Pioneers in the concept of holistic wellness, boasting the UK's first ever health spa chain and purpose-built health resort. Incorporating state of the art facilities, the newest wellness research and exotic treatments from around the world. Discover four luxury resort spas, urban Day Spa locations and the Champneys Spa product collection!

Signature Treatments

Champneys Spa Resorts

  • Champneys Forest Mere

    If this isn't the start of a fairy tale, it's as close as you'll get. The secluded lakeside spa is an exclusive retreat, for anyone who craves those true luxuries, peace and privacy. In the enchanting grounds, you'll find the latest spa facilities and an Alternative Health Clinic, where you can experience healing therapies like Reiki and Graphology. Or bathe in the UK's first Thalassotherapy pool, or rejuvenate with mud treatments in the Twilight Rasul Chamber.

  • Champneys Springs

    In a tranquil setting in Leicestershire, surrounded by water walkways and beautiful open parklands, we've created a cocoon of calm that grows around you, melting away your stress and leaving you feeling fabulous. Springs spa hotel is home to the finest Champneys traditions of health, fitness and wellbeing, as well as a full size FIFA football pitch, all delivered with a touch of luxury in the heart of the Midlands.

  • Champneys Tring

    This isn't just a place, it's a vision. A vision of beauty, without a doubt – a romantic stately home in Hertfordshire, once owned by the Rothschild family, set in 170 acres of rolling parkland. It's also the vision of one man, Stanley Lief, who over 85 years ago pioneered the concept of holistic wellbeing, creating a place where people could escape the world's cares and re-emerge revitalized.

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  • Champneys Henlow

    Once a Cistercian monastery stood here. Now, Henlow Grange is the ideal country escape and pampering health retreat in Bedfordshire, for those seeking the true luxuries of space and peace. Set in 150 acres of beautiful parkland, the spectacular weir the monks built still stands on the river that flows past.

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