 50 acres of grounds and gardens. The spa is the jewel in its crown and their Twilight Spa evening is a dreamy way to have quality time with your mum. It includes access to exercise and relaxation classes, an antipasti platter, a glass of Prosecco and full use of the spa facilities from 6pm – 9:30pm.
From £45 per person
In the Usk Valley in South Wales, Celtic Manor provides luxury on a grand scale. It is only fitting for a venue as large and with such an international reputation as Celtic Manor that the spa is an all-singing, all-dancing health Mecca. As such, the spa has a range of facilities including a 20-metre pool overlooking the Rooftop Garden and an Elemis Herbal Steam in a chamber where small lights mimic the constellations, which is a lovely space to spend time together. Their Sunset Spa Experience includes a choice of one 50 minute treatment from either a Forum Massage or Forum Facial and full use of the spa facilities from 3pm onwards.
From £52 per person
The day spa at Whittlebury Hall is huge. There are all-encompassing Heat and Ice Experiences complete with an aromatherapy crystal steam, caldarium, experience showers, foot spas, a hydrotherapy pool, ice cave, roman salt steam, sanarium and tepidarium. Their signature spa day is like a theme park of wellness facilities. Enjoy it with a two course buffet lunch and full use of the heat, ice and leisure facilities.
From £59 per person
This grand country house is home to one of the most contemporary and state of the art spas in the UK. An adult only retreat, it opened its doors in 2017 and has continued to add to its exceptional features. Chief amongst them perhaps, is the spa garden with its infinity hydrotherapy pool and a myriad of other facilities, such as an oxygen pod, Kneipp footbaths, saunas and steam rooms that use herbs from the garden. Take it all in on Mother’s Day with this spa day including a two course dinner at the Clocktower at 6pm, access to the Roof Top Spa from 7:30pm and full use of the other facilities.
From £55 per person
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