Spa Breaks in Scotland

There are some great options for weekend breaks around the UK. On the one hand, you could stay at exciting theme parks such as Alton Towers or Thorpe Park hotel, or perhaps you’d rather pass your time exploring ancient manor houses… you could even go on a safari around the grounds at Longleat! However, for a truly relaxing break, head up to the beautiful countryside of Scotland, and check into one of the many luxurious hotels that combine dramatic scenery with indulgent spa treatments.

Macdonald Crutherland House is one of the more popular options, and can be found just outside Glasgow. Set in 37 acres of private grounds, this delightful old country house was built in 1705, and nowadays boasts a superb range of spa treatments. Expert practitioners will be on hand to pamper you throughout your stay, with treatments that include steam baths, facials, pedicures, exfoliating wraps, full-body massage and aromatherapy baths. With large, spacious guestrooms and a sumptuous in-house restaurant, you simply won’t want to leave!

If you’re thinking of combining therapeutic treatments with breathtaking scenery, then you might like to consider a visit to Crerar Eight Acres Hotel. Located just one mile from the town of Elgin, this property enjoys a fantastic location in the Scottish Highlands. You will be able to spend your days hiking and roaming around the majestic mountains and moors… before returning home in the evening, to be met by a massage and a delicious three-course evening meal! What better way to unwind?

Anyone with an interest in golf, is bound to fall in love the fantastic Carnoustie Hotel and Spa. It certainly has more to offer than most spa breaks in Scotland. As well as a range of first-class health and beauty facilities, this large property on Scotland’s east coast has a great reputation for its local golfing community.

November 14, 2011 | Author: | Posted in Destination Tips


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