Imagine Spa at Orton Hall Hotel
One night's bed and breakfast, £15 allocation towards dinner, Serail Mud Chamber for two and full use of the leisure facilities.
One night's bed and breakfast, £30 allocation towards dinner, a choice of 1 x 30 minute treatment from: Massage, Facial or Body Treatment and full use of the leisure facilities.
Luxury Spa Break
One night's bed and breakfast, £30 allocation towards dinner, a choice of 1 x 60 minute treatment from: Massage, Facial or Body Treatment, plus a Serail Mud Chamber experience for two, bottle of Prosecco in room, robe and towel provided and full use of the leisure facilities.
- Swimming Pool
- Steam Room
- Hydrotherapy Pool
- Relaxation Room
At a glance
Welcoming groups and hen parties, Orton Hall Hotel is an ideal destination for a relaxing celebration. Bringing together the myriad components of relaxing spa experience, award-winning restaurant and scenic views in 20 acres of conservation parkland.
Offset by the historic beauty of Orton Hall, the former home of the Marquess of Huntly, the Imagine Spa is home to a swimming pool, a hydrotherapy pool, sauna and steam room as well as a Serail mud bath.
Named after for former owner, the Marquess of Huntly, the hotel’s main restaurant has been awarded an AA Rosette, while the on-site pub offers highly recommended ales and good food as well.
Spa & Leisure
Boasting a wide variety of facilities the spa has a large swimming pool, a hydrotherapy pool, sauna and steam room as well as a Serail mud bath, where healing muds, chalks and salts are applied in a herbal steam bath.
Following a sojourn in the relaxation room, guests can enjoy time in the beauty zone for manicures and pedicures, and the make-up bar for finishing touches. Treatments are also provided in a comprehensive menu of massages and facials.
Hotel & Accommodation
A 17th century manor house in 20 acres of conservation parkland, the gothic exterior at Orton Hall Hotel near Peterborough is the stuff that rural dreams are made of. Rooms are individually appointed, adopting a variety of colour palettes, while looking out onto manicured lawns and knot gardens.
Named after the former owner, the Marquess of Huntly, the hotel’s Huntly restaurant has an AA Rosette for its delectable menu, while the on-site pub, The Ramblewood Inn (formerly the manor house stables) serves award-winning real ale and good food. For lighter options however, The Library Bar in the house’s old drawing room is ideal for an aperitif and a bite to eat.