The Eastbury, a Grade II-listed hotel in Sherbourne, Dorset, is set to open a new spa, as well as five new garden suites inspired by Victorian potting sheds.
The spa, called the Woodland Spa, is expected to open on 1 September and will be tucked inside a leafy corner of the walled gardens. Designed to resemble something out of a storybook, the spa is made from locally-sourced stone and features a sedum and moss roof and circular doorway.
It will be home to two treatment rooms, including a couples room, a hydrotherapy pool, sauna, steam room, exercise area and private relaxation space.
Hotel owners Peter and Lana de Savary, the couple behind the Cary Arms & Spa in Torquay, Devon, worked closely with the project architects to create the 'quirky and enchanting' spa, as well as the garden suites.
Inspired by Victorian potting sheds, the garden suites, expected to open on 1 August, were designed to immerse guests in the hotel gardens and will feature private terraces, fire pits and sedum roofs, as well as interiors designed by the de Savarys.