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Please refresh the and retry. E ven before the pandemic the spa-scape was constantly evolving. But as our insatiable interest and need for wellness, fitness and, increasingly, mindfulness continues to grow, especially in a new world where home-working desk-bent bodies and Wi-Fi should that be Wi-Fried? Here's our pick of the best, from year-round rooftop spas in Yorkshire and natural pools overlooking the Cornish coastline, to the thermal spa waters of Bath. We urge you to turn off your ad blocker for The Telegraph website so that you can continue to access our quality content in the future.
Visit our adblocking instructions. These are unusual times, and the state of affairs can change quickly. Please check the latest travel guidance before making your journey. Our writers visited these hotels pre-pandemic. If weather permits, the checkerboard-bottomed outdoor pool is the place to be; overlooking this is the indoor pool. The thermal suite has a whirlpool, steam room and sauna.
Check availability. Rates provided by. Other treatments include 'freedom' — controlled submerging with a therapist, which is liberating both mentally and physically — ginger exfoliation, and magnesium wraps. All hotel guests have free access to the spa from 7am-9am and 8pmpm. The sprawling and spacious spa complements this extensive country house retreat — all dreamy cream furnishings, soft sofas and crackling fires — with its seven relaxing treatment rooms, heated outdoor hot tub, indoor slate-lined pool with separate swimming times for children and large outdoor pool.
Treatments include an Aromatherapy Associates Immune Support boost massage which uses a blend of essential oils of tea tree, eucalyptus and pine to provide relief and support a healthy immune system; ELEMIS facials and massages; and CACI cosmetic experiences. Reiki is also on the menu; a good option for those who prefer a more hands off treatment.
Set beside a wooded private lake, its swanky private Spa Suites offer cosseting boutique hotel luxury combined with stress-busting seclusion. Each cedar-clad cabin is 6ft above ground for show-stopping views across the Lake District fells.
Upping the spa game are the five new Spa Lodges which feature private walled gardens with a hot tub, steam room, sauna and separate treatment room equipped with infrared lounge beds and a massage chair. Gilpin Lake House, for groups of up to 12, has spa facilities and an indoor pool. Created by the Soho House group, this is not your standard rural retreat: a boutique hotel meets Canadian wilderness cabin meets American country club.
What was once a derelict farm has been transformed with some 40 reclaimed timber cabins flanking four man-made lakes and the original 18th-century farmhouse buildings. The facilities are without peer — from the Cowshed spa with sauna, hammam, hot tubs and a broad range of treatments, to the luxurious cinema, cookery school and spacious gym and spinning studio.
Cliveden Taplow, Berkshire, England 9 Telegraph expert rating. Yet more loungers look out into the Dinner and a movie topped off with massage from behind glass, with every other day bed separated by a floor-to-ceiling curtain.
Past that, a collonaded, marble room is home to the heated indoor pool, whirlpool tub, steam room and infrared sauna. The range of ESPA offerings cover every conceivable face and body treatment; go for the two-hour Serenity Package, blending body and facial massage with shirodhara warm oil drizzled over the forehead to relax and still the mind. With saunas, steam rooms, hydrotherapy 'vitality' pool and superb relaxation areas, you may never want to leave.
Feeling energetic? There are indoor and outdoor tennis courts, as well as croquet, archery and bike hire. Lucknam Park Wiltshire, England 8 Telegraph expert rating. The state-of-the-art spa, cut from polished cream stone, complements the elegant Georgian mansion and its extensive surroundings. You can easily spend a whole day there, luxuriating in an indoor pool embellished by a panel of flickering fire, an array of thermal suites including a Japanese salt steam room, jasmine-scented amethyst room, a eucalyptus-infused steam room, a tepidarium and a sauna ; and 12 treatment rooms.
The indoor-outdoor hydrotherapy pool allows dippers to swim through to an open-air infinity pool with views onto the surrounding parkland and arboretum.
There's also a private outdoor area with saltwater plunge pool for those having treatments. You will find this modern, funky, and oh-so quiet spa deep below the hotel, which is located in a prime, tranquil site overlooking a leafy square in Glasgow city centre. Many of the marvellous treatments are based around mineral-rich Scottish seaweed — you can steam, swim or relax in a bath of the stuff flown in daily from the Hebrides.
Hotel guests get complimentary access to the Thermal Experience; a circuit of wet and dry, warm and cold rooms. The outdoor thermal Spa Village is a watery wonderland do pack your swimming gear. It has a large pool with a polished pebble floor to massage pressure points in your feetindoor and outdoor thermal spa pools, an ice room where you can slather shards of ice over yourself post-sauna, or soak in one of five log-fired hot tubs dotted along the riverside.
This handsome haven of comfort and wellbeing is above pretty Broadway on the north western edge of the Cotswolds. Facilities are glorious, with a lavender sauna, salt-infusion steam room, infinity pool, hot tub outside and a gym for workouts, classes and personal training sessions. Treatments are from cutting-edge brand Natura Bisse, Temple Spa and Pure Massage whose facials are said to have a better effect than botox.
This is the kind of place you go to feel pampered, and you won't be disappointed. The sybaritic spa at this refined country house in the heart of the New Forest is encased in glass and surrounded by greenery. There's an outdoor hot pool, indoor lap pool and hydrotherapy suite.
An impressive treatment list includes relaxing Bamford massages and facials alongside improving Sarah Chapman skincare treatments think microneedling and LED light therapy. The curving, half-hidden spa has to be one of the most self-indulgent in the country.
It has eight light-filled treatment rooms which offer a nicely edited treatment list by the likes of Carol Joy London, Kerstin Florian and Aromatherapy Associates; a Spatisserie serving light meals and champagne, of coursea Technogym and a blue-lit, heated pool with underwater music. Daily life at this luxury country house hotel revolves around its exquisite Michelin-starred dining and an impressive spa featuring no fewer than eight indoor and outdoor pools one even has soothing underwater music and fibre optic lighting and a Roman-style suite of heat rooms.
There are also several hot tubs, herbal saunas and steam rooms, plus myriad natural and organic treatments deed to detox, cleanse and relax. Champagne served in and around the pools adds a touch of luxury. In the airy, multilevel, environmentally friendly Scarlet, the feeling is one of intense relaxation. The womblike spa specialises in Ayurvedic 'journeys', with tented treatment rooms and pods suspended in the dark for 'deep relaxation' and an all-glass sea-facing roof for 'light relaxation'.
There are also numerous wide terraces with perfectly positioned loungers to soak up the views. Combining old-school, classic elegance and impressive grandeur with a contemporary, holistic approach, Chewton Glen is a place of many parts, all of them wholeheartedly luxurious.
The contemporary spa makes a startling contrast to the Elizabethan manor: an uncompromisingly modern building with a spectacular box-like exterior and an airy and natural interior. The pool has swim-through access to the outdoors; there are whirlpool tubs inside and out; plus a steam room, sauna, rainforest showers and a rather hot lounge area. Opt for a good de-stressing treatment combining a Thai herbal poultice massage and facial, rounded off with quality Sussex-made chocolates and sparkling wine.
For the full overnight spa experience, book a modern spa suite above the pool. For a super-spoiling weekend, head to this restored 19th-century country manor with tranquil gardens, an ivy-clad entrance, wood panelling and Persian rugs.
An extensive spa is open to all adult guests and offers a hydrotherapy pool with massaging jets overlooking fields, aromatic thermal suites, a sauna and a range of innovative treatments and facials that take place in an oxygen tent. Massages feature Ila products, using ingredients wild-harvested from remote, untainted regions far and wide Morocco, the Himalayas but blended and bottled 50 miles away.
The relaxation rooms include a dark sleep room, a mindful room with colouring books, a screen room depicting scenes of dramatic landscapes, and an audio room with meditative soundtracks. Note that only bookings in a Suite or Spa Room get complimentary full access to the rooftop spa garden. The view from your balcony at this contemporary waterside spa hotel in Salcombe winds you down even before anyone has laid so much as a finger on your chakras.
Treats usually include the blissful lava shell massage — hot shells that iron out tension — and ESPA facials The Lift and Firm truly does! Aquacise, pilates and Zumba classes are held regularly. No more building is allowed on Monkey Island, a fish-shaped eyot island on the River Thames, so instead of a new spa building, an inspired addition is the creation of a Floating Spa, housed in a specially built riverboat moored along the bank. We've noticed you're adblocking. We rely on advertising to help fund our award-winning journalism.
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