Girl Talk With Laura

RIBBY HALL SPA | REVIEW


RIBBY HALL SPA

My first spa of the year and what a way to kick off the spa reviews than with a visit to Ribby Hall Hotel & Spa.  When you arrive it's like a proper little village as you enter you're greeted with Papa John's, Starbucks and Spar. You drive past all these amazing holiday homes & caravans until you drive up to the big fountain and the hotel. Its got that wow factor! Parking is good as there's always spaces which is handy. Checking in was super easy and we headed to our one bedroom suite which is amazing! I just wish we had two nights here to explore more. Obvs the first thing we done was to pop on our robes and head to the spa, which is the best thing about this hotel.
Its super modern & clean and i could spend all my time here. You have all the sauna's (yes, all), steam rooms, showers, heated lounges, foot spas, outdoor Jacuzzi, outdoor sauna and indoor pool. The outside bit is my fav as you have beds, seating areas and a bar which you can order cocktails and food from. The only thing which i wish they did do was to have cushions on the beds and seating which would make it more comfortable and look better.





























The whole hotel is aesthetically pleasing to the eyes i mean just look at the lounge area ^
We had a meal booked at the Orangery restaurant and i couldn't wait to have more cocktails as the cocktail at the spa bar was amazing!
The restaurant is super cute and cosy, the staff are so helpful and kind which makes you're overall night just so much better. So thank you to the manager that night and the friendly young lad who made us happy. Cocktails flowing (highly recommend the Hendrick's Mule) & the food turns up. For starter i went for the crispy ham hock which was bloody lovely, then mains. Well
WOW that is just something else. We both ordered fillet steak with chicken salt chips. Yep, chips with chicken salt sprinkled over the top. AMAZING. Then for dessert it was obvs nutella donuts. It was honestly the best meal i have EVER had in my life. So even if you don't stay here you need to go just to visit The Orangery restaurant.

















 BREAKFAST, my favourite meal. I couldn't wait to head back to the restaurant because i find it so cute as its not too big and intimidating where you don't know where to head for the food etc. (just me?) Well again there was the nicest man serving us who was super happy and made us smile with his cheery mood. It was the best breakfast too with fresh pastries, mini pancakes with berries, fruit and a hot breakfast if you choose. I would have spent longer in here eating all the pastries if i could have but i had a treatment to get to.





I had booked for an Elemis facial which was the Biotech blemish control facial 90mins because i normally book for a back massage but i thought because this sounded amazing and my face needs some TLC. Also, i am a sucker if it involves technical devices! Don't be put off thinking because shes using a machine it's not going to be relaxing. Its not a loud noise and its used in a relaxing way, i ended up falling asleep so that says i was relaxed! 90mins on your face, a long time right?! Well she didn't only focus on my face as i had a scalp and neck massage too. Its meant to help with those hormonal spots and to refresh your skin by removing any dead skin. My skin has never felt to soft and i normally have very dry skin! It was soft all day too which tells me it worked.

After your treatment you get taken into a relaxed lounge where you can lay and chill out with some herbal tea and watch the world go by to pull yourself around after being woken up from your nap in your treatment.

One last hour in the spa plus another cocktail later then it was time we checked out.

BYE BYE RIBBY HALL 

I love you. 

LLC x

p.s have any of you visited ribby hall hotel & spa?


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