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Suggestions for nice UK break?

(9 Posts)
Smerlin Wed 03-Jul-13 21:04:43

Norton House spa in Edinburgh is worth a look- just stayed at the hotel and used pool etc rather than having a treatment but it was v nice.

FairyTrain Wed 03-Jul-13 16:52:39

Regularly day spa at Gleneagles, uter bliss! They do special offers if you sign up for emails and pre-natal treatments are ace!

MrsHuxtable Wed 03-Jul-13 16:25:18

St Andrews?

parttimer79 Wed 03-Jul-13 16:24:22

oops posted too soon and I've seen other places which specifically do pre-natal treatments, I think ESPA and decleor salon were 2 that I saw

parttimer79 Wed 03-Jul-13 16:22:16

I've got a clarins pamper and beauty for expectant mums booked for next week (will be just on 36 weeks!), not sure what they are going to do to me but this is the link

Teaandflapjacks Wed 03-Jul-13 14:46:59

Does anyone know what kind of massages you can get? I am 35 weeks and I know hot stones are out but are there others?

midori we are doing the same thing this weekend - last night away before she gets here we figure. It is a shame I can't down half a bottle of wine at dinner though! grin

parttimer79 Wed 03-Jul-13 12:10:28

do you have a budget in mind? Cameron House on Loch Lomond is lovely but not cheap!
I would totally go for it. I'm 35 weeks on Friday and DP and I are off for a couple of days to have a final chill out!

PinkApple86 Wed 03-Jul-13 11:59:38

It's a great idea. Me and dh are off to Brighton for the weekend. Booked a nice hotel with a pool etc. Will be our last chance to get away before ds is born in Sept. Of course Brighton is a bit far for you to go but you should go for it and treat yourselves.

midori1999 Tue 02-Jul-13 20:46:23

I would like to take myself off somewhere for a short break, leaving DH with the DC before I have this baby, as I have had quite a stressful time. I was thinking maybe a spa break or something, where I can read, be pampered and relax, but is that worth doing whilst pregnant?

I am in Scotland and would prefer not to travel too far for health reasons.

Any suggestions?

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