Wellness Days at Swinton Park
Date: 20th August, 2010
Swinton Park’s Spa and Treatment Rooms have launched a new Wellness Day, combining a holistic approach to health with a day of relaxation and detox.
The day is ideal as a Christmas Gift Voucher, with dates running from New Year 2011 onwards, and offers women time out to relax and enjoy the hotel’s facilities and also the opportunity to review their lifestyle and diet.
Guests attending the day will be able to enjoy :
- The use of the hotel’s spa, with sauna and Jacuzzi, and relaxation room
- A half hour detox massage
- A mini manicure or pedicure
- A consultation with nutritionalist Kate Chaytor-Norris
- A cookery demonstration focussing on health and diet and followed by lunch served at the demonstration table
The nutritionalist attending the day will be Kate Chaytor-Norris, who specialises in women’s health and wellbeing (including hormone balancing), and weight loss. The cookery courses will be run by the Cookery School Chef, Robert Taylor, and the products used in the spa will be from [comfort zone] and Jessica.
The day costs £90 per person. Bookings can be made for groups and individuals, and the maximum number attending a day is 8. The Wellness Days will be running on Mondays on :
- Tuesday 15th February 2011
- Tuesday 8th March 2011
- Tuesday 5th April 2011
- Tuesday 10th May 2011
- Tuesday 13th September 2011
- Tuesday 11th October 2011
- Tuesday15th November 2011
Press enquiries : Felicity Cunliffe-Lister : 01765 680944 : firstname.lastname@example.org
Notes for the Editor :
- Swinton Park is a 30 bedroom luxury hotel with 4 Red Stars and 3 Rosettes for quality of food. It is the ancestral seat of the Earl of Swinton and is owned by the Cunliffe-Lister family, who opened it as a hotel in 2001.
- The hotel has a cookery school, with day, evening and residential courses running all year. The residential courses are run by the TV Celebrity chef, Rosemary Shrager.
- The gardens, including the four acre walled garden, have been extensively restored in recent years. The walled garden now grows over 60 varieties of seasonal herbs, fruit and produce. The hotel is committed to keeping food miles to an absolute minimum, with the majority of all other produce sourced by the hotel coming from the surrounding 20,000 acre estate and Yorkshire countryside.
- The hotel has a carbon neutral woodchip boiler, eco-laundry and many other environmental measures in place – winning awards for its green policies.