The most relaxing short breaks have to be spa breaks, so we show you how you can bring the kids and still chill-out.
Center Parcs in Longleat Forest (Wiltshire) is one of the most family orientated holiday places in the country, so it’s no surprise that they have created pamper packages suitable for all the family. The kids can be kept entertained with numerous activities while you can enjoy a range of treatments such as Crystal Therapy, “Indulgence Day” and “Pamper Him” services.
The Turnberry Hotel is already famed for it’s magnificent golf course and views on the Ayrshire coastline in South West Scotland. Now the 5 star hotel offers a chance to lose yourself with relaxing pamper days and a 20 metre swimming pool, while the kids can enjoy a woodland walk in the grounds with the teddy bears picnic, owl encounters and archery.
The Serenity Spa at Seaham Hall near Newcastle-upon-Tyne offers a Feng Shui inspired spa and treatment programme where water is used to pamper and relax you. There are over 45 treatments available and importantly there are teenage treatments available too (13 to 16 years) including including deep-cleansing facials and a serenity well-being massage.
The Vineyard at Stockcross is a five star boutique spa offering exclusive signature treatments. While you enjoy the Choco Therapy Body Treatment or a Truffle Therapy Facial, your children can receive a children’s facial, manicure and pedicure to ensure they are as relaxed as you.
The Gleneagles Hotel (pictured) is famed as one of the most luxurious hotels in the world, and this extends to the pampering. While you unwind in the Turkish bath or therapy rooms, the pre-teens can enjoy a manicure, make-up and hair styling. For teenagers there’s the Teen Treatments (12 to 16 years) including manicure and make-up application.
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