If you are feeling a bit flush or if Dad has been extra good this year, a spa day or overnight stay is now very much on the agenda as a Father’s Day gift idea. The choice is enormous as there are spas popping up all over the country. So here’s a quick guide to a few spa options that might suit your particular Dad. Book a whoel male grooming makeover or one of the top men’s spa treatments like hot stone massage or a deep tissue massage. For a whole host of Father’s Day deals you could also check out the sections for men’s spa treatments on the Good Spa Guide www.goodspaguide.co.uk or Spa Breaks www.spabreaks.com
For the golf enthusiast – Celtic Manor
The five-star Celtic Manor Resort is set in more than 2,000 acres of panoramic parkland at the gateway to Wales. It has two hotels and three Championship Golf Courses (yes three), it was the host venue for the Ryder Cup in 2010 and a must-visit for any golfing Dad in the family. There are two spas on site, the Forum Spa has won a host of accolades and the Ocius Rooms are a newer offering. There are a range of spa breaks on the website – The Sunday Spa Rollover is probably the pick of the bunch. Dinner, bed and breakfast, spa treatment, use of the facilities and starting at £115 per person (based on two sharing).
For the city gent – Spa Intercontinental London
Here’s a really great spa idea for your Dad this Father’s Day. Spa Intercontinental is a fuss-free modern spa in the centre of London with an expert spa menu designed by Lee Kynaston, one of the UK’s leading male grooming experts, each treatment is focused on rapid results and attention to detail.
The treatments use Elemis skincare products for men which have been designed to meet the specific needs of male skin.
So for Father’s Day this year why not book your Dad in for a Deep Tissue Massage which targets stress and eases aching muscles with a powerful, targeted massage. Choose between the following options for the ultimate relaxing experience:
- Stress Away – Wind Down and release tension
- Spirit Reviver – A powerful surge to invigorate and recharge
- Muscle Melt – Relax and renergise a tired aching body
- Chakra Balancing – Reconnect your mind body and soul
For the foodie – The Vineyard at Stockcross
Boasting a top restaurant from Daniel Galmiche (Saturday Kitchen) and a wine cellar of over 30,000 wines, The Vineyard Spa is definitely for the Foodie Father. Ensure you make a reservation for the Bespoke Tasting Menu that is paired with wine by the glass (starting at £49). Book your Dad a VitaMan Signature Body Treatment – soothing aches, pains with an exfoliation and mud wrap and head massage. One night breaks start at £139.50 per person.