Let us take care of you…..

Here at Passford House Hotel we understand that cold weather during the winter months as left you felling a little depleted.

So why not spoil yourself and visit us at Passford House Hotel for some well-earned pampering, with our Pampered At Passford Package.

The tranquility of Passford House makes it the perfect spot for some ‘you’ time, so why not come and indulge yourself with this 2 night special break.

£112.50* per person per night to include the following:

A scrumptious cream tea on arrival

A fabulous three course meal on both nights

2 nights’ bed and breakfast in one of our superior double / twin rooms

Full use of the hotel facilities (including gym, pool and sauna)

A luxurious and restorative 30 minute massage from our specialist masseur, Heather McGee-Parkin which will leave you feeling relaxed, rejuvenated and revitalised.

(£225.00 per night for 2 guests sharing a superior double or twin room, upgraded to a Four Poster room for just an extra £30.00 per room per night.  Minimum two night booking, available seven days per week).

*based on 2 guests sharing a superior double or twin room

About your treatment…..

Enter the sanctuary of our secluded  treatment room where you can choose from either a nurturing & gentle or deeply therapeutic massage to allow your body to de-stress and unwind back to its naturally relaxed state. The perfect tonic for mind and body after a cold winter.

Heather McGee-Parkin B.A (hons), HM, WBM, TFT(alg), EFT, MGHT

Has Diplomas in Massage, Warm Bamboo Massage & TFT (Thought Field Therapy) with additional training in energetic medicine. Prior to becoming the Passford House Massage Therapist she acted as Deputy Editor and columnist for Quantum Health and Choice Point Magazines concentrating on health, science, well-being and positive global news. Her emphasis is on holistic health and will happily create a bespoke massage treatment especially tailored for you.

Go on, spoil yourself!

Available until Sunday 30th September 2018. *Subject to availability