Stoke Park Spa

Stoke Park Spa is no ordinary affair. A white-washed Palladian mansion set in an immaculate 300-acre estate, Stoke Park encompasses a five-star hotel with a 27-hole championship golf course, 13 tennis courts, a 3 AA rosette restaurant and a blissful spa. The high-ceilinged pool area is the star of the spa with a marble steam room, outdoor hydropool and Scandinavian sauna. There’s also a 4,000 square foot gym.


  • Single sex facilities
  • Family swim times
  • Child care facilities
  • 11 treatment rooms
  • Relaxation rooms
  • Steam rooms
  • Sauna
  • 16m indoor swimming pool
  • Nail bar
  • Boutique
  • Fitness Studio
  • Gym
  • Tennis courts (indoor, grass and artificial clay)
  • 27 hole championship golf course
  • Hot yoga studio
  • Spinning studio
  • Outdoor Scandinavian Sauna
  • Outdoor Hot Tub
  • Spa Garden


  • Aromatherapy Associates
  • Thalgo iBeauty
  • Lava Shells

Public Opinion

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What others are saying

"I have enjoyed each visit to this wonderful venue and spa. Always relaxing, the treatments are well organised and carried out professionally with care and consideration."


  • October 31, 2018 at 9:29 am

Voted: A social spa Health Focused Solo Friendly Romantic

"The spa day here seemed to be value for money at £160 for 2x 60 min treatments, lunch and use of the spa facilities. Spa facilities were nice and relaxing. Unfortunately, I would not recommend either of the treatments I had (Mum-to-be pregnancy massage) and Margaret Dabbs Supreme Pedicure (which failed to live up to its reputation). The therapist explained very briefly (no info on products) that I would be on my side (as is usual for a pregnancy massage) to do my back and some of my legs and then she would ask me to go on my back to do my arms, tops of my legs, decolletage and scalp. I thought the bed might be tilted at this point as at 8 months pregnant, I find it very uncomfortable to lie on my back and you are not advised to do this for a long period at any point in the 3rd trimester. However, this was not the case and so I had to ask for it to be done on my side instead and skipped the scalp massage so I didn't have to be on my back. I thought this was quite unprofessional and definitely not advised for a pregnancy massage - it was the opposite of relaxing having to try it out and then ask for it to be changed, didn't relax me at all! Then the pedicure was also of a poor standard - my cuticles were nipped and made me bleed slightly, we were not offered gels (which I read was available) and my heels were half-heartedly exfoliated but still left cracked and dry (which was the main reason I chose the pedicure due to not being able to reach my feet recently!). Such a shame. I wouldn't travel this far for this spa day again. Much better experiences to be had in town for a similar or better price."


  • August 6, 2018 at 3:23 pm

Voted: Family friendly A social spa

"Had a fabulous day! Can't wait to go back!"

Clare Givnan

  • November 14, 2016 at 8:35 pm

Voted: A social spa Health Focused Solo Friendly Romantic

"Beautiful day out and very good value if you book a package. We had a family girls day out and were very spoilt."

ashley louise king

  • October 19, 2015 at 5:07 pm

Voted: A social spa Solo Friendly Romantic

Spa Location

Spa location

Park Road,
Stoke Poges,

01753 717172

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Extra Information


Dedicated spa rooms available.

Opening Hours

Monday to Friday: 6.30am – 10pm 
Saturday and Sunday: 7am – 8pm

Treatment menu

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Park Road,
Stoke Poges,

01753 717172

Visit the spa's website

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