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New luxury spa for Ye Olde Bell Hotel in Barnby Moor

Exterior Ye Olde Bell Hotel

Opening in Spring 2017, Ye Olde Bell Hotel are proud to announce construction is now well underway on a brand new purpose built £multi-million luxury Spa to further enhance the superb AA Four-Star Rosette hotel. Husband and wife team, Paul & Hilary Levack, have passionately restored Ye Olde Bell over recent years with great respect for its history whilst bringing it firmly into the 21st century and the Spa is a fitting addition to their aspirations.

It will be one of the top spas in the country with an impressive indoor to outdoor vitality hydropool , the only one in the UK with a bespoke ‘Snowstorm’ experience in addition to ‘Sabbia Med’ sunlight therapy and everything else you would expect in a spa of this calibre. A new hair salon plus six treatment rooms offering an extensive range of beauty treatments from eyebrow shaping to luxurious facials and massages with the LB Therapies specialist team and Germaine de Cappuccini products.

Creative menus are already being planned for the spa restaurant to cater for those who simply want to ‘dip their toe in the water’ counting the calories or those who want to ‘dive in’ and indulge for the day!

Guests planning a few days away on a health or pamper break will love the hotel’s 59 individually styled bedrooms, suites and lodges plus the range of dining options with their impressive restaurant, bistro or Mediterranean-style terrace bar in the gardens.

The 17,000 sq ft project is being designed and led by Sadie Levack in partnership with Spa Vision, LB Therapies and local architects, Gable Design.

Sadie commented “We’re already renowned for a wide range of guests and market segments at the hotel, including corporate, conferences and weddings, and the addition of this world-class spa will not only enhance their experience, but we’re now looking forward to welcoming a whole new group of spa guests to also enjoy Ye Olde Bell.”

Barnby Moor, Retford, Nottinghamshire DN22 8QS

Posted on 08 July 2016

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