Spread Eagle Hotel & Spa
Midweek Spa Escape
One night's bed and breakfast, a £50 voucher per couple to spend on a spa treatment, robe, towel and slippers provided and full use of the spa facilities.
Midweek Spa Escape with Dinner
One night's bed and breakfast, 3 course dinner, a £50 voucher per couple to spend on a spa treatment, robe, towel and slippers provided and full use of the spa facilities.
Spring Has Sprung Spa Day - 33% OFF
Includes a choice of 1 x 60 minute treatment from: Glorious Mud, Soul Retreat or My Kinda Skin Facial, 2 course lunch with a glass of Sussex sparkling wine, tea or coffee with homemade biscuits on arrival, robe, towel and slippers provided and full use of the spa facilities.
Refreshingly Good Spa Day - 30% OFF
Includes arrival at 9am, a choice of 1 x 60 minute treatment from: Outer Glow treatment or I’ll Be Back treatment, plus a choice of 1 x 15 minute Temple Spa Side Order from: Back Massage, Face Massage, Scalp Massage or Foot Massage, 2 course lunch, tea or coffee with homemade biscuits on arrival, robe, towel and slippers provided and full use of the spa facilities.
The Good Morning Spa
Includes tea or coffee and home-made biscuits, a choice of 1 x 25 minute treatment from: Media In Good Spirits Massage, Express Power Facial or Leg and Foot Energiser, light lunch, robe, towel and slippers provided and full use of the facilities.
The Afternoon Spa
Includes arrival at 1pm, a choice of 1 x 25 minute treatment from: Express Power Facial, Media Drift Away Massage, Windows Of The Soul or Leg and Foot Energiser, Afternoon Tea, robe, towel and slippers provided and full use of the facilities.
The Twilight Spa
Includes arrival at 3pm, a choice of 1 x 25 minute treatment from: Express Power Facial or Media Drift Away Massage, dinner with glass of Champagne, robe, towel and slippers provided and full use of the facilities.
Reviver Spa Day
Includes a choice of 1 treatment combo from: a 55 minute Drift Away Massage with a 30 minute Express Power Facial or a 60 minute My Kinda Skin Facial with a 25 minute Drift Away Massage, light lunch with glass of sparkling wine, robe, towel and slippers provided and full use of spa facilities.
At a glance
The hotel’s dining area has been awarded two AA Rosettes, but to say it is a restaurant seems misleading – it is more like having dinner at the home of an extremely lavish friend.
Beautiful grounds, decadent interiors, a lavish spa and worlds away from home – what more could you want for a romantic break?
History is the dominating theme both at Spread Eagle Hotel and in the surrounding area, with Goodwood, Fishbourne Roman Palace, Uppark House, and Cowdray ruins on the Cowdray Estate in close proximity.
The picturesque market town of Midhurst in the South Downs is popular with walkers for good reason – there is plenty to please the eye; while other activities that make the most of the landscape include fishing, golf and polo
Children are welcome at the hotel and to use the pool and facilities, and have designated swimming times.
Spa & Leisure
Next to the historic design of the main building, the spa at Spread Eagle Hotel boasts Scandinavian-style architecture with vaulted wooden ceilings housing the fitness suite, pool Jacuzzi sauna and steam room looking out onto a small but perfectly formed garden. The venue also offers exercise classes, yoga and Pilates in a Medieval-style function room that is really something to behold.
Opting for organic British skincare brand Temple Spa, renowned for their use of unadulterated fresh ingredients and taking inspiration from the Mediterranean diet, there are a range of feel-good treatments on offer as well, from wraps and facials to massages, manicures, pedicures and finishing touches.
Hotel & Accommodation
Surrounded by the picturesque market town of Midhurst, it is fitting that the hotel’s own roots are inextricably linked with the area’s history as a coaching inn dating back to 1430. With leather chairs in the 15th century lounge, Oak beams, and a huge open fire it retains its sense of the past not least of all with its Queen’s Suite said to have accommodated Elizabeth I in 1591. The hotel is dog friendly.
The grand dining area is overseen by Head Chef Richard Cave-Toye serves a quintessentially British menu and has been awarded two AA Rosettes. During the summer lunch is served is the less formal conservatory, on the terrace or in the inner courtyard – making the most of the hotel’s beautiful, understated gardens.