UK: Located within the Farncombe Estate in the Cotswolds, Dormy House has announced the forthcoming launch of Tata Harper treatments at its House Spa from 1 June.
Tata Harper’s “farm-to-face” natural products are sustainably sourced from Tata’s organic farm in Vermont, USA. The beauty products have been endorsed by Hollywood figures including Gwyneth Paltrow, Rosie Huntington-Whiteley and Jourdan Dunn.
Harper has worked with the spa team at Dormy House to develop a range of treatments. These include:
• Beauty facials
• Elite facials
• Men’s treatments
• Body rituals
The Dormy House Bespoke Ritual, the highlight of the treatment menu, is a two and a half hour pamper experience.
Harper said: “We are thrilled to be partnering with Dormy House, our second hotel destination in the UK and our first in the beautiful English countryside. In addition to the outstanding property, we’re proud to align our mission of 100 per cent natural, high-performance skincare with Dormy House’s values of providing the highest quality, sustainably sourced produce to its guests for the ultimate sustainable spa experience.”
Stephen Browning, general manager at Dormy House, said: “We are delighted to bring this very special spa brand to our guests. The launch of Tata Harper treatments at Dormy House further strengthens the property’s position as one of the very best hotel spa destinations in the country.”
The award-winning House Spa at Dormy House features a pool, outdoor hydrotherapy hot tub, a Scandi-style thermal suite, a mud room, Champagne and nail bar, a gym and personal training studio.
The spa will open with a new addition The Tub which offers floatation tank therapy. For food and drink, The Greenhouse is a cafe with a sun terrace.
Dormy House is part of the Farncombe Estate, owned and operated by the same Danish family for over 40 years. It features two other boutique hotels, Foxhill Manor and The Fish Hotel.