Gift of spa

Our spa gift voucher options are available to use nationwide & offer flexibility on venue, date, and price for the recipient.

One Night Luxury Spa Break

from £208
per person (min 2)
Overnight break
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Discovery Retreat

from £75
per person
Spa Day
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Refreshing Retreat

from £145
per person
Spa Day
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Mother To Be Retreat

from £220
per person
Spa Day
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Stoke Park Time Retreat

from £220
per person
Spa Day
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Ultimate Spa Retreat

from £350
per person
Spa Day
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Gift of spa

Our spa gift voucher options are available to use nationwide & offer flexibility on venue, date, and price for the recipient.

Five bubble spas will give you the whole package; an uninterrupted spa journey, tip top treatments, first rate facilities and fabulous customer service. You should not encounter any queues (it really ruins the vibe), mould in the showers or lacklustre food! Be prepared for a slice of spa luxury

Spa facilities

  • Swimming Pool
  • Sauna
  • Steam Room
  • Relaxation Room
  • Outdoor Hot Tub

At a glance

  • Hotel spa

    Hotel Spa Venue

    If you are an overnight guest and want to use the spa, stay in the contemporary Pavilion
    rooms so that you can walk down to the facilities in your robe without going outside.

  • Golf

    Golf Resort

    The 27-hole championship golf course opened in 1908 and was designed by Harry Shapland Colt.

  • Local attractions

    Local Attractions

    Stoke Park is extremely close to Windsor, Henley, and also Eton which are awash
    with historic sites including Windsor Castle.

  • Restaurant


    There are three options when it comes to dining, and Stoke Park proves that any meal
    can be given the five star treatment.

  • Scenery

    Scenic Location

    Scenic Location: The venue incorporates 300 acres of verdant surroundings as well as the lake which provided the setting for Hugh Grant’s poetry recital in a rowing boat in Bridget Jones’s Diary.

  • Child friendly

    Family Friendly

    Children are welcome at the hotel and to use the pool and facilities, and have designated swimming times.

  • Tennis


    There are multiple indoor and outdoor tennis courts given the pro seal of approval by the annual Boodles Tennis Tournament which has welcomed the likes of Tim Henman, Andy Murray and Novak Djokovic.


Stoke Park, Park Road, Stoke Poges, Buckinghamshire,

23 miles West of central London. SL2 4PG

Spa & Leisure

The spa at Stoke Park includes a pool, separate steam rooms for men and women, a gym, a relaxation lounge, and 11 treatment rooms; but what is particularly special about it is the sheer beauty of it all. The pool is parallel to the relaxation area with a large tropical fish tank in between, in a room which feels like a stately ballroom – high ceilings, pale yellow walls, lots of natural light, and classical music gently playing in the background. Other facilities include a recently refurbished gym with three studios, a deep relaxation room, a private atrium, a spa garden, an outdoor Scandinavian sauna, an outdoor hot tub and an adult only spa garden.

There is everything you need in the spa as well, so if you are there for the day or simply popping down from your hotel room, you don’t need to worry about taking towels and products – it has all been taken care of. Offering a range of decadent treatments as well, Stoke Park use the luxury Aromatherapy Associates product line.

Hotel & Accommodation

The estate dates as far back as 1066, with the Mansion house that exists today being a combination of a 1555 structure which was renovated in 1813. It has also been the scene for many a memorable movie including Bridget Jones’s Diary, Layer Cake and Tomorrow Never Dies. Today, 49 rooms are split between the main house and the Pavilion, which also houses the spa and leisure facilities, and although the design is very different in the two locations, the overriding sense of space and luxury pervades throughout.

Food is also a big thing here: Humphry’s is the fine dining option, holding three AA Rosettes and situated in the main house alongside The Orangery where breakfast is served in aristocratic opulence. San Marco however is in the pavilion building – it is open all day, and is a far more relaxed environment but still provides meals are just as high a quality as you would expect in any high-end restaurant.