Boringdon Hall’s £6 million Gaia Spa to open in April
An April opening date has been announced for the large-scale new spa at Boringdon Hall hotel in Plymouth, Devon.
Taking its name from the Greek goddess Gaia, the £6 million spa will operate under the motto of Your Wellness, Naturally.
The 1,700sq m spa, which occupies a separate building on the grounds of the 16th century Boringdon Hall, has been five years in development. Facilities at the spa will include 12 treatment rooms, including two doubles, an infinity pool, a hydrotherapy pool and indoor and outdoor out experiences.
The thermal features at the spa will range from a laconium, a herbal sauna, a rasul and experience showers, to a Finish sauna, a salt steam room, a crystal steam room and a balneotherapy suite.
The spa will also have outdoor relaxation space, an outdoor treatment area and outdoor yoga and meditation facilities. There will be a gym, offering personal training sessions, and a Spatisserie restaurant serving healthy cuisine and the spa will also have its own Gaia Spa product line.
Diane Nettleton, director of Gaia Spa, said: “Gaia Spa has been inspired by nature and the need for wellbeing. Taking a natural approach to wellness and relaxation Gaia Spa offers an extensive range of spa and wellness facilities.”
Boringdon Hall is part of the UK-based Nettleton Collection, whose other properties include Fistral Beach Hotel and Spa and The Esplanade Hotel, both in Newquay, Cornwall.