As we’re slowly approaching a new month (how is it almost July?) I have a new ‘must-have’ spa on my list which I really want to visit for a spa day.
The spa is no other than Mottram Hall, set in the leafy Cheshire countryside. I’ve been familiar with the place since hearing about a lot of brides getting married there.
While searching for spa breaks in Cheshire, I stumbled across some glorious reviews of the place. Then I realised: I experienced one of the most amazing afternoon tea events there last year!
I visited Mottram Hall last year for a British themed afternoon tea event with a group of other food and travel bloggers around Cheshire and Manchester. As we were there to experience the themed event, I sadly didn’t have much time to explore the place properly, which has left me eager to return.
I’m a huge lover of spa days and luxury relaxation venues, so after doing a little more research, this is now the next one on my list.
As you can see from the photos above and below, the afternoon tea was pretty incredible! It was beautifully presented with a fabulous selection of both sweet and savoury.
As me and my favourite group of girls haven’t got together for a while, I’m not planning a spa trip to Mottram Hall to form our next get together.
It looks like you can combine your spa day with a luxurious overnight stay at Mottram Hall, shaping up what seems like the perfect hotel and spa weekend. I feel like to get the most out of this pretty place, it would be amazing for us to enjoy some indulgent spa treatments, followed by another cheeky visit to their Tea Rooms for afternoon tea for lunch.
From looking further into Mottram Hall’s spa offering, I noticed that they are an Elemis spa and salon, which was great news to me. I’ve been a huge fan of Elemis for such a long time, that I’m always overjoyed when I spy that facials and massages are carried out by the brand.
The treatments which have stood out to me include the BIOTEC facial, which retails at £75 for the 50 minute treatment. It’s a tailored electrical
facial which uses a combination of oxygen and light therapy to work on firming and toning the skin. It uses micro-currents which start to lift and tone, followed by an ultra sonic peel.
I’ve heard a lot about these electro current facials, and I had a CACI treatment last year which I was impressed with. However, I’d be intrigued to experience this version and look forward to a younger looking, firmer and radiant complexion before hitting the rest of the spa!
As I slump a lot over my laptop week in, week out, I am absolutely crying out for a full body massage too. One of the massage treatments which has grabbed my attention is the Freestyle deep tissue massage. This one costs £45 for 25 mins, £75 for 50 mins and £90 for 80 mins. The state of my back and shoulders currently means I’d possibly be in need of the 80 minute intense session!
This treatment is described as a massaged using a dynamic blend of essential oils rhythmically applied to the pressure points your body needs, using a firm massage technique. The results include tension fading away and aching muscles soothed.
The deepest pressure for me here please!
The restaurant for dinner and the bar area for drinks and cocktails also looks exquisite. I feel I would only need to arrive on a Saturday morning and leave midday on the Sunday to feel like I’ve had a full week in paradise!
This Cheshire spa hotel is definitely now topping my list. All I need to do now is get all my girls together, open up our diaries and get booking something in!