Short Break at Champneys Springs Health Farm, Ashby De la Zouche, Leicestershire

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Short Break at Champneys Springs Health Farm, Ashby De la Zouche, Leicestershire


...at Champneys Springs Health Farm, Ashby de la Zouch, Leicestershire

Get spoiled. When you visit Champneys Springs in Leicestershire - one of four health spas in the Champneys family in the UK - you can enjoy a completely relaxing experience. From facials and massages to manicures and pedicures, the most taxing thing we had to do was choose which treatments to have.

Premier Service. As we had the Premier Service, there was fruit and bottled water waiting for us in our rooms, and Champneys products in the bathroom for us to try out. We were also given complimentary white fluffy robes and slippers, which we were able to take home with us.

Easy does it. My first treatment was a 25-minute relaxing facial using Champneys' own products. I was so relaxed that had it lasted any longer I would have fallen asleep! Afterwards, my skin felt soft and smooth, and I left clutching a list of what to do, including get plenty of rest. Easy!

Something for everyone. While I enjoy going to Champneys first and foremost to relax, there are plenty of opportunities to get fit during your stay. As well as the gym, there are exercise classes and you can hire bikes or even partake in a game of golf in the grounds. …

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