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Immerse yourself in a luxury spa break in Wales
We have chosen the most exclusive and luxurious spa hotels in Wales for your enjoyment. The benefits of a spa retreat are manifold and include the chance to reconvene with nature, improve your overall health and well-being, relax, unwind and enjoy some much needed 'you-time'. Spa breaks in Wales include the chance to stay at a choice of hand-picked hotels, all with excellent facilities and amenities. You can enjoy luxurious spa breaks in Wales for less when you sign up as a member.
Benefits for mind and soul - spa breaks in Wales
Spa breaks provide you with an opportunity to unwind and relax. The health benefits of spas are said to include lowering stress levels, detoxifying the body, improving your circulation, cleaning your skin and even alleviating aches and pains. A spa holiday in Wales is also a chance to spend some quality with a friend or loved one.
Spa facilities at top hotels
A spa holiday is your opportunity to get away from it all, to recharge the batteries and to enjoy a weekend of mindfulness and pampering. We only pick the highest-end hotels with no less than four or five stars and ensure that they have the best spa facilities available. Spa hotels may boast a jacuzzi, sauna, swimming pool and a wellness centre or gym. For true luxury choose a hotel that also offers a range of spa treatments such as massages and beauty treatments. These exclusive hotels also offer dining opportunities and may include breakfast and an evening meal.
Getting out and discovering Wales
The beautiful, mountainous country of Wales is teeming with things to do from the northernmost to southernmost edges. However long your luxury spa break in Wales is, you should find the time to enjoy what’s outside the hotel too. To the north lies the Snowdonia National Park and to the South, the Brecon Beacons. To the southwest is the UK’s only coastal national park, the rugged coastline of Pembrokeshire. Wales is also home to a high concentration of castles, namely Caernarfon, Conwy, Cardiff and Pembroke Castles. A calendar of cultural and sporting events can be also enjoyed in Cardiff.