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A £5m spa and health club called Artspa will open at Lower Mill Estate in Cirencester, UK, on 7 June.

The 10,500sq ft (960sq m) spa will feature three swimming pools illuminated by natural and candle light, comprising two indoor pools and one outdoor eco-pool water-purified by plants.

Further facilities will include four indoor and four outdoor treatment zones, a steam room, a sauna, a spa pool and a gym.

Michelle Roques-O’Neil will provide Artspa with the Pure Alchemy product range.

In addition, there will be a relaxation room, a library, an art gallery, a bar and a BBQ area.

The spa will be accessible to all residents of the 550-acre estate.

Architect Richard Reid and designer and owner Jeremy Paxton teamed up to design the Artspa concept, which will use renewable energy. Conservation Builders will construct the spa. Details: www.lowermillestate.com

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A £5m spa and health club called Artspa will open at Lower Mill Estate in Cirencester, UK, on 7 June.
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