Calcot & Spa in the Cotswolds has unveiled a new look to its spa this month, following a significant refurbishment and redesign.
The latest developments are part of its philosophy to continue to ‘evolve with the changing wellness sphere’, with new treatments launched to complement the new design.
Seven new treatment rooms have been introduced, alongside a refreshed sauna, steam room and relaxation area at the hotel, which is part of The Calcot Collection.
Since its opening in 2003, Calcot has remained a firm spa favourite with local Cotswolds residents and beyond, shown through its membership running at full capacity with a waiting list for many years.
Leading the redesign was interior designer Cathy Birtles. Sharing her inspiration behind the new look Cathy said: “Natural beauty seemed the obvious starting point for design inspiration for a spa set within the landscape of the Cotswolds. We have used a fusion of contemporary clean lines with natural materials such as wood and stone, playing with different textures and finishes, to create a restful space that reflects the healing effect of the surrounding nature.”
To mark the reopening, Calcot Spa has introduced two innovative new Peptide Facials to its extensive menu with main spa partner ELEMIS.
These will be joined by two new spa treatments from Aromatherapy Associates, which has partnered with Calcot Spa for more than 16 years.
Calcot comprises 35 bedrooms, two restaurants, The Conservatory restaurant and pub, The Gumstool Inn, plus children’s Playbarn and crèche, alongside the spa and fitness studio.
The hotel operates as part of The Calcot Collection, with Barnsley House and The Village Pub, Lord Crewe Arms and The Painswick.