Whether an exhausted food soldier of the Roman garrison, or a weary servant girl of Caesars empire, Spa Towns and Resorts have been popular since the ancient times. Back in the 21st Century, spas offer us a welcome sanctuary for relaxation and retreat from the hulabaloo of modern times.
The Norton Grange Hotel and Spa in Rochdale, complete with 81 bedrooms if you’re planning a grand scale do, and the Mercure Last Drop Hotel in Bolton, a collection of pretty 18th Century farmhouses with views over the West Pennine Moors. From nearby Lancashire we welcome the stunning Dunkenhalgh Hotel and Spa(also part of the Mercure group) set within a 700 year old castle replete with turrets and sitting in some of North England’s finest parkland.Rowhill Grange and Utopia Spajoin us from Kent. This charming country house has been stylishly modernised, and offers award winning food, delightful gardens and very comfortable accommodation. If the Garden of England appeals, another Mercure Hotel, the Mercure Hythe Imperial Hotel on Princes Parade in Kent is decorated in a luxurious traditional style with all mod cons, and hosts a golf course and tennis courts within it’s 50 acre grounds.If you’re considering having your wedding day in the luxury of spa surroundings, follow this link to our collection of spas across the country. We’re sure you’ll find somewhere that’s perfect for your big day.
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