Sudbury House announces luxury spa plans

04 July 2019 by
Sudbury House announces luxury spa plans

Sudbury House hotel in Faringdon has announced plans to open a new luxury spa within the grounds of the Oxfordshire property.

Following a successful planning application, the spa will feature swimming and vitality pools, sauna and steam facilities, six treatment rooms, a lounge and dining area, and a state-of-the-art gym. It will be open to members and residents of the four silver-AA-star hotel.

Due for completion in late 2020, the new facility will have a covered connection to the existing facilities at the hotel and has been designed to blend into the landscaped grounds.

General manager Ronan Hunter said: "The introduction of a luxury spa to our offering is the natural next step for the property and reflects our ongoing pursuit of service excellence and desire to enhance the customer experience."

The original 18th-century, Grade II*-listed Sudbury House was extended in the late 20th century to create a 50-bedroom hotel. In the last four years, the property has been completely refurbished and new dining facilities have been created together with extensive terraces and landscape gardens.

Head chef Nick Bennett also recently revamped the menu at the two-AA-rosette modern British restaurant Magnolia, as well as the hotel's second dining experience Restaurant 56.

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