Treat Yourself to a Spa Day

Ah, Bath, its streets are steeped in years of rich history, but this spa city is also renowned for its thermal mineral water, derived from the Roman Baths. Today visitors to the city can not only visit this ancient site, but enjoy the benefits of treatments and bathing in the thermal waters.

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Thermae Bath Spa is known to be the only day spa in the UK that profits from direct access to the natural thermal water flowing beneath the streets of Bath. With both an indoor and rooftop pool, sauna and wellness suite, plus an indoor restaurant and terrace bar, there is a wealth of facilities to enjoy. Take advantage of the health benefits derived from the mineral water, with private pool treatments leaving you relaxed in body and spirit.

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Like its neighbouring counterpart, the Gainsborough Bath Spa provides the ultimate luxury, in utilising the city’s rich underground source. Complete with its own Spa Village, you can bath in naturally heated pools, before cooling down in quiet alcoves. You can also enjoy a personalised massage, with some suites benefitting from specialist spa water tap in the privacy of your room.

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Sat primly within one of Bath’s most iconic attractions, the Royal Crescent Hotel offers a range of massage and exfoliating treatments with which to unwind. For the full experience, dine with friends over a Champagne afternoon tea in the hotel’s hidden gardens, behind the 18th century façade.

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Bath Priory Hotel offers a luxury spa with striking garden setting surrounding the warm bathing waters. Choose from a range of treatments, including their signature Verbena Relaxing Massage, which aims to stimulate circulation and ease tension.

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You may wish to consider Homewood Park, a quiet retreat nestled within the Limpley Stoke Valley on the outskirts of the city, where you can experience a range of revitalising treatments, with idyllic views across the surrounding countryside.

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Alternatively you might try Luckham Park; a luxury hotel and spa set within 500 acres of beautifully maintained parkland. This hidden retreat offers a heated outdoor hydrotherapy pool and is the UK’s only hotel to offer a Haslauer Reflective Sunlight Therapy room, providing a revitalising restoration of Vitamin D.