A unique island retreat on the river Thames, 5-star Monkey Island Estate offers smart rooms, generous riverside grounds and a floating spa. With spa treatments inspired by the Estate’s rich history and former resident monks, you’re bound to find something that floats your boat in this port-holed pamper pad.
An Art Deco delight in the heart of London, The Ned’s spa’s as stylish as you’d expect in one of the City’s coolest hotels. Dive in to the deco pool, work up a sweat in the sauna and steam rooms and get yourself muddier than a wet weekend at Glastonbury in the marble-clad hammam. But alas, you’ll have to sign up to become a Ned member to dip a toe in the exclusive roof top pool.
A stylish Grade1-listed country house hotel with a particularly impressive rooftop garden spa. Set in spacious grounds, with not one, but two ,golf courses to play with, this happy Harrogate(ish) hotel is a great choice for luxury-loving wellness seekers with a penchant for herbaceous hydro pool relaxation.
Sometimes a single pool, sauna and steam room is not quite enough. if you’re looking for somewhere where you can spend a few hours trying different spa experiences and just hanging out in your spa robe with your chosen spa buddy/buddies, Aqua Sana Longleat is the perfect choice.
The Old Course may be known for its golf – and for good reason – but it’s pretty serious about its spa too. Kohler Waters Spa offers a great range of facilities and treatments, there’s something for everyone on the food front at the Old Course hotel and its got a fabulous coastal location. Whether you’re after tee time, or me time, the Old Course has got you covered.
Looking for the perfect special occasion country escape where other-era glamour meets impeccable service? and a there’s a different outdoor pursuit for every day of the week? (and a different world-class golf course for half of them!) Where there are varied dining options, a serene new spa and there’s something to float every guest’s boat? Welcome to Gleneagles, Scotland’s ‘glorious playground’.