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Wye Valley Spa
Walford
Ross on Wye
Herefordshire

HR9 5QU | View map

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Set in 4 acres of landscaped grounds, the Spa is hacienda style and comprises 1000's of feet with superior architect designed, newly equipped accommodation with many unique features and fun facilities.

Cardio theatre, gym with a resident Personal Trainer. changing area with showers. Large superb Atmospheric Steam and Sauna. Fast football/tennis court, outdoor heated pool and hot tub as well as fabulous alfresco dining on the sun terraces or roof garden.
New Bistro and Henski's Bar, 6 spa treatment rooms, a large reception/lounge area, inner sanctum that sleeps 3 and a 20" x 25" Club Room that transforms to provide luxurious, screened sleeping accommodation for 9 people. There are 4 showers, a bath and 4 toilets.

These unique facilities in an Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty offer hair and beauty treatments, including sports, G5 cellulite and hot stone massages. Specialist facials and crystal clear microdermabrasion are all on offer, as well as body wraps, hand and foot treatments. WE ARE AN ADULT ONLY SANCTUARY.

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