leisure & spa
The six-seater hot tub is next to the table & benches, catching overhead mid day sun & getting the last of the days rays too. A great spot for chatting to friends & family dining outside, or for lounging in the evening & looking up to clouds above & the hills beyond. It is on a 9.00pm timer.
The Upper Malt House wc facilities off the open plan space feature panelling made from old window panels found in the barn prior to conversion, and is next to the spa, which has a two-seater infra red sauna cabin and a large steam sauna and power shower cabin.
The mini gym, on a mezzanine platform in The Upper Malt House, features a water rower, an exercise bike, a power plate and free weights. It also has books on holistic health, and the facial steamer and foot spa.
The pub sized pool table is situated in the lower malt house, with leather sofas and a flat screen TV/DVD with surround sound. It also has all the cocktail equipment, reference books and martini glasses for those keen to demonstrate their mixology skills.
The ground floor wet room offers a power shower, a wc & hand wash basin, with a flap down seat & grab rail for the less firm. This room is accessible from the garden, via the kitchen, for sun-bathers & hot-tub users, or directly from the twin blue bedroom. Doors from either side can be locked internally to allow access to which ever side is most suitable for guests.
In House Pamper treatments can be booked, such as mini pedicures, manicures, indian head massage and facials, by Nikita Mundy of Salon FX. We can co-ordinate this for you or Nikita can be contacted directly on 07540 450 957 – she also does one of the best deep tissue massages I have ever come across!
Hot Tub Care and Use
• Please do not use the hot tub if you have been drinking alcohol, and please eat at the table and not in the tub.
• Please only use plastic beakers, found in the baskets in the kitchen, on and around the tub – both for your own safety and that of future guests in terms of broken glass
• Please shower before you enter the hot tub – this is for health and hygiene reasons – sun creams and body lotions alter the ph balance of the tub and make the water appear cloudy very quickly
• Please remove as much debris as possible from your feet before entering the hot tub