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Relax and reminisce on a mini-moon break at The Spa Hotel at Ribby Hall Village

PUBLISHED: 11:01 19 March 2018 | UPDATED: 14:34 20 March 2018

The Spa Hotel at Ribby Hall Village

The Spa Hotel at Ribby Hall Village

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Many newly-weds put off the grand getaway until a more convenient time, but still want that special time away together just after the wedding. And that’s where the mini-moon comes in.

The Spa Hotel at Ribby Hall VillageThe Spa Hotel at Ribby Hall Village

The delicate leaves of confetti have fluttered away and the stunning dress is back under wraps, but it’s still a few months until you fly away on your dream honeymoon. With today’s demanding work schedules, many newly-weds put off the grand getaway until a more convenient time, but still want that special time away together just after the wedding. And that’s where the mini-moon comes in.

The award winning Spa Hotel, at Ribby Hall Village in Lancashire, is the perfect place to relax, unwind and relive all the unforgettable moments of your wedding day. Consistently awarded 5 Bubble status by the Good Spa Guide since 2011, and having recently won Best for UK Customer Service, its luxurious rooms, fabulous spa facilities, outdoor hot tubs and fine dining will add an extra special something to your memory bank.

The Spa Hotel at Ribby Hall VillageThe Spa Hotel at Ribby Hall Village

Ribby Hall Village is Lancashire’s only five-star holiday village and The Spa Hotel is the jewel in its crown. At the end of The Village’s main drive, with its own ornamental lake and fountain, The Spa Hotel sits in hilltop splendour, enjoying unspoilt views of the surrounding countryside. It’s an appropriate setting because The Hotel really is the pinnacle of luxury.

A one or two night stay here really does tick all those minimoon boxes. The minimum requirement, of course, is a room to make you feel special - after all, we’re effectively talking about a honeymoon suite – and The Spa Hotel rooms will not disappoint. Each is individually designed with luxury and comfort in mind. Calming décor, soft furnishings and innovative lighting combine to create a feeling of intimacy and sanctuary; this is your space.

The Spa Hotel at Ribby Hall VillageThe Spa Hotel at Ribby Hall Village

Whether you opt for a luxury room, a suite or one of the two fabulous penthouses, you’ll enjoy the benefit of complimentary ELEMIS toiletries in your en-suite bath and shower room, free Wi-Fi, Sky TV, safe and a fridge with complimentary tea, coffee, fresh milk and mineral water. And if there’s anything else you need, the 24hr room service is on hand to take care of it.

A sumptuous room is the perfect start, but The Spa Hotel goes a step further than that, offering all the extra ingredients required for true relaxation and pampering potential. All Spa Breaks here include access to the Aqua Thermal Journey, a unique two-hour spa experience designed to detoxify and revitalise.

The Spa Hotel at Ribby Hall VillageThe Spa Hotel at Ribby Hall Village

Taking in steam rooms, saunariums, the deliciously fragrant Balinese Salt Inhalation Room, monsoon showers and a hydrotherapy pool, the Aqua Thermal Journey is a sensory mixture of hot and cold experiences which cleanse the skin and soothe the mind.

At the end of your journey, you can visit the outdoor Zen Garden and Bar which has recently benefitted from a £200,000 investment to provide a second hot tub, outdoor experience shower with mood lighting and an invigorating Himalayan Salt Sauna. Whatever the weather, this is the perfect place to relax in warm, bubbling water, overlooking the countryside and reminiscing about your special day.

The Spa Hotel at Ribby Hall VillageThe Spa Hotel at Ribby Hall Village

Of course, you’re not limited to the Aqua Thermal Journey. The Spa Hotel at Ribby Hall Village has a range of treatments for men and women, including its own Signature Collection which can’t be found anywhere else in the UK. Why not treat yourselves to a facial, a full body massage, skin treatment or holistic therapy? There is so much to choose from and, once you’ve indulged, you can be sure that the stress of place settings and speeches will be distant memory.

After all that pampering, you’ll be ready for some refreshment and the 2 AA Rosette restaurants at The Spa Hotel will not disappoint. The super-talented chefs at both The Orangery and The Brasserie source local ingredients wherever possible and combine them inventively to create a range of mouth-watering dishes. As well as a romantic dinner, you can enjoy cocktails in the Champagne Bar, dine al fresco in warmer weather or relax in front of a roaring fire in The Lounge Bar.

The Spa Hotel at Ribby Hall VillageThe Spa Hotel at Ribby Hall Village

Your mini-moon should be an escape, a place where you can relax together, just the two of you, and be indulged. Stay at The Spa Hotel and, when asked by your friends and family if you had the perfect break, you can answer in all honesty, ‘we did’.

Spa Breaks at The Spa Hotel, including breakfast, dinner, access to the Aqua Thermal Journey and overnight stay, start from £119 per person.

The Spa Hotel at Ribby Hall VillageThe Spa Hotel at Ribby Hall Village

Visit www.ribbyhall.co.uk/the-spa-hotel for more information or call 0800 107 0511

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