Champneys Tring Health Resort,
Wiggington, Hertfordshire, 17 miles SW of Luton, 31 miles east of Oxf
Spa & Leisure
This highly sophisticated red brick Rothschild Mansion was opened as a spa in 1925 by the renowned naturopath Stanley Lief. Today it’s a scenic retreat in 170-acres of beautiful English countryside with its own walled organic garden. Facilities include a gym, two fitness studios, tennis courts, a medical centre, a mixed sauna and steam room, ladies laconium, men’s steam room, an infrared booth, a whirlpool and a 25-metre swimming pool.
There are also a spectacular 65 treatment rooms where therapists deliver a wide range of treatments using a collection of product lines including Champneys’ own. Treatments range from indulgent spa therapies along with solutions to address everyday skin care concerns. From essential beauty maintenance such as manicures and pedicures, to a wide range of facials and indulgent body treatments including massage, exfoliation and relaxing body wraps. Champneys Tring also has exclusive treatments such as luxurious Carita facials and physiotherapy.
Hotel & Accommodation
The hotel brings health and wellbeing to every facet of your stay, so the rooms are designed with relaxation in mind, as well as a little luxury for good measure. Beautifully furnished to provide a restful and soothing atmosphere, there are 91 rooms and suites available. For fresh air, bird song and amazing views; many rooms have a private terrace or balcony, and if you upgrade to a suite it includes fresh flowers, fruit and Champneys gifts.
Believing food is as much a part of the wellbeing experience as your spa treatments, Champneys Tring aims to serve a menu that’s both health and a delight for the senses. Very little alcohol is available, and meals are nutritious gourmet cuisine, beautifully presented and using fresh locally sourced ingredients, often grown in our own vegetable gardens. They also offer Food Sensitivity Screening that quickly detects food intolerances and vitamin and mineral deficiencies.