Foxhills in Surrey has unveiled its latest addition as part of a string of new developments at the 400-acre site in the form of a new yoga cabin.
The four-star hotel, which is owned and operated by the Hayton family, has invested £500k into the new cabin that is set in the woodland next to the spa and opened this summer.
The space has been constructed by Blue Forest, using only certified timbers from sustainably-managed forests.
The new building is also home to bird boxes with planting designed to encourage wildlife to the area.
The development is part of a rolling £25m investment programme at the site, which has seen a new dining room launched already this year.
Rosie Allen, leisure manager at Foxhills said: “It is an excellent new facility for everyone to enjoy and we believe it is up there with the best you can find in anywhere in the region.
“Yoga is an increasingly popular activity for both men and women and has been shown to make a really positive impact on people’s lives, both physically and mentally. Our members and guests have really taken to it and it has now become an integral part of the Foxhills leisure experience.”
Foxhills in Surrey is undergoing a period of regeneration, with its owner ploughing money into an ambitious £25m project that will see the 400-acre resort transition into a real destination.
Just under a year ago, Tej Walia was appointed as general manager to drive this development. Walia, a member of Institute of Hospitality and St Julian’s scholar with more than seven years of experience as a general manager, replaced Jason Adams, who departed earlier in 2018 to join Lygon Arms.