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Domestic [UK] holiday ideas: Relaxation breaks

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I'm looking to go on a domestic holiday. I want it to be one centered around relaxation: spa's, jacuzzi's etc. Have you guys been on such holidays...and if so what were your experiences like? It goes…
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7y, 4m agoPosted 7 years, 4 months ago
I'm looking to go on a domestic holiday. I want it to be one centered around relaxation: spa's, jacuzzi's etc. Have you guys been on such holidays...and if so what were your experiences like?
It goes without saying...but I would like to be able to spend the minimum amount. However if something is well worth the money, then I'm prepared to pay up.

Rep for good suggestions.

Thanks :)
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7y, 4m agoPosted 7 years, 4 months ago
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#1
You want to be a domestic ??? :? cleaning centered around relaxation: spa's, jacuzzi's etc. :?

Having just done my housework my experience is to go on a hol to have fun not clean up after others :p
#2
big-boy
You want to be a domestic ??? :? cleaning centered around relaxation: spa's, jacuzzi's etc. :?

Having just done my housework my experience is to go on a hol to have fun not clean up after others:p


lol

no just want a nice short break centred around relaxation with 'me julie' ;-)
#3
Do you mean a holiday in the UK?
#4
ClarityofMind
Do you mean a holiday in the UK?


[COLOR="Red"]Going on 'holiday' in the UK doesn't really count as a holiday.[/COLOR]
#5
The JFK
[COLOR="Red"]Going on 'holiday' in the UK doesn't really count as a holiday.[/COLOR]


Of course it does if it's away from home and responsibilities and includes relaxation.
#6
The JFK
[COLOR="Red"]Going on 'holiday' in the UK doesn't really count as a holiday.[/COLOR]


I think you'll find they come under the banner of domestic holidays. You should stop skiving your geography lessons.
#7
ClarityofMind
Do you mean a holiday in the UK?


Yep just something like that. You know, just a quick break, somewhere I can take 'me julie' to. :)
#8
hdizzle
Yep just something like that. You know, just a quick break, somewhere I can take 'me julie' to. :)


Lemme have a quick look xxx

Many of these hotels have a spa....

http://www.handpickedhotels.co.uk/events/Spa-Gift-Vouchers/Christmas-Soother-Spa-Experience/

http://www.handpickedhotels.co.uk/events/Spa-Gift-Vouchers/Twilight-Spa-Experience/

If I knew your location I could search more easily :)
#9
ClarityofMind
Lemme have a quick look xxx

Many of these hotels have a spa....

http://www.handpickedhotels.co.uk/events/Spa-Gift-Vouchers/Christmas-Soother-Spa-Experience/

http://www.handpickedhotels.co.uk/events/Spa-Gift-Vouchers/Twilight-Spa-Experience/

If I knew your location I could search more easily :)


thank you hun

I'm based in Midlands :)

Thanks for your links, I'm having a look :)
#10
hdizzle
thank you hun

I'm based in Midlands :)

Thanks for your links, I'm having a look :)


New Hall Hotel & Spa Sutton Coldfield Birmingham

This one is in Brum :) That's near where I grew up! :)

http://www.handpickedhotels.co.uk/hotels/new-hall-hotel/
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WHY NOT HIRE OUT A SMALL HOTEL TYPE THING IN CORNWALL- BEACH FRONT? (AARRGHH! ignore caps lock-cant be bothered re-writing it now!) if not then lake district is lovely. saying that, anywhere away from home is a good get-away..just go to a hotel and chill. a good book and an ipod will do. no spa's or jacuzzi's, but a hotel has them as norm anyway.
#13
samwants2save
WHY NOT HIRE OUT A SMALL HOTEL TYPE THING IN CORNWALL- BEACH FRONT? (AARRGHH! ignore caps lock-cant be bothered re-writing it now!) if not then lake district is lovely. saying that, anywhere away from home is a good get-away..just go to a hotel and chill. a good book and an ipod will do. no spa's or jacuzzi's, but a hotel has them as norm anyway.


:giggle:

I keep thinking... gosh one year I wanna take the kids somewhere north enough for it to snow for Christmas! That'd be SO lovely.

I wouldn't take my kids to a hotel tho' there's no way they'd be stuck in a suite of rooms for several hours, I'd need to hire a whole building.
#14
Hi try Macdonalds hotels, we stayed in The Berystede and it was georgous, pool, spa, lovely lounges with plush leather sofas, has it all mate, we went with our kids, who are 7 and 11, when they went for a swim with my husband i curled up on one of there massive sofas in a nice quiet lounge with a bar and read a book, it was bliss, the rooms are lovely too. They do deals so check there website below, hope this helps :-D

http://www.macdonald-hotels-offers.co.uk/index.html?A8ID=a07_macd_g_macshots_01&_$ja=cgid:1210410623|tsid:12202|cid:44481323|lid:37735229|mt:Broad|nw:search|crid:3514694663
#15
ClarityofMind
Of course it does if it's away from home and responsibilities and includes relaxation.


[COLOR="Red"]UK holidays = no class = no change in culture = no fun = no holiday.[/COLOR]
#16
hdizzle
I think you'll find they come under the banner of domestic holidays. You should stop skiving your geography lessons.


[COLOR="Red"]There is no such thing as a 'domestic holiday'.

That's an oxymoron.[/COLOR]
#17
I believe staycation is the current term the OP is looking for
banned#18
centre parc ?

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