Brockenhurst, Hampshire, SO42 7RH
Brockenhurst, Hampshire, SO42 7RH
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SenSpa at Careys Manor Hotel
Set in the beautiful New Forest in Hampshire, Senspa is a sanctuary for those who desire the ultimate experience in relaxation. From the luxurious hydrotherapy pool, soothing thermal rooms and revitalising sensory showers to the gentle Thai trained therapists, indulgent treatments and exquisite Thai food…..SenSpa is one of a kind.
Enjoy wonderful pampering treatments such as massage including traditional Thai, relaxing Swedish and aromatherapy slimming massage, luxury facials, body wraps and scrubs and pure spa treatments. Whether you visit for a spa day or for a spa break you are guaranteed to feel relaxed, revived and refreshed.
Highly acclaimed SenSpa at Careys Manor have been reaping in the awards, besides winning the Good Spa Guide Most Marvellous Massage 2010 and voted 5/5 bubbles, they have also won Best Spa Therapist 2010 'from the BABTAC/CIBTAC Awards', Best Body Therapist 2009 and Best Destination/Hotel Spa of the Year 2007 from the British Beauty & Spa Awards. They have also been awarded 'Gold' by the Green Business Tourism Scheme for Excellence in Environmental Practice.
SenSpa, the £6m Thai spa at Careys Manor Hotel, is a temple to tranquillity with the unique influence of the Orient.
Its luxurious facilities go way beyond what many have to offer with an array of water-based experiences including a hydrotherapy pool, ice room, experience showers with thunder and lightening effects, bohemian amethyst crystal steam room, herbal sauna, tepidarium, laconicum, plus wonderful Thai-inspired relaxation areas.
The Thai trained therapists deliver over 40 treatments with massage ranging from the indulgent signature Sen Fusion which uses 5 different massage techniques including Thai, Swedish, Ayurvedic, Shiatsu and Aromatherapy to a sumptuous range of facials which use organic, chemical free products. They also offer Scrubs, Wraps and the more unusual Pure Spa treatments like the Saboo Treatment which includes a body cleanse with black olive soap, followed by Vichy water jets, then a relaxing mud massage and finished with an oil massage – what could be more exotic than that!
All treatments use chemical-free, organic products and the body oils used are from SenSpa's own Soil Association accredited Organic Therapy Range.
Part of the SenSpa experience is The Zen Garden Spa Restaurant which serves the most delicious authentic Thai food.
First Timers to the spa are always made to feel at ease, with everything explained from what to do when having a treatment to how to wear your Thai pyjamas for your Mind Body class, and a tour of all of the facilities is always offered.
Spa Days and Spa Experience at SenSpa
Our spa days include full use of the award winning spa facilities, a relaxing mind body class, a delicious two-course Thai lunch and time to enjoy indulgent spa treatments. Spa days start from £119. Promotional Spa Days from £145 and include 3 treatments (terms apply). Discount available when you book two or more treatments
Half Day and Evening Spa Experiences start from just £59, and the popular Afternoon Delight Package includes a Champagne Afternoon Tea with a sumptuous selected of freshly made sandwiches and homemade cakes, plus use of the spa facilities from 2pm to 6pm from just £69.
Our Zen Spa Breaks include full use of the award winning spa facilities, a mind body class, complimentary unlimited herbal tea
For each night's accommodation, you can enjoy breakfast and a two-course Thai lunch in the Zen Garden restaurant, and dinner in the two AA rosette Manor restaurant.
Simply SenSpa Break which includes Bed, breakfast and use of the facilities starts from just £139.
The Ideal Gift
SenSpa have their own Soil Association accredited Organic Skin Therapy product range using the SenSpa signature scent. Find out more about the SenSpa Organic Therapy product range
The Organic Skin Therapy Range includes the luxurious Himalayan Body Polish (using all natural pink Himalyan salts), Organic Skin Therapy Body Oils and a Refreshing Facial Mist. They also do an essential oil perfect with their SenSpa Oil Burner. All this can be gift wrapped in our beautiful presentation boxes with unique thought cards.
Spa gift vouchers are available for spa days, spa breaks, half day and evening spa experiences, treatments, membership, plus Monetary gift vouchers also available. Buy online or by phone.
Reviews (written by customers after their visit)
Enjoyable afternoon tea. Would recommend this spa.
Massage which he loved! My massage was perfect and the masseuse really made
Me feel comfortable and that my baby was always well protected. The Thai lunch we had was perfect as was the French bistro evening meal we had.
The hotel and spa is quite pricey but worth it, the staff were lovely and very helpful at all times. Only slight criticism is the rooms don't have room service but will bring fresh milk to your room, or movies on the tv. The corridors and nets in the room were also looking a little tired but nothing at all to spoil the wonderful break.
The Thai massage was fantastic, one of the best we have had, and the hydrotherapy area was great. We probably would not go there again.
Once settled in to the plush hotel room Carey's had arranged for my partner and I, however, I began to feel the stress subside a little. I suspect the freshly-chilled champagne helped here, but it wasn't until I ventured downstairs into the spa proper that I really remembered what it was to be calm...
Late as I was, I went straight into my treatment; an anti-stress Thai massage in one of the candlelit chambers adjascent to the pool and hydrotherapy suite. In half an hour I felt all the day's woes melt away as my friendly therapist worked mainly on my neck and shoulders, having asked me which parts needed most attention. There were smells, bells and only one or two yells from me as she kneeded away the tension.
Feeling utterly chilled, I followed up my massage with a proper tour of the spa's facilities. As well as the expected pool, jacuzzi and sauna, Sen Spa has an adjoining hydrotherapy suite for those on its spa break package. So I donned my bikini and went to see what was on offer.
The suite's main attraction is its therapy pool, which has specially designed underwater seating areas, where you can sit or lie in utmost comfort. Like a kid in a candy store I soon leapt into the warm water and started pressing all the buttons that make bubbles and fountains appear from nowhere.
Once out of the pool, I found myself faced with an inviting row of doors, each leading to a different sensory delight. The first door I tried led to the poshest sauna I've ever seen, complete with twinkly lights to aid relaxation. Next came the 'storm showers' which shoot out warm and cold water to simulate a tropical storm, with flashing lights and sound effects for extra ambience - surprisingly plesant after the dry heat of the sauna! Behind other doors, I found a Roman-style tepidarium, a crystal steam room and 'health showers' featuring aromatic mists.
It was soon time for dinner in the spa's own Thai restaurant, followed by a good night's sleep in my huge and comfortable bed. Despite being no morning person and quite keen to continue 'testing' the sleeping arrangements, I was up bright and early to make the most of my time at the spa.
The hours flew by and I left knowing that I'd happily recommend Sen Spa to anyone. It's ideal for anyone wanting a bit of high-octane pampering, but would also suit seasoned spa-addicts looking for something new. Whether you go with friends, a partner or on your own, you can guarantee you won't run out of things to do!
Staff were very helpful and knowledgable, amking everything very easy and straightforward, changing rooms were comfortable with generously sized lockers and the overall ambience was peaceful and relaxing - and not overcrowded.
Although my facial was lovely, it wasn't anything out of the ordinary, unlike the rest of the spa. The spa itself was the best I have ever visited by a long way.
However I would have liked to be able to get a cup of tea or soft drink in the "wet" area of the spa rather than having to dry and change to go for one. I think on fine days it would have been possible to get one in the garden, but on the wet and windy day I visited this wasn't an option.
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