Oddfellows On The Park,
Spa & Leisure
Where better for a spa than in The Pigsty? The hotel’s salon is petite but perfect, and was, in a characteristically humorous twist, the society’s pigsty once upon a time. Now with two treatment rooms and a Rasul mud room, together with an engaging atmosphere within the social salon quarter, it’s a convivial space in which to relax with friends.
Pop in for a quick polish or a day of face and body treatments. The spa has carefully curated their treatment menu to include sublime and interesting therapies ranging from their rash treatment using black soap to their Ku Nye Massage which includes Tibetan cupping and warm crystals and poultices. In between treatments nestle into the PlayPen, an area where you can sit with friends over a cup of tea, a glass of fizz, or a magazine and play with all the lotions and potions.
Hotel & Accommodation
Opulent, detailed and brimming with character, Oddfellows On The Park is the refurbished and reinvigorated Victorian gem in the stunning Bruntwood Park, Cheadle. Once an equestrian stud, many of the Hall’s original featured stand proud today. From The Galloping Major Restaurant, named after the Hall’s original owner to The Pigsty, aptly named by the state it was found. Park Rooms and Playground Suites make up the accommodation with king sized beds and powerful showers being the founding basis of any good night’s sleep.
Meanwhile, chefs and mixologists work hard to produce some of the most delicious offerings around from The Galloping Major restaurant to The Stud Room Bar. Eat, drink and be merry in glittering splendour that echoes the roaring ‘20s and be sure to dip into their excellent cocktails.