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Relaxing North East Spa Destinations

After a summer of making plans and getting back to normal life, you might be feeling a bit exhausted and drained. That’s why we’ve carefully selected the best locations for spa days in the North East that you should be booking ASAP. Plus, as we head into September, it’s essential that you feel relaxed for the cosy autumn months ahead.

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Headlam Hall Spa, Darlington

Based in an idyllic location, Headlam Hall Spa is the perfect place to spend an afternoon with friends while soaking up the beauty of the Durham Dales. It has the excellent addition of a sun terrace and garden exercise zone, perfect for the summer months, as well as a lounge with a log burner, ideal for autumn and winter. Once finished, you can visit the Spa Brasserie, which offers fantastic views of the golf course, with a selection of light lunches and cakes.

Check out their spa treatments and packages.

 

 

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Seaham Hall Serenity Spa, Durham

A perfect way to compliment your trip to the Durham Coast, Seaham Hall Hotel is a magnificent Georgian manor house accompanied by a stunning fountain. Tucked away among the clifftops, this wonderful hidden gem will make you feel like royalty. Its Serenity Spa, which has become the rightful owner of several awards, offers a selection of signature and exotic treatments to help you relax and unwind. We can’t wait to chill out in its beautiful Zen Garden followed by a visit to the Cosy Corner Hideout Lounge!

Browse their treatments (spa packages will be available from mid-October).

 

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Malmaison Newcastle Hotel Spa

Situated on Newcastle’s lively Quayside, the well-established Malmaison has views like no other. Located at 16 other destinations across the UK, including York and Leeds, this luxury hotel chain is known for providing a fantastic visitor experience. The same applies to its spa, which provides the perfect escape from everyday life, with relaxing ESPA facials, massages and other treatments. They also stock Nimue Skin Technology products to treat skin problems customers might be facing, like eczema and acne.

Take a look at their website and brochure.

 

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Wynyard Hall Spa, Stockton-on-Tees

This spectacular hotel is surrounded by glorious countryside. Its lakeside spa offers incredible views of the parkland and provides a number of bespoke packages. We think it’s the perfect place to take a step back from your worries and chill out with friends. You’ll also have plenty of space to breathe as the spa only allows ten people in at a time, so don’t worry about it being overcrowded. There’s also an on-site salon that offers anti-ageing facial treatments.

Browse their website and brochure.

 

 

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Slaley Hall Spa, Hexham

If you love nothing more than exploring the Northumberland countryside, you’ll love Slaley Hall, which isn’t too far from Newcastle. Your day at Slaley’s luxurious spa will definitely be worthwhile, with a whopping nine treatment rooms. We love their packages, too, from one that includes afternoon tea to another with a three-course meal. Sounds right up our street! They are also partnered with the luxury skincare brand ELEMIS, which is used for their treatments.

Have a look at their website and brochure.

 

We can’t wait to pay a visit to these amazing hotel Spa’s. Let us know where your favourite place to go on a spa day is.

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