The £10m transformation of Dormy Housein Broadway, Worcestershire, has been completed with the opening today of the House Spa.
Inspired by the Cotswold countryside, the spa, which has six treatment rooms, aims to bring the outside in with a contemporary light design created by Sparcstudio featuring natural earth tones and textures.
Howard Spa Consulting advised on the spa's development and treatments are being provided by English brand, Temple Spa.
Sitting at the heart of the spa, the Greenhouse is a lounge with a large fireplace and views across the Cotswold through floor-to-ceiling glass doors, while the Champagne Nail Parlour, partnered by Veuve Clicquot, features nail brand Butter LONDON.
The spa also includes a 16m infinity swimming pool, Rasul mud room and treatment suite, salt infusion steam room, lavender and juniper Finnish saunas, a personal training studio and a spa terrace with garden hydro pool.
Chris Ward, commercial director of Farncombe, the holding company of the hotel which has been owned by the Philip-Sørensen family since 1977, said: "The House Spa invites a sense of calm and serenity; a place dedicated to restoration, health and fitness but with the opportunity to indulge in some serious ‘me' time."
The 40-bedroom Dormy House hotel, which is centred around a 17th century Cotswold farmhouse and is located on the 400-acre Farncombe estate, closed for six months last year to under-go a major refurbishment undertaken by Todhunter Earle Interiors.