Following a serious fire last November and a å£4 million renovation project, Champneys Henlow Grange Health Farm in Bedfordshire, owned by the Purdew Group, has been re-launched and restored to its former glory.
The renovation at one of the UK’s favourite health farm is impressive, and although the spa is still currently completing its major transformation, a company spokesperson for Champneys stated, “The Henlow experience now reveals a level of luxury unrivalled in any health farm. All that has been retained is the friendliness and charm, which has made Henlow famous for over forty years.”
Spas Weekly takes a look at what’s new for Champneys, Henlow…
Rasul Mud Treatment Chamber - to be completed by June
New Laconium - dry Roman style heat room
New steam rooms
£450,000 Thalassotherapy pool - to be completed by July
Two new exercise studios - one specialising in holistic classes and meditation, the other specialising in dynamic classes
New gymnasium equipped with Life Fitness facilities
New hairdressing salon
New spa area with heated floors
Eighteen new treatment rooms plus all existing rooms refurbished
New premier treatment rooms and waiting area
New changing areas
Refurbished manicure and pedicure studio
Refurbished spa restaurant and dining areas
New coffee shop
New retail area with boutique and outlets for skincare houses Clarins, Decleor, Elemis and Babor will continue.
Enhancements to the rest of the property include the refurbishment of the Georgian main house, together with lounge, conservatory and all entrance areas. Every bedroom has been revamped, individually styled and equipped with in-room facilities such as a flat screen TV and DVD player. Externally, landscaping of the 150 acre grounds incorporates a new car park and driveway.
Champneys Henlow now offers over 80 treatments, including exclusive and alternative therapies such as the Henlow Wax Bath signature treatment, Twilight Aromatherapy and Aura Soma Colour Therapy, delivered by a team of over 100 therapists using professional products from Elemis, Babor, Clarins and Decleor .