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Spa news Spa to open at Wyboston Lakes


A new spa facility being built at Wyboston Lakes, the inde- pendently-owned conference and leisure destination in Bedfordshir,e is to open dur- ing the third quarter of 2012. Located within Wyboston


Lakes Hotel, Y Spa will incor- porate a total of 11 therapy rooms – three of which will be couples’ rooms – steamrooms, water beds and relaxation areas with reading pods. A signature feature of the


new spa will be the external hydropool and kelo sauna in a south-facing spa garden, along with an open air fi replace. R-Spa Limited, the consultancy set up by


An external hydropool will be a signature feature at the new spa facility


former Champneys Health Resorts managing director Ray Payne, is working on the design and feasibility of the new spa area. Emma-Jane North has been appointed direc- tor of the Y Spa at Wyboston Lakes, while it


has also been announced that products sup- plied by Elemis and Murad will be used. North said: “We wanted to inspire our


guests and deliver real results with our treat- ments – our choice of Elemis and Murad proved the perfect partnership.” Details: http://lei.sr?a=n4s7m


£5m spa complex proposed for Brighton T e former garage has undergone a revamp


A new £5m spa resort with an outdoor swim- ming pool could be built on the seafront in Brighton, after the proposals received the green light from the local authority. Members of Brighton and Hove City


Council’s economic development and cul- ture committee have agreed in principle to the development of the long-vacant Peter Pan’s Playground site. Plans for the Brighton Bathing Pavilion


resort were tabled by Karma Royal Group (KRG), which has now been chosen as pre- ferred bidder by the council for the site overlooking the English Channel. KRG’s proposals for the spa resort include


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fi ve pavilions – housing an indoor and outdoor children’s club; a year-round spa and health


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centre; a beach club and restaurant; an out- door swim and bathing area; and a member’s club. All zones except the members’ club will be open to the general public. Read more: http://lei.sr?a=V1R0r


Former garage turned into a luxury spa in Durham


A luxury spa has been created at a former garage in County Durham, which once pro- vided early motorists with a stopping point on trips between England and Scotland. Due to open in November, T e Garage


has been designed by Blue Spa and Leisure as a ‘quintessential English spa’ and will include fi ve single treatment rooms and a couples’ suite with outdoor bath. Wet facilities at the 450sq m (4,844sq ſt )


spa will include a mud pit rasul, a hammam and a salt room, in addition to a salt room and three red cedar hot tubs.


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New £3m spa facility for Watergate Bay Hotel


Cornwall’s Watergate Bay Hotel has unveiled a new spa following the com- pletion of a £3m project to create ‘active relaxation spaces and a 25m infi nity swim- ming pool. The new space boasts three treatment rooms, a manicure and pedicure room overlooking the Atlantic Ocean, a fi t- ness room with cardiovascular machines and a café bar. A traditional Canadian hot tub, a timber boardwalk direct to the beach, poolside terraces and a new hotel entrance are among exterior improvements that also formed part of the scheme.


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