Two night spa break experience in Nottinghamshire
22 September 2021
A spa break is your chance to escape and indulge. To feel invigorated, rejuvenated and utterly relaxed. And the best way to do that is to set aside a whole weekend. No rushing to get to the treatment, no having to dash off afterwards. No not quite switching off because the day’s next task lurks on the edge of your mind. Instead you can check into Ye Olde Bell, switch off, immerse yourself in treatments and indulgence. And really, truly, utterly unwind.
Your two night spa break options
So you’ve decided to give yourself the two days you need to relax and recharge. At four star Ye Olde Bell you’ve a choice of two different two night spa breaks. The Two Night Stay sees you stepping off the treadmill to ease into eight spa experiences. Then there’s dinner in the opulent AA Rosette Restaurant Bar 1650, two nights in a deeply comfortable room, and a delicious, nutritious breakfast.
Or opt for the Relax and Rejuvenate Spa Break, which adds a two course lunch at the hotel’s Herb Garden Brasserie, a sunrise-sunset cycle Sabbia Med experience (see below) and a 60 minute treatment of your choice. Either way you’ll leave feeling rested, relaxed and renewed.
Why you’ll love a two-night spa break at Ye Olde Bell
The sheer range of spa experiences at Ye Olde Bell is impressive. Creative and imaginative, they’re carefully considered and beautifully done. There are no fewer than 11 state of the art thermal experiences. These deliver everything from sun cycles, salty sea air, infusions of herbs, sauna heat and snowstorm cold.
There’s also a wealth of treatments, ranging from 30-minute massages, facials and collagen boosts, to two-hour rehydrating exfoliations and a relaxing face and body ritual for men. And throughout expert and friendly staff are on hand to guide you through the experiences and treatments and help you feel welcome and at home.
Why try Breathe and Detox HaloIR™?
Breathe and Detox HaloIR™ is a deeply relaxing experience. It sees you inhaling salty air as infrared heat encases your body. Medical-grade chromatherapy then uses different light waves to combat a number of conditions. Fans say it helps reduce their stress and fatigue, eases muscle and joint stiffness and gives them a mood boost. What’s more, Ye Olde Bell is the first spa in the UK to offer this experience.
The benefits of a Stonebath steam room
Next up, the Stonebath steam room. Step into a theatrical space where the temperate reaches 50-70°C and the relative humid is between 10-40%. It’s a low-intensity steam room and sees vapours released as water hits mineral coals. Those who enjoy this experience find it helps increase blood flow to the muscles and has a purifying effect. Not toasty enough? Simply wind the handle to bring more hot air into the room. Ye Olde Bell is one of only three spas in the country with a Stonebath steam room.
Why you really need a Snow Storm Walk
This chilly experience is a really hot ticket – Ye Olde Bell is one of only a handful of spas Worldwide to offer a Snowstorm and Stonebath experience. The Snow Storm Walk sees you either pressing a snow fall button for a snow shower walk, or going all out and summoning up a snow storm. Either delivers a cold experience that adherents say helps boost immune systems and speeds up muscle recovery.
Other thermal spa experiences
With 11 thermal experiences at Ye Olde Bell, there are so many to choose from. You might plump for Sabbia Med, a fun and uplifting 30 minute experience which replicates the cycle of sunrise to sunset. Or the Salt Inhalation Room, where you relax and breathe deeply as salt walls simulate a marine climate. Or enjoy gentle steam in the Herbal Laconium, get toasty in an Alpine Sauna and gasp under the cold drench of a bucket shower.
Healthy Herb Garden Brasserie food
Your spa break might be all about wellbeing, or an opportunity to indulge. Luckily the Herb Garden Brasserie rustles up delicious dishes that deliver on both. You might start with sweet and sour crab with spring onion or a revitalising broccoli and kale soup. Mains might bring cauliflower steak with Madras sauce or butter poached chicken with mushroom fricassee. While dessert could be French chocolate tart or lavender panna cotta. Washed down perhaps with a herbal infusion tea. Or maybe a glass of fizz.