The Best Spa and Hotel Breaks in Wales

Cardiff Bay|©Stéphane Goldstein/Flickr
Cardiff Bay|©Stéphane Goldstein/Flickr
If you want to rediscover a sense of serenity and inner relaxation, Wales’ spa breaks offer up some of the most relaxing experiences.

Celtic Manor Resort

Escape the stresses and strains of everyday life at the Celtic Manor Resort. Its award-winning spa offers several different packages from pampering treatment at the Ocius Treatment Rooms to musclease treatment that will reboot your waning energy levels. If that isn’t your thing, you can cathartically release your stress at the health and fitness suite, swimming lengths and looking after your body.

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Lake Vyrnwy Hotel

This quiet, cosy spa resort is perched by the side of the beautiful Lake Vyrnwy. In fact, you can even book rooms with a beautiful view of the vista. Rejuvenate yourself with a full spa experience in the heart of Wales. Lake Vyrnwy Hotel offers a plethora of treatments; experience showers, salt steam, steamy saunas, an ice fountain, a Jacuzzi, and tepidarium couches.

Lake Vrynwy ©David Harris/Flickr

St David’s Hotel and Spa

The St. David’s Hotel & Spa is a striking landmark situated on the stunning waterfront of Cardiff Bay. One of the finest hotels in Cardiff, its upmarket, glassy exterior allows light to flow in, making your time spent there feel natural. A visit to the award-winning Marine Spa is a must to feel pampered and relaxed. Go for a swim in the indoor swimming pool, a soak in the hydrotherapy spa pool, or a workout at the fully equipped gym. Then treat yourself to a relaxing spa treatment.

St David's Hotel and Spa ©David Jones:Flickr

Laguna Health and Spa

Based in the heart of the capital city, Laguna Health and Spa offers a 20m indoor swimming pool, spa bath, steam room, poolside loungers plus a fully equipped gym. Whether you have just 15 minutes, an hour or maybe the whole day to relax and de-stress, then the Laguna Health & Spa, provides the perfect environment in which you can truly unwind. Treatment deals at this exquisite hotel change so make sure to check out deals of the month.

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St Brides Spa Hotel

Planted in a picture book location, St Brides Hotel finds itself in truly one of the most beautiful locations in Wales. A sanctuary of calm and tranquillity, visitors can benefit from their wonderful spa whilst fully embracing Pembrokeshire, with full height windows that slide open to reveal the fresh sea air and gentle sound of the tide. The spa is very close: just a five-minute walk from the beach should you fancy a walk by the surf.

Pembrokeshire coast ©David Evans/Flickr

Bodysgallen Hall and Spa

Previously voted one of the 10 Best UK Spa Retreats in the UK, the Spa at Bodysgallen Hall offers a variety of health and relaxation treatments to hotel residents, day guests and Spa Club members alike. It is well worth escaping to North Wales to experience Bodygallen’s ‘twilight experience’ – time in a sensual relaxation room, a one hour full body massage of aromatherapy facial, followed by dinner in the Dining Room. Check online for deals and break offers.

View towards Bodysgallen ©Allan Harris/Flickr

Tre-Ysgawen Hall

This upscale spa hotel occupies a 19th-century mansion and offers some the latest holistic treatment available. A spa break at this unique resort offers you full use of spa facilities including pool, gym and thermal suite. You will also be given refreshments upon arrival and a robe, slippers and towel for use during the stay.

The Moat Spa, Ruthin Castle

Leave the world behind you when you step into The Moat Spa at Ruthin Castle. The spa rests in the rustic woodland grounds of this authentic Welsh castle‘s moat and the treatments will help relax your mind and revive your spirit. This retreat will leave you feeling refreshed and energized.

Ruthin Castle Gatehouse ©Jim Linwood/Flickr