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The Nutfield Priory country house hotel in Surrey, England, has opened its exclusive, crystal-themed spa facility this week.

The £450,000 spa has seven treatment rooms and a double treatment suite, which has its own steam shower and hydrotherapy bath for couples.

Other facilities at the spa include a manicure and pedicure room, a relaxation room, sunbeds, tanning salon, steamroom, sauna, spa pool and a swimming pool.

Treatments include massages, body wraps, Indian head massages and reflexology and are provided by Ytsara, Clarins and ESPA.

Ytsara has designed two exclusive treatments for the Ruby doubles suite – the Ying Yang Ritual for couples and the Royal Kanya Ritual for mothers and daughters or two women.

The spa’s fitness facility offers squash courts and a mind and body studio for a range of group exercise classes plus the healthy drink and food restaurant, Amber Lounge.

The Nutfield Priory country house hotel is part of the Hand Picked Hotels collection and has 60 bedrooms.

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The Nutfield Priory country house hotel in Surrey, England, has opened its exclusive, crystal-themed spa facility this week.
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