Inside Spa in Lancashire to relaunch following £500,000 renovation

Inside Spa at the Pendle Wavelenghts leisure centre, Lancashire, is set to reopen in October, following extensive renovation work.

The Lancashire spa, which was damaged in a fire last year, has seen a £500,000 investment, with revamped and upgraded facilities.

The new facilities at Inside Spa, which has kept its treatment rooms operational during the renovation work, include a relaxation room and a wellness area with neck, back, feet and massage stations. There will be a thermal suite that spans four rooms and includes a herbal bath, vitality sauna, aroma steam room and salt inhalation rom.

There will also be two feature showers, a rasul mud treatment room and an ice station. The thermal suite has been designed by spa designers and facilities providers Helo.

The spa will offer treatments by a wide range of spa and beauty brands, including Germaine de Cappucini, Jessica, Mii and Caci.

Alison Goode, chief executive of Pendle Leisure Trust, which operates the spa, said: “Our team is delighted with the new contemporary design which certainly rivals any private sector spa in the area. It will be a tremendously enjoyable experience and will once be affordable for everyone. We cannot wait for the completion and to welcome old and new customers alike.”