From cult status to natural springs, the spas in The East Midlands and The East cover the whole spa spectrum
Welcome to The East Midlands & The East
Whether you’re looking for big and beautiful or compact and bijou, the spas in The East Midlands and The East deliver. Take Radale Hall for example, the UK’s original spa retreat with a cult following that hasn’t waned in a history spanning 50 years, or Buxton Health Club, found within the walls of a sprawling crescent-shaped building that’s built upon on a natural spring.
You’ll also find glorious grounds at The Grove, value-for-money at Y Spa at Wyboston Lakes, an elegant extension at The Club at Cottonmill, outdoor pools aplenty at The Spa at Breedon Priory and day spa-ing at Eden Hall.
What makes it different?
When you’ve got Bedfordshire, Derbyshire, East Anglia, Hertfordshire and Leicestershire to play with, it’s hard to put a foot wrong. One of the first National Parks of England and Wales, the lofty Peak District attracts visitors to its moody moors, limestone landscapes, vast valleys and great gorges.
Being off the beaten track doesn’t put visitors off discovering the beaches, broads and chocolate-box villages of East Anglia either. The area enjoys more dry days and sunshine than many other regions in the country, too – no small potatoes in blustery Blighty.