Review - Whittlebury Hall

Whittlebury Hall
Whittlebury Hall
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Enter the oasis of calm in Whittlebury Hall’s Leisure Club and Day Spa and feel yourself begin to unravel.

Here you can indulge in a sensual world specially geared to relaxing, rejuvenating and refreshing both body and mind.

The Leisure Club offers a 19-metre pool, whirlpool spa, bubble jet, steam room, sauna, aerobic studio and 44-station gymnasium while the Day Spa houses the ultimate in pampering.

Stretching across two floors, there are a host of stimulating heat and ice treatments including sanarium, caldarium (Roman hot bath), salt room, foot baths, aromatherapy crystal steam room, flotation room and ice cave - to name but a few.

There is a comprehensive range of over 60 treatments delivered by a team of highly-skilled therapists.

For our special offer Escape and Stay Spa Package we made full use of every facility the spa and leisure club had to offer and took full advantage of a treatment - you can choose from a soothing back, neck and shoulder massage or energising express facial, both blissful. The facilities are available to use until 11am the next morning.

The hotel’s 212 bedrooms are all comfortable and amply sized. Our package included an overnight stay in a room with all the comforts to best complement our day ­­- the perfect retreat after a busy time of it luxuriating!

Food plays an important part in relaxation too and, this is something else Whittlebury knows how to do well. Dinner and breakfast is taken in Astons’ restaurant, which offers delicious contemporary cuisine in a relaxed setting. You’re also treated to a delicious two-course buffet lunch in a ‘reluctant’ break from the pampering.

But upgrades are usually available so, if you’re a lover of fine dining, treat yourself to a visit to the 2AA Rosette Murrays restaurant to savour modern creative dishes with both classical and international influences.

And all this is available from £99pp.

Review by Amanda Chalmers

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