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The Grayshott Spa brand has been extended with the opening of the first Grayshott Studio Spa at Fawsley Hall in Northamptonshire, UK.

The boutique facility features a handpicked selection of treatments, including pre and post pregnancy therapies, massages, facials, wraps and scrubs. All treatments use Guinot, Aromatherapy Associates, Jane Iredale and Jessica products.

The spa is situated in the newly-refurbished Coach House, in close proximity to the main hotel. It boasts six treatment rooms, a hair and pedicure studio, thermal rooms and relaxation areas.

There is also a juice bar, an indoor swimming pool and an outdoor hydro pool.

There is also a gym, equipped by Nautilus, on site as well as a further six en suite spa bedrooms which have been added for guests wishing to extend their spa experience. A private garden completes the offering. Details: fawsleyhall.com

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The Grayshott Spa brand has been extended with the opening of the first Grayshott Studio Spa at Fawsley Hall in Northamptonshire, UK.
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