Work on our project to build a new world class spa at Cheshire’s Carden Park is progressing well and the team behind the luxury destination has revealed its new name and the first image of its multi-sensory wellbeing garden.
We are delivering the scheme in partnership with HB Architects from Rugby, structural and drainage engineers Betts Associates from Sealand in Flintshire, spa consultant Nicki Kurran and Glasgow based Barr & Wray Interior Design.
Set within the 1,000 acre grounds, The Spa at Carden is set to open in late summer 2019. Indoor facilities will include 14 treatment rooms, a champagne beauty lounge, two vitality pools, an ice fountain, experience showers, foot baths and heated loungers. A number of relaxation areas with seating spaces are planned, as well as a first floor lounge and restaurant with far reaching views across the grounds.
The first picture of the new spa reveals how the indoor spa spills out to a large hydrotherapy pool and the sun terrace. The gardens will feature a series of meandering paths and sweeping flower beds lead to more private areas of the garden to hidden hydrotherapy pools, warming thermal experiences and a bar. There will also be warming cabins to provide a choice of heat experiences, relaxing seating and fire pits and an outdoor sauna with scenic views over the surrounding countryside.