Pembrokeshire planner: Spas

In need of some TLC? Pembrokeshire has a great selection of spas in stunning locations that will re-vitalise and energise you, guaranteeing you’ll leave with a spring in your step.

St Brides Spa Hotel perched above Saundersfoot harbor has led the way in the seaside spa revolution in Wales. The hotel’s state-of-the-art marine spa makes the most of its sensational clifftop location, with a hydrotherapy infinity pool that seems to plunge off the edge into Carmarthen Bay. Other features include sauna, salt infusion and steam rooms, sensation shower and ice fountain, plus fitness suite. Treatments include the use of marine products.

There’s more spa choice in Saundersfoot. Swallow Tree Gardens is an all-weather leisure complex with large indoor heated swimming pool, sauna, and steam and fitness rooms. The Revive healthy and beauty centre offers a range of spa therapies.

At nearby Tenby, Heywood Mount Hotel and Spa Leisure Suite has an indoor heated swimming pool, Jacuzzi, sauna and solarium plus modern, well-equipped gym. Also close by, at Lydstep, there’s The Spa at Celtic Haven which offers an extensive range of treatments (hydrotherapies, facials, massages, wraps and specialised treatments) plus indoor heated pool, hot tub, sauna and fitness suite.

Celtic Haven spa

At the Bluestone National Park Resort near Narberth there’s everything under the sun – well, almost – including The Well, a superb spa with extensive facilities that include ten treatment rooms, thermal rooms, an ice room and hydrotherapy pool.

Bluestone Spa

Neither has any expense been spared at the new £2m spa and leisure centre at Lamphey Court Hotel and Spa near Pembroke, which has four suites offering a range of therapies plus signature treatments, herbal sauna and aromatic steam room, fitness suite, deck level pool and gymnasium.

Re-charge your batteries, weekend away with the girls, or boys, or some 'me' time. You'll find the perfect spa break in some stunning locations across Pembrokeshire. Book yours now.

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