UK: As part of World Sleep Day (13 March) and Sleep Awareness Week (8-14 March), Seaham Hall on Durham’s Heritage Coast has unveiled a range of restorative sleep options for guests.
Following the introduction of several holistic therapies at the hotel’s Serenity Spa last year, the Georgian five-star country manor will focus on sleep enhancement for 2020.
Available to all overnight guests, the Sleep Menu features:
– Coastal Cosy Up – a heat wrap with seasonal fragrances for natural relief from aches, pains, migraines and tensions; a bedtime tray including a hot chocolate stirrer with fresh strawberries; and light feather pillow with fluffy throw.
– Mellow Down and Meditate – bedtime tray including herbal tea; a drawn hot bath infused with Ishga bath salts; access to ‘Calm’ an award-winning meditation App; and a water pillow.
– Drift Away Deeply – a digital detox box to leave devices to one sides; a calming sleep mist spray; an aromatherapy face and neck night cream; eye pillow with chosen scent; and memory foam pillow.
Included in the Spa Sleep Therapies:
– Temple Spa Repose Facial – a 75 minute treatment infused with a Mediterranean blend of 40 essential oils designed to soothe, calm and hydrate the skin.
– Hypnotherapy Well-being Sessions – a 60 minute session that focuses on the areas of a guest’s life and wellbeing which they’d like to improve, with a hypnotherapy treatment tailored to individual needs.
– Dry Float – a 30 minute treatment that cocoons the body in a warm water to deliver a sense of weightlessness. It is claimed to enquire eight hours of sleep.
Launching soon in the Serenity Spa is the Zen Lounge, which will include waterbeds that help to improve blood circulation, relieve stress and tension, promote correct posture, and support the body’s overall immune system.
Seaham Hall, just three hours from London, has 21 suites and an award-winning 44,000 square foot spa.