Cary Arms in Devon has announced it is to open a new luxury sea-view spa as part of the hotel’s £2m expansion plans, and will launch the new addition in December.
The five-star boutique hotel will open the doors to the ‘Cary Spa’ in just one month’s time to top off a series of development at the property, which has included the launch of six new beach huts and two larger beach suites.
Owned by Lana de Savary, the wife of international entrepreneur and yachtsman, Peter de Savary, the spa will be home to a glass-fronted pool and panoramic deck offering views along the Jurassic coastline, while inside, the spa will feature a series of treatment rooms, hydrotherapy pool, sauna, steam room and gym.
Treatments will be based on the marine-themed French beauty and skincare brand Thalgo, with options ranging from ‘vital defence’ facials to full body Swedish massage.
The spa opening follows the unveiling of the new Beach Huts and Beach Suites. Each beach hut comprises an outdoor terrace, sitting room, wet bar, fireplace, bedroom and bathroom.
In addition to the new six Beach Huts and the two new Beach Suites, the Cary Arms has ten existing New-England-style guest rooms and suites, plus a further three newly-restored fisherman’s cottages ranging from three to five bedrooms.