EXCLUSIVE: Lucknam Park invests £250k in six-week spa refresh


Luxury five-star country house hotel Lucknam Park has recently invested £250k into refreshing its spa facilities as part of a six-week project.

The hotel has given its ESPA spa a facelift, relining and refurbishing the main pool and hydro pools, as well as introducing a new sauna featuring a Himalayan salt feature.

The sauna and steam rooms within the changing rooms have been revamped and a new ice feature installed.

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The gym now boasts a new mural wall with an image of Lucknam Park’s driveway, to ‘bring the outdoors in’.

In December, it was revealed that managing director Claire Randall was to leave her position to take up a role at The Idle Rocks and St Mawes Hotel in Truro in March.

During her time at Lucknam Park, she was been an integral part of the property’s development and evolution, overseeing a £20m investment project and the launch of the spa in 2008.

The 42-bedroom hotel is set in 500 acres of grounds and is home to the Michelin-star Restaurant Hywel Jones, the luxury ESPA spa and cookery school.

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