Cornwall LivingIssue #92
Time to recharge
You may already know about Bedruthan Hotel’s Sensory Spa Garden in the sunshine, but did you know that it has some wonderful benefits when used during the cooler months too?
With the summer a distant memory, the clocks going back shortly and Christmas just around the corner, the changing of the seasons can take a toll on your body and mind. Getting lots of light and staying hydrated are all benefits of the Bedruthan’s Sensory Spa Garden, and things you can do to look after yourself this autumn.
“you’ll be introduced to your seven-stage thermal adventure, moving from stage to stage, pausing in the places you love”
Arriving at the garden, you’ll be introduced to your seven-stage thermal adventure, moving from stage to stage, pausing in the places you love. You’ll scrub your skin with seasonal oat scrubs made by spa gardener Leon, before moving into the sea view barrel sauna, relieving tension in joints and sore muscles. After taking the cold bucket challenge you’ll sink into the steamy outdoor hot tub, absorbing the botanical surroundings, before enjoying a cup of herbal tea and a foot soak around a toasty warm fire.
The Source spa day at Bedruthan is great for friends or family and includes a 30-minute massage treatment, the Sensory Spa Garden, plus plenty of time in the hotel’s indoor spa. It’s available until 9th December and costs just £80 per person! Alternatively, if you’re more of a night owl, why not try the Sensory Spa & Supper for just £45 per person, which includes the Sensory Spa Garden, indoor spa use plus a delicious three-course supper in the Wild Café.
In an increasingly busy world it’s more important than ever that now and then, we take some time for ourselves. If you could use a day away from it all, to relax, unwind and recharge your proverbial batteries, take a trip to Bedruthan Hotel & Spa, atop the cliffs at Mawgan Porth, and spend some time looking after you.
Bedruthan Hotel & Spa
"you’ll be introduced to your seven-stage thermal adventure, moving from stage to stage, pausing in the places you love"