Grantley Hall, a luxury hotel and spa, on the Yorkshire Dales, is set to reopen following an extensive renovation.
Expected to open in July 2019, the revamped hotel is located in a Grade II-listed building and is billed as one of this year’s ‘most remarkable luxury launches’.
New facilities will include new spa and wellness offering which will form the cornerstone of the hotel’s luxury offering.
Dedicated to restoring balance and rejuvenation, The Three Graces Spa has been designed to ‘bring a state of equilibrium and true wellbeing’ to its guests. It will be home to five treatment rooms, wet and thermal facilities and will boast an extensive treatment menu offering a host of bespoke face and body treatments, therapies and extended spa journeys from brand partners ila and Natura Bissé.
Treatments are designed to address client needs and are designed to boost mood, aid digestion and promote rest, as well as relieve stress, reduce the appearance of ageing and revitalise.
Other facilities include an 18 m (59 ft) indoor pool, indoor-to-outdoor hydrotherapy pool, sauna, steamroom and snow room, as well as a relaxation room, outdoor terrace and spa lounge offering a range of healthy snacks and drinks throughout the day.
Also opening at the hotel is Elite, a multi-space luxury gym offering complementary analysis and support to maximise performance. It consists of a fully-equipped gym, a separate gym for strength and conditioning training, where one-to-one and group PT sessions can be held, and a health and performance area.
The health and performance area will be equipped with the Randox Health Lab, which delivers high-level testing and analysis, as well as a host of biometric machines, including the Tanita bio-impedance machine and Styku 3D body scanner. It will also play host to three altitude-enabled compact training rooms: H20, with an underwater treadmill; VO2, with a rowing machine, treadmill and stationary bike; and O2, a multidiscipline studio and spin room that will enable classes to be delivered at altitude.
In addition, the hotel will offer two altitude-controlled bedrooms to amateur or professional athletes looking to enhance their endurance.
Andrew McPherson, general manager at Grantley Hall said: “We believe Grantley Hall will be one of the UK’s most exceptional five-star luxury retreat experiences, combining rich heritage and 17th-century splendour with beautiful contemporary design and state-of-the-art facilities, all set in the tranquil surroundings of the Yorkshire countryside.”
“We can’t wait to welcome our first guests this summer to mark the beginning of this new and exciting chapter for Grantley Hall,” he added.