Spa breaks in Kent

Spa breaks in Kent: saunas, steam rooms and stunning countryside

From manicures to massages, discover the best places to get the royal treatment in the Garden of England.<o:p></o:p>

We all need a little pampering once in a while, and Kent’s the place to do it. In this leafy green county you’ll find countryside retreats offering everything from hot stone back massages to innovative hydrotherapy sessions.

The county of Kent, located to the southeast of London, is home to many of the country’s finest spas – all of which make for an ideal relaxing weekend away.

Whether you’re after award-winning treatments, state-of-the-art saunas or simply a weekend of luxurious lazing around, there’s a spa break in Kent that’s ready and waiting for you.

Best for: For a post-race relax

Mercure Dartford Brands Hatch Hotel & Spa

Our Dartford Brands Hatch Hotel & Spa is located in the wonderful countryside near to the famous race circuit. Perfectly located for motor racing fans visiting for a track day, this hotel and spa is the ideal retreat for a post-race relaxation session. Change up the pace and take a dip in the heated indoor swimming pool, soak in the jacuzzi or sweat it out in the sauna and steam room, all before relaxing in one of the four treatment rooms with a massage or something from the menu of indulgent and renewing Decleor spa treatments, from wraps to facials to mani-pedis. If you’re feeling a little more active, the hotel’s gym offers spin and Zumba classes and the hotel is just three miles from the picturesque greens of London Golf Club, home to two fantastic golf courses. 

Best for: Alternative therapies

Rowhill Grange’s Utopia Spa<o:p></o:p>

Located just a 20-minute car journey from Mercure Dartford Brands Hatch Hotel, Rowhill Grange is an attractive 19th Century manor house set amongst rolling green English gardens. The Utopia Spa here follows a different style, however. The two floors of whirlpools, jacuzzis and hydrotherapy pools are Roman inspired, decorated with luxurious golden pillars and pretty mosaic tiling. Whilst other facilities include a sauna and monsoon shower, it’s the treatments at Utopia that are the real draw. Swerving slightly away from the traditional spa treatments (although they are available), the therapy list features a chakra wellbeing experience, outer glow body scrub, and an inner peace full-body massage. 

Best for: A spa party

Brandshatch Place Spa<o:p></o:p>

Brandshatch Place is a stunning Georgian mansion set in 12 acres of lawns, all open for guests to wander. This spa is a really tranquil retreat less than ten minutes from Brands Hatch Race Circuit and our Dartford Brands Hatch Hotel. Facility-wise, the spa features a full-size swimming pool, a jacuzzi, sauna, steam room and relaxation lounge. The therapy list is short but sweet, offering Elemis facials and Jessica manicures. Ideal for hen parties or a birthday blowout, Brandshatch Place offers great celebration packages too.

Best for: Range of treatments

Spa Spa<o:p></o:p>

 This family-run country manor in Royal Tunbridge Wells is surrounded by 14 acres of lush greenery and offers guests full use of its recently refurbished ‘Spa Spa’ facilities. The list of amenities includes a floodlit tennis court, indoor swimming pool, steam room, sauna and a state-of-the-art gymnasium. When it comes to treatments, it’s nearly impossible to choose just one from Spa Spa’s vast and comprehensive therapy menu. For female guests, there are ESPA facials, deep body cleanses, oriental head massages and hot stone treatments. Male guests are not forgotten either, and men can pick from a list of essential oil facials or deep muscle massages.

Find more information about our Dartford Brands Hatch Hotel and its onsite spa here.<o:p></o:p>

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