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English spa launches Tiny Spa sessions for children age 5-10
POSTED 21 Nov 2018 . BY Jane Kitchen
Children will be able to relax and enjoy a little ‘me’ time at the new Tiny Spa sessions at Ye Olde Bell Hotel and Spa in England.

Little ones aged between five and 10 will be able to join a parent, carer or family member for a pamper session at the spa, which is located in the village of Barnby Moor on the borders of Nottinghamshire, Yorkshire and Lincolnshire.

The spa is usually only open to those aged 16 and older, but due to customer demand, it recently launched a Tween Spa for spa goers aged 11-16, which has proved hugely popular. Following on from this success, Tiny Spa was created to cater for an even younger age group.

Children will have access to a range of spa experiences, including the heated indoor/ outdoor vitality pool, herbal laconium, Stonebath, the custom-made snowstorm experience, thermal shower walk, bubbling footbaths and the salt inhalation room.

The experiences will be set at a lower temperature than usual to ensure everyone can use them safely. The Alpine Sauna and Steambath will not be open, due to the intense heat from these rooms.

The tiny spa goers can tuck into a selection of slider sandwiches, crisps, fruit and squash. Mini 15-minute manicures are available at an additional cost.

“After we launched our tween spa we had lots of requests for an event for younger children,” said spa director Sadie Ardron Levack. “It is a lovely experience to splash in our pool and feel like a grown up in a fun environment experiencing the difference rooms and treatments. The adults really enjoy it too. Our first Tiny Spa sold out within an hour so we have now made it a monthly event.”

 


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English spa launches Tiny Spa sessions for children age 5-10
BY Jane Kitchen

Following on the spa's recent Tween Spa nights, Tiny Spa was created to cater to an even younger demographic

Following on the spa's recent Tween Spa nights, Tiny Spa was created to cater to an even younger demographic

Children will be able to relax and enjoy a little ‘me’ time at the new Tiny Spa sessions at Ye Olde Bell Hotel and Spa in England.

Little ones aged between five and 10 will be able to join a parent, carer or family member for a pamper session at the spa, which is located in the village of Barnby Moor on the borders of Nottinghamshire, Yorkshire and Lincolnshire.

The spa is usually only open to those aged 16 and older, but due to customer demand, it recently launched a Tween Spa for spa goers aged 11-16, which has proved hugely popular. Following on from this success, Tiny Spa was created to cater for an even younger age group.

Children will have access to a range of spa experiences, including the heated indoor/ outdoor vitality pool, herbal laconium, Stonebath, the custom-made snowstorm experience, thermal shower walk, bubbling footbaths and the salt inhalation room.

The experiences will be set at a lower temperature than usual to ensure everyone can use them safely. The Alpine Sauna and Steambath will not be open, due to the intense heat from these rooms.

The tiny spa goers can tuck into a selection of slider sandwiches, crisps, fruit and squash. Mini 15-minute manicures are available at an additional cost.

“After we launched our tween spa we had lots of requests for an event for younger children,” said spa director Sadie Ardron Levack. “It is a lovely experience to splash in our pool and feel like a grown up in a fun environment experiencing the difference rooms and treatments. The adults really enjoy it too. Our first Tiny Spa sold out within an hour so we have now made it a monthly event.”




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