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A Day at Grayshott Spa


With the launch of our Grayshott Spa Competition, we in the Marketing Department thought we'd practise what we were preaching and spent a day at Grayshott ourselves! With a little team bonding and relaxation, we explored the stunning grounds and facilities that the wonderful people at Grayshott Spa were offering and even tried out some treatments and luscious food that they were supplying to their guests and a few lucky Aspinal of London customers!

Even the back of the property is as beautiful as the front. This gorgeous manor in the middle of the Surrey countryside has absolutely stunning views over their 47 acre grounds including gardens, outdoor pool, tennis court and a 9-hole golf course where you can have coaching sessions by professionals if you want to improve your game. Tranquil is the only way to describe Grayshott Spa.

The building itself is just stunning. The period house has been perfectly modified with soft furnishings and high-end equipment, but you don't loose the character of the property which we love. We enjoyed lunch in the private dining room which overlooked the luscious grounds. The small yet filling meal was as tasty as a full fat meal, but Grayshott's cuisine is balanced and healthy and gives you all the nutrients you need without the horrific calorie content.

The various reception areas offer peace and quiet; places where you can read, write, play board games or just relax after a long day of pampering. The muted tones of the interior design scream luxury and high class which is what Grayshott Spa and Aspinal of London are all about!

Whether you want to relax indoors or enjoy the beautiful Summer Sun we've been having, Grayshott have beautifully furnished areas for your to sit. Our Marketing team could have sat outside for hours enjoying a cup of tea and a good book. Grayshoot also provide an incredible comfortable and exclusive cinema where can you can watch a range of movies that are screened day to day.


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