Whittlebury Hall and Day Spa – well worth a visit

Whittlebury Hall and Day Spa – well worth a visit

Relax and unwind while enjoying fantastic service

Yours Verdict

Product: Whittlebury Hall and Day Spa
Price: £129.00
Rating: ★★★★☆ (4/5)

What’s included…

Overnight packages are available from £69pp

The spa package reviewed was: The Day Spa Top To Toe package, from £99 Monday-Thursday, £129 Friday-Sunday. Includes full use of the leisure facilities including the swimming pool, heat and ice experience areas, an Energising Express Facial, Back, Neck and Shoulder Massage and Jessica Express Manicure and Jessica Express Pedicure. Plus a two course buffet lunch.

Our reviewer said…

I can’t speak highly enough of my stay at the hotel and spa. Firstly, Whittlebury Hall is huge. Being a newer building it does lack charm, but it's beautifully decorated and well kept. Our room was spacious with a seating area, big window (which let in lots of natural light) and a large bathroom. It was very clean and had a lovely countryside view over the golf course. My only negative was that the room didn’t have any air conditioning and the window was difficult to open and close, so very stuffy. However, the hotel staff were all helpful and polite and nothing was too much trouble. The evening meal was tasty and well presented and service was again, quick and friendly.

The treatments themselves were wonderfully relaxing and we were really impressed with the facilities overall. Fresh water and fruit was available all day and lunch was plentiful and tasty with lots of choice. The only downside was the only dessert option was fruit salad. Healthy and delicious – but a few ‘naughty options’ might have been nice!

The spa itself is a bit disjointed as it’s very spread out, but once we found our way around it was fine. The facilities are great, but it was very busy which meant you had to wait to use some. In particular the relaxation room looked wonderful, but all of the swinging chairs and waterbeds were full and we had to wait for over 15 minutes to try them. It wasn’t particularly relaxing with other people waiting to take their turn! You can also book additional make-up and skincare sessions, as well as hair appointments and the usual beauty treatments. We chose to pay for a make-up tutorial – it cost £10 per person for half hour (each). While the young lady was very nice and she used some lovely Clarins products, I’m not convinced it was worth the extra money as the advice was a bit basic. 

Overall we had a fantastic time and left the spa refreshed and relaxed.