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The four-star Brandshatch Place Hotel, near Fawkham in Kent, is set to relaunch its spa facility following a £650,000 refurbishment.

The new 250sq m (2,700sq ft) spa now boasts seven treatment rooms – including the new Ruby Suite for couples – a new Amber Lounge dining area, a relaxation room, hydrotherapy bath, crystal steam, sauna and manicure and pedicure area.

The facility also offes an indoor swimming pool, a spa pool, sunbeds and a studio for yoga and pilates and a bar and lounge. Products are supplied by ESPA, Jessica Nail Care, ID Bare Essentials make-up range, St Tropez and Australian Bodycare range.

Once the spa has reopened it will offer a variety of spa packages including Spa Day, Residential Spa and Personalised Spa Days.

The 38-bedroom Brandshatch Place Hotel is part of the Hand-picked Hotels group and located in a Georgian Mansion in 12.5-acres of countryside.

A separate Health and Leisure Club offers a gym and squash and tennis courts.

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The four-star Brandshatch Place Hotel, near Fawkham in Kent, UK, is set to relaunch its spa following an extensive refurbishment.
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