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Laceby Manor announces June opening for long-awaited spa

By Lauren Heath-Jones

UK

By Lauren Heath-Jones

16 June 2022

www.lacebymanor.co.uk/spa
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A new sustainable spa will soon open at the Laceby Manor resort in Lincolnshire, UK. Scheduled to open this summer, The Spa at Laceby Manor is helmed by spa director Belinda Belli and will offer a ‘unique, holistic wellness experience.’ Occupying 1,500 sqm, the spa will feature seven treatment rooms, including a double suite, as well as post-treatment areas and 400 sq m of outdoor space. 

Facilities on offer will include an indoor-outdoor pool, Finnish sauna, herbal steam bath, aroma steam bath, hammam, rasul and a herbal hot lounge, as well as a gym and spa restaurant. 

Other facilities include a bathing room, equipped with a private Japanese-inspired garden, and a natural swimming pond for wild swimming and cold water therapy, which has been filled using an innovative rainwater harvesting and filtration system.

Aiming to provide indulgent experiences that revive guests while being respectful of the planet, the treatment menu provides a comprehensive range of indulgent experiences from brand partners 111Skin, Voya and Tribe517. Available treatments include massages, facials, scrubs, body wraps, cryo-treatments and non-surgical facelifts. 

Additionally, the spa will offer several packages including overnight stays in the hotel’s new, bespoke spa rooms, each equipped with its own private deck and outdoor bathtubs offering stunning lake views

"We’re redefining the concept of luxury within the spa industry, replacing grandiosity with understated elegance and focusing on exceptional care and comfort over formality and opulence."

Belinda Belli

Spa Director, The Spa at Laceby Manor

Suppliers on the project include Ecoknit, which has provided eco-friendly robes that are efficient to wash and boast fast drying times, reducing the spa’s environmental footprint while still providing a luxurious feel. 

Design services were provided by Keir Architecture, which created the larch wood-clad exteriors. The interior architecture was created by Mark Green of Curveline Design, with interior design – featuring custom-designed furnishings from brands such as Menu, Carl Hansen, Skagerak, Muuto, HAY, B&B Italia, Pedrali, Santa & Cole, Bover and Vibia – by Alex Burnett. 

It’s also one of the first venues to feature products, including lighting and bathroom fittings from the collaboration between Vitra and British designer Tom Dixon.  

“Creating a purpose-built spa over the past two years has presented unique challenges, but we’ve embraced them as opportunities to design a wellness facility that truly delivers what people need,” said Belli. 

“We believe that sustainable wellness starts within The Spa at Laceby Manor and have embodied that throughout our offering: from sustainable, premium brands to a working environment that encourages staff wellbeing and the highest standards of customer care. We’re redefining the concept of luxury within the spa industry, replacing grandiosity with understated elegance and focusing on exceptional care and comfort over formality and opulence.”

“As our guests face the ever more overwhelming demands of modern life; we provide space to breathe and time to heal in beautiful surroundings, supported by food, refreshments and products that are both indulgent and nourishing. We offer more than simply a place to recharge and restore. We provide guests with the opportunity to reprioritise and restart their personal wellness journeys,” she added.

Be well...

Follow the link below to learn more about The Spa at Laceby Manor

www.lacebymanor.co.uk
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