Win a foodie spa retreat @ Food Magazine

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Found 9th Jan
A brisk walk along the beach is a surefire way to blow away the cobwebs and beat the winter blues. Yet the lucky winner of our competition can add to that exhilarating experience an overnight stay at a magical winter bolthole, complete with crackling log fires, marine-themed spa treats, stirring sea views and a feast of English heritage dishes.
Imagine taking a rosy-cheeked walk along the coast path, letting the salty fresh air awake the senses, before returning to the Cary Arms in Babbacombe for a steaming hot chocolate by the log burner on the terrace.
A blissful hot stone massage or salty scrub therapy in the newly-opened state-of-the-art Cary Spa is the place to revive tired limbs in the hydrotherapy pool, sauna, steam room, mood-enhancing aromatherapy shower and marine-based Thalgo treatment rooms. All followed by a cosy evening feasting on luxuries from nearby waters and fields, such as Devon beef, Lyme Bay lobster and line caught seafood.
An overnight stay in one of the new luxury Beach Huts completes this fantastically hedonistic getaway. Handcrafted furnishings, arresting artwork and huge wall-towall retractable glass windows, showcasing views that stretch to Lyme Bay and Portland Bill, add a delightful dash of contemporary cool to traditional seaside charm.

To be in with a chance of winning just answer the following question …
What is the name of the marine based products used in the newly opened Cary Spa?

Suggested answer: Yon-Ka

(Cary Arms has chosen leading Parisian spa and skincare brand Yon-Ka as our specialist spa brand).

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Thank you



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