Located within 24 acres of South Derbyshire countryside, The Spa at Breedon Priory is scheduled to open in mid-to-late-September this year with a total build cost of £4.3m.
Work is currently ongoing at the 1,344sqm spa spa, which has been designed by Nottingham architects YMD Boon, and the finished facility will offer guests a large spa garden designed by Lush Landscapes.
The spa’s thermal suite will comprise a Himalayan salt sauna, a herbal sauna, an aroma steam room and a herbal steam room as well as an ice fountain and experience showers. There will be two outside pools – a vitality pool with a range of different features and a relaxation pool with infinity edge overlooking the small lake and surrounding countryside. Inside there will also be two relaxation areas and a slumber room.
Among the wellness offer will be six single treatment rooms and one double, which is part of a private suite that has its own secluded outside relaxation area with a spa bath and fire pit. Inside there will be a private lounge, an adjoining double treatment room and a range of other luxury relaxation features.
Completing the guest facilities will be a restaurant and bistro both with outside dining areas and offering a menu using locally sourced ingredients.
Upon opening, a second phase of the project will see the construction of eight holiday lodges for guests wishing to spend more time enjoying Breedon Priory’s facilities.