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Top Spa Hotels: Outside of London

We all need a little pamper once and awhile, and whilst some London hotels do offer in room massages, sauna's and if your lucky, a pool, often getting away from the bustling of the city is much more beneficial for the much needed relaxation.

Gainsborough Spa, Bath

From its legendary beginnings around a thermal spring with waters that healed a swineherd prince to a magnificent Georgian playground that catered to both aristocracy and commoners alike, Bath has endured for over 2,000 years as a leisure and wellness destination.

Originally built in the 1800s, The Gainsborough Bath Spa occupies two Grade II Listed buildings with distinguished Georgian and Victorian façades in the heart of the World Heritage Site.

The Vineyard, Newbury

The Vineyard has been described as a temple to Californian wine. Just outside Newbury, about an hour from London, it certainly lives up to its reputation, and more. The cellar holds over 30,000 wines from the new and old worlds, as well as the award-winning estate wines of owner Sir Peter Michael. It is also celebrated for its contemporary cooking. Spacious contemporary suites, traditional bedrooms, an award winning spa and a private art collection to die for

Carden Park, Chester

Set within 1000 acres of Cheshire countryside, Carden Park Hotel, Golf Resort and Spa features a modern spa, 2 championship golf courses and luxury rooms with scenic views.

The Vines offers a gourmet dining experience featuring the very finest, fresh and locally sourced ingredients. In Redmond's you can expect a friendly and relaxed atmosphere in our brasserie-style restaurant. Morgan’s Bar serves afternoon teas, lunch and evening drinks. There is also Jack's Bar with great views over the championship golf course.

Glass House Retreat, Upminster

In need of a deep and meaningful detox? Step into a tailor-made retreat at Glass House – the county’s new, shiny spa resort that promises to customise your stay to ensure you leave looking (and feeling) healthier, fitter and infinitely more relaxed.

Truly a retreat for the modern day, Glass House goes beyond restorative massages and mineral scrubs (though there is, of course, a heated pool, sauna and steam room for you to enjoy) to deliver a 360 approach to wellbeing

Summer Lodge Hotel

The hotel – on four acres cushioned by village on one side and a 400-acre deer park to the other – gushes quintessential English country house, from its immaculate lawns to high-ceilinged spaces replete with sizeable oil paintings, fireplaces and chandeliers.

Summer Lodge is Dorset’s only five-star hotel, and the facilities are exceptional. The major draw is the spa, offering Elemis skincare, holistic treatments (reiki, reflexology) and a range of massages; part of the offering includes a heated indoor pool below a glass roof, and whirlpool tub and sauna. There are also tennis courts and an air-conditioned gym (personal trainers can be arranged).

Penny Hill Park

Located just an hour’s drive southwest of London, Pennyhill Park beckons travelers who need a quick escape and have a taste of the British countryside

The spa at Pennyhill Park never feels too busy, thanks to eight indoor and outdoor pools and an impressive collection of hot tubs, saunas and steam rooms. The treatments list is just as extensive; indulge in an anti-oxidant-boosting aromatherapy body scrub and follow it up with some downtime in the outdoor heated pool at any time of year.

Champneys, Eastwell Manor

Located only an hour from London, near Kent, Champneys Eastwell Manor is the perfect home away from home night away. With an award-winning spa which includes a variety of treatments, and an indoor and outdoor pool as well as sauna and steam.

Relax in the evening enjoying a British meal in the restaurant, before a nightcap in the bar overlooking the extensive grounds.

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