Spas To Visit After Lockdown

It's National Spa Week and although we can't celebrate by visiting our favourite spas, we've rounded up our luxe list to visit after lockdown...
National Spa Week

Ramside Hall

Nestled in 350 acres of private land, there’s no better place to unwind and forget any troubles than at Ramside Hall Hotel, Golf and Spa. 

Slip into a pair of fluffy slippers and a complimentary robe and let luxury set in.

It’s not difficult to see why the Spa at Ramside is multi-award winning, with its pristine facilities boasting a state-of-the-art gym, a long list of treatments featuring high-end brands Natura Bisse and Elemis and five different swimming pools to choose from. 

Guests can test their strokes in an Olympic sized swimming pool, make the most of the hydrotherapy pool and bubble pool or enjoy a blast of cold air as they step into the outdoor spa – where a heated vitality pool is waiting for them. 

And for a truly special experience, then there is no better option than making their way up to the private balcony infinity pool – which must be booked separately – and taking in stunning views across the hotel grounds. 

It just wouldn’t be a spa day without a sauna and the Spa at Ramside has a variety to choose from, including its Herbal Infused Sauna, Himalayan Salt Steam Room, Caldarium and a Sunken Sauna. 

Relaxing can be hungry work but luckily the Fusion restaurant is just a short walk through the spa where guests can enjoy a vast variety of delicious Asian-inspired dishes.

And, if one day at the spa isn’t enough, then guests can choose to stay in one of the opulent bedrooms in the main hotel or truly treat themselves by booking a treehouse suite, with a private outdoor hot tub. 


For more information, or to book, visit or call 0191 375 3088


Seaham Hall

It’s important to embrace the calm – especially during the chaos we currently find ourselves living in.

The award-winning Serenity Spa at Seaham Hall evokes the importance of rest, recovery and relaxation to reset the mind, body and soul in real-time.

With a multitude of immersive facilities, The Serenity Spa aims to welcome all with a sense of wellbeing. Whether it be a 60-minute treatment escape, a spa experience with all the added extras or a slumber down on the waterbeds, whatever it is, you will feel your best self yet.

The team at Seaham Hall are experts in enriching lifestyle practices, enhancing self-responsibility and building memorable experiences by concentrating on physical, mental and emotional connection, in a socially inviting environment.

Perfectly placed on the Durham coastline, the Spa is surrounded by sea air and acres of spectacular views that left you feeling totally complete.

You can visit the Serenity Spa from as little at £85 per person for an evening of blissfulness, however, a full-day retreat is recommended for the ultimate experience.

Your full-day experience includes access to all spa facilities 9am – 5pm, a 60m Temple Spa or Ishga treatment of your choice from selected listing, plus an authentic two-course lunch in Ozone restaurant whereby robes and slippers are the order of the day.


For more information, visit


Grantley Hall

Treat yourself to an evening of relaxation with Grantley Hall’s Twilight Spa Package in the Three Graces Spa.

Let the stress of day-to-day life melt away with a 60-minute treatment from their Natura Bisse Face & Body Rituals selection – not to mention full access to the Spa thermal facilities.

Indulge in a sumptuous two-course dinner in the EightyEight Bar & Restaurant; before soaking in the steamy outdoor hydrotherapy pool, watching the stars fill the night sky. Dreamy.

£145 per person

National Spa Week

For more information, visit


Wynyard Hall

Melt away stress, ease your worries and rejuvenate your mind in the soothing surroundings of Wynyard’s Hall award-winning Spa.

Nestled in the old boathouse and with panoramic views across the lake and parkland, you could be anywhere in the world. It provides a tranquil hideaway to enjoy a range of dreamy spa treatments.

Whether you’re looking for a luxurious spa day, or want to banish aches and pains, the therapists at Wynyard Hall will ensure you leave feeling entirely refreshed.

From a bubbly soak in the outdoor hot tubs to the herbal sauna, the salt inhalation room and an exquisite ice fountain – there’s plenty at hand to help you switch off and relax.

Spa time starts at just £30 per person for 2-hours. The extensive Temple Spa treatment range includes an array of luxurious therapies, designed to help you unwind, aid sleep, energise, improve your skin tone and more. Favourites include the Power Breakfast Facial, Go Figure firming and toning remedy and the Wynyard Signature treatment.

National Spa Week

For more information, visit


Rockliffe Hall

Switching off and indulging in some much-needed ‘me time’  is one of the most important aspects of self-care – and my goodness, don’t we all need it at the moment. 

Rockliffe Hall’s Spa Garden is a blissful base to relax, unwind and soak away the stress this winter. Boasting panoramic views of the estate, as well as indulgent spa facilities to help you drift away, this place oozes style and tranquillity. 

Spend your day soaking in the warm outdoor pool, lay your head upon one of the heated loungers, have a snooze on the cosy day beds and sip on a drink of your choice as you take in the blissful surroundings. 

Retreat inside to the COVID-safe spa and treat yourself to an array of delightful treatments on offer at Rockliffe Hall. We’ve set our sights on the Body Bliss 90 minute ritual; a blissful head-to-toe treatment starting with an Ayurvedic Indian head massage, followed by a chakra balancing back massage using hot poultices and completed with a therapeutic foot ritual.

Fluffy robes and slippers at the ready, it’s time for a pamper-perfect day. 

5 Things To Do In The North East This Winter

For more information, visit


Related Stories