Eden Hall Spa

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Eden Hall is a day spa set in a dramatic building next to the A46 near Newark
An example of a typical Eden Hall lunch menu, included in the day rate of £120.
The Vinery Restaurant at Eden Hall Spa is a lovely setting for breakfast or a snack.

Eden Hall is an award-winning day Spa retreat located in the heart of Nottinghamshire, near Newark. It offers a full range of beauty and relaxation treatments through 28 different treatment rooms, extensive facilities and total relaxation.

Food at Eden Hall

There are now two restaurants at Eden Hall.

The upstairs Conservatory restaurant is based in some of the most historic and beautiful of the Eden Hall rooms, with high ceilings and wonderful views over the grounds and courtyard. A three-course lunch is available as part of the day spa package which costs £120. Drinks other than water are extra.

The Vinery is a new addition completed as part of the multi-million pound makeover of the courtyard. Enclosed in conservatory style glass, the Vinery offers breakfast, drinks and snacks throughout the day.

Eden Hall Spa Membership

If you want to join Eden Hall as a full member it will cost you £189 per month. This would include full access to the facilities including the hydrotherapy pool, saunas, steam rooms, indoor swimming pool, slumber room, hot tubs, and fully-equipped gym.

There are extensive separate changing facilities for men and women which include private showers.

Eden Hall Spa Treatments

Eden hall offers treatments and therapies using products from Elemis and Voya.

When we visited we opted for a full body massage (including the head which was divine). The therapists are very experienced and take every care to make sure that you get the most from your treatment, whatever it may be.

What to expect from a visit to Eden Hall

On arrival we were given a short introduction from the excellent check-in team. They talked us through all the facilities to make sure that we didn't miss anything, and we were given a handy map to refer to if we got lost.

We started with breakfast in the Vinery - a full English for one and porridge for the other - which was excellent and didn't take long to arrive.

While you sit in the Vinery it is difficult to not notice the steam rising off the hydrotherapy pool in the courtyard so we decided that would be our next stop. The pool is large and accommodate a dozen or more guests at the same time, enjoying the various jet therapies as well as the 40-degree water.

We followed our pool visit with a short spell in the outdoor sauna - very hot and relaxing but we couldn't stay in there long. Opposite the sauna is the Relax and Reflect room which looked very inviting but, to be honest, there are so many quiet and relaxing areas to chill in, chief of which is the Slumber Lounge which is just around the corner.

We then settled in the indoor pool area which also extends outside through a swim-through channel. Here you can relax on comfortable loungers, do some lengths or try the various room in the thermal spa suite. You can find details of all the features of the spa suite but our favourites were the Herbal Caldarium and the Salt Inhalation room. In between visits to scented steam rooms and saunas you can freshen up with body jets and showers of different temperatures, very like traditional roman baths.

Lunch in the conservatory was delicious. We sat in a room which overlooked the lawns at the front of the building, giving us a glimpse of Eden Hall's bee hives, which are run by a local apiarist and provide the spa with its own honey, used in the lunch menu and available at reception.

We tried the soup of the day and the vegetable pakora, followed by wild mushroom tagliatelle (big portion) and roasted salmon fillet. For pudding we had peach mille-feuille and raspberry parfait. All of it was fabulous, making us feel satisfied rather than overfull.

Talking to the lovely reception team on our way out we established that there are also Twilight sessions starting later in the day for half the price, which still include an evening meal and full use of the facilities. This sounds like an excellent deal.

We had a very relaxing and enjoyable day, which was definitely worth at least what we paid for it. Highly recommended.

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Very relaxing and enjoyable day

October 19, 2023

Two of us went for the spa day (£120), and paid extra for a full body massage each and breakfast. Good value money. Our treatments were in the afternoon so we spent the morning swimming, using the saunas and steam rooms, chilling and exploring the spa suite next to the indoor pool. We didn't try the gym but people use it every day and told us it is well equipped. Breakfast and lunch were excellent and the treatment was amazing. You need to chill for a bit afterwards because your body is so relaxed!


Review Summary for Eden Hall Spa