Spa days on a budget

Spa days

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We’ve found the best spa deals so all you need to do is relax!

Best for: last-minute deals

Ragdale Hall, Leicester

Located amongst the Leicestershire countryside, Ragdale Hall Spa & Hotel is a relaxing retreat for the perfect chilled-out break. The spa offers so much more than an array of massages, facials, holistic and traditional treatments in one of the 50 dedicated treatment rooms. The Thermal Spa Experience includes scented rooms, saunas, volcanic salt baths and our favourite – the candle pool – which is a mosaic cavern filled with flickering candles, a star-lit ceiling, and a permanent water temperature of 34 degrees. It’s the perfect place to zone out. The stunning Rooftop Infinity Pool offers amazing views overlooking the beautiful countryside, while you sit and let the bubbles pummel away any stresses or strains. Around the hotel and spa, you’ll find lots of chill-out areas and lounges where you can take a break from treatments, exercise classes, evening talks and demonstrations to just sit back and relax.

  • There is a dedicated last-minute offers page on the website, which gets updated regularly so it’s worth checking back until you find something that takes your fancy. The evening spa experience is great value and worth checking out. It costs from £68 per person. To book visit

Best for: country spa

Eastwell Manor Champneys Hotel & Spa, Kent

This Manor House is a country haven set within 3,000 acres of parkland – the perfect place to unwind and switch off for a few days. Spend your morning exploring the grounds and then treat yourself to a light but delicious lunch in the Spa Café. The health spa offers an extensive range of treatments, from mani-pedis to facials and waxing. There is a hydrotherapy pool, sauna and more, and staff are very friendly. Dinner is served in the award-winning Manor restaurant. Try to reserve a table near the large windows so you can admire the views of the beautiful grounds.

  • Book a spa break and stay before 30 April to receive up to 40 per cent off a two-night booking, or 50 per cent off three nights. Spa breaks cost from £105 per person. To book visit

Best for: romance

The Spa at Ardencote, Warwickshire

Nestled within Warwickshire in the heart of England, there’s no countryside spot more romantic than Ardencote. Recently completing a £1.5m  development programme, the spa, which is located within a former Victorian Coach House, combines British tradition with contemporary design. With a selection of soothing experiences on offer, lovebirds can unwind and relax by hopping between the outdoor and indoor facilities, including the favourite Tyrolean Kilo Sauna set in the stunning courtyard, complete with a large wall window – perfect for watching the day go by. We highly recommend taking a stroll around the gorgeous surrounding countryside before dinner.

  •  The Winter Warmer Break is £119 per person, which includes spa access from 10.30am-6pm, refreshments, one 25-minute treatment, a light lunch, two course dinner, overnight stay, and breakfast. To book visit

Best for: laidback lounging

The Aztec Hotel & Spa, Bristol

Take a break from the busy city life with a tranquil escape. Meander through the spa’s pool, hot tub, sauna and steam room and recalibrate in the brand-new Relaxation Lounge, which is a boudoir of comfort. Guests can choose from a tempting menu of face and body treatments and indulge with refreshments from the fantastic Curious Kitchen Team.

  • Spa days start from £40 per person. To book visit

Best for: ultimate luxury

Culloden Estate Hotel & Spa, County Antrim

Standing on the slopes of the Holywood Hills, overlooking the Belfast Lough and the County Antrim coastline, Culloden Estate is the most prestigious five-star hotel in Northern Ireland. Built for a bishop but fit for a king, it boasts luxurious treatment suites, relaxation rooms, a swimming pool and a range of heat experiences. There’s also an extensive selection of therapies on offer, making the Spa at Culloden the perfect haven for taking time out and indulging in self-care.

  • Try a Dine and Indulge Day Spa Experience, which costs £110 and includes two 25-minute treatments, full use of the spa facilities and a two-course lunch. Book at

Words: Carly Honeyfield

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