Where To Find The UK’s 5 Best Eco-Friendly Spas


Make your next pampering session an eco-friendly one. From solar-panelled spas to all natural treatments, here’s where to find the UK’s five best eco-friendly spas


1 Coworth Park, Berkshire

Peacefully soothing, few hotels do conscious luxury quite like Coworth Park. Nestled in 240 acres of majestic Berkshire parkland awaits this stunning hotel – which comes complete with an impressive spa that’s an architectural wonder in its own right.

Designed with nature in mind, every area of the spa flooded with natural light, crisp contemporary architecture, art and sculptures throughout.

Built over two floors, the upper floor has eight treatment rooms, a manicure/pedicure salon, relaxation room and The Spatisserie, serving light meals, afternoon tea, wine and champagne.

Below awaits an heated indoor swimming pool with underwater music, a relaxation area around the swimming pool and a sun terrace with luxurious loungers. There’s also an aromatic steam room and experience shower to enjoy too.

Where: Coworth Park, Blacknest Road, Ascot SL5 7SE
Bookings: Click here to find out more and make a reservation.


2 The Scarlet, Cornwall


Suave yet simple, The Scarlet hotel in picturesque Cornwall is eco-friendly to the core. If its cliff-top setting and mesmerising views don’t impress, the holistic Scarlet Spa certainly will.

Try a wellness-focused treatments of the Ayurvedic variety or soak up minerals with a rich mineral mud bath. Feel your muscles relax after a massage, unwind in the hammam or simply climb into the cliff top hot tub for a spot of ocean gazing.

All that relaxing is bound to tire you out – don’t miss a visit to the Relaxation Room, where cocoon-like pods hang from the ceiling in dreamy fashion.

Where: The Scarlet Hotel, Tredragon Rd, Mawgan Porth, Newquay TR8 4DQ
Bookings: Click here to make a booking or find out more.


3 Titanic Spa, Huddersfield


The UK’s very first sustainable spa, the Titantic Spa has been setting new standards for sustainable pampering since 2005. Not only does it boast a renewable energy system, but it also makes the most of energy efficient lighting – as well as its very own water source.

Treatments her are both organic and results-driven, while spa menus are printed using recycled paper and ink made from vegetable dye.  Even the laundry’s eco-conscious – they use the same system adopted by most hospitals, with cooler washing temperatures and eco-friendly detergent.

Where: Low Westwood Ln, Linthwaite, Huddersfield HD7 5UN
Bookings: Click here to make a booking or find out more.


4 Bamford Haybarn Spa


If it’s a country-esque retreat you’re after, spend the day at Bamford Haybarn Spa in Gloucestershire. A family-run sustainablefarm, shop and restaurant, guests can also indulge in a spot of TLC.

There’s no wet facilities, which makes it ultra eco-friendly, making use of a natural light-filled design instead that showcases the surrounding landscape. Stretch your body with a yoga session or try a Ayurveda treatment – organic facial, anyone?

All treatments use products from the Bamford Bath & Body range, made especially for the spa using natural, organic ingredients, all sourced in England.

Where: Daylesford Kingham, Stow-on-the-Wold GL56 0YG
Bookings: Click here to make a booking or find out more.

5 Herb House at Lime Wood


Lime Wood is a hotel that offers it all and more. Two restaurants, a fitness retreat, a cookery school, stunning rooms and even a tranquil spa.
 
The Herb House Spa takes its name from the quantity of herbs found here, including 15 varieties of mint growing on the large sun deck, a camomile lawn and a roof-based living herb garden.
 
Make the most of a large hydro-pool with forest views, a 16-metre, indoor ozone-treated pool, a Mud House using 100% natural mud, and a restaurant – Raw & Cured, where sustainable bites await.
 
On the spa menu, you’ll also find organic brands such as Pai, Voya and Bamford. 

 
Where: Beaulieu Rd, Lyndhurst SO43 7FZ
Bookings: Click here to make a booking or find out more.

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