The Coach House at Middleton Lodge in Yorkshire has announced plans for a spa extension within its grounds, and is now on the hunt for a local spa partner to run and manage its treatment rooms.
Following its successful launch in October 2014, The Coach House is now adding two spa treatment rooms, two shower rooms and a separate area for pedicures and manicures in a bid to further its luxury offering and enhance the guest experience.
The new spa is scheduled to open in Easter 2015 and the country estate’s team is now looking to partner with a regionally-based therapist who will be tasked with running and managing the new rooms.
James Allison, owner of Middleton Lodge and The Coach House commented: “This is a great platform for an established therapist to utilise the treatments rooms as their main base or to expand their current offering that will reach out to a whole new audience, every single week. We will work closely with the chosen therapist team to ensure the same friendly, relaxed atmosphere and unique ethos of The Coach House is reflected in the new treatment rooms.
“We pride ourselves on supporting local suppliers and businesses, so it’s really important to the team at The Coach House that the chosen therapist partner is regionally based. This expansion is the perfect opportunity for a local therapist or spa to grow their business in an exciting, supportive and thriving environment. We have spent the past decade, transforming and moulding the whole estate into a viable and successful business; therefore to be able to share this next venture with a spa partner is a really exciting prospect.”
Located in 200 acres of the Georgian country estate Middleton Lodge, the derelict carriage house underwent a £2m transformation and a two-year renovation period to become The Coach House.