A Spabreaks.com favourite Warwickshire spa destination for more than a decade, Ardencote Manor a destination spa, offering accommodation built around the outdoor swimming pool, which sets the scene for a very relaxing spa break, whether its for the day or longer. Here’s just a few of the reasons we’ve been so pleased to reconnect after lockdown…
The hotel rooms are based around a courtyard design and in 83 acres of grounds and landscaped gardens complete with rose and knot gardens and lavender beds, there are 110 rooms at Ardencote, a four-star hotel sitting pride of place on the edge of its very own lake.
Ardencote’s former Victorian Coach House was transformed to combine tradition with contemporary design, and in 2018 it was further transformed ensuring that it’s at the cutting edge of contemporary Warwickshire spa and leisure experiences. Now with The Destination Spa at its core and home to a 5 Bubble Rating by the Good Spa Guide, it is a light and airy space that you can enjoy in a robe and slippers from the moment you arrive. A carefully choreographed thermal journey, The Destination Spa takes you through an aromatherapy steam room, Himalayan salt sauna, a tepidarium, an outdoor Tyrolean Kilo sauna, an outdoor hot tub, outdoor heated pool, a monsoon shower, foot spa and ice fountain followed by a relaxation lounge and a tranquility lounge.
The spa’s pre-existing leisure facilities remain intact, giving you a wealth of experiences to enjoy while you’re here. They include an indoor pool, Jacuzzi, sauna, steam room, gym, three floodlit tennis courts, squash courts and a dance studio hosting classes including yoga and Pilates.
The Warwickshire spa uses a fusion of Elemis, Fake Bake, and Jessica products to offers a veritable feast of therapies. Choose from massages and rituals inspired from a wealth of global practices, as well as facials, manicures and pedicures. Also available are CACI non-surgical facelifts and micro-dermabrasion.
The AA Rosette awarded Brasserie is situated at the heart of the Ardencote and offers a modern European menu including a selection of classic starters, salads, seafood dishes and an array of entrées. Guests can also enjoy an all-day dining menu for lighter snacks, meals and afternoon tea, as well as meals on the Brasserie Terrace with a view of the knot garden when the weather permits.
One of the reasons you can spend more than a day here is because there’s a variety of things to do, not least enjoying the golf course. Yes, it has its own 18-hole golf course within the hotel 83 acres of grounds, and has been designed to cater for both entry level and experienced golfers.
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