It may sound bonkers but some people try to relax by running marathons; doing yoga or even, in extreme cases, watching Britain’s Got Talent.
We have an alternative suggestion.
Skip the running; body swerve the bendy poses and dodge the singing dog troupes.
Instead, we suggest that you feel the stress melt away with today’s Big Deal on a relaxing spa day at the four star Marine Hotel in Troon.
Handily located just 30 miles from Glasgow, the Marine Hotel, Troon has long been one of the gems of the Ayrshire coast. It’s particularly popular with golfers who love the fact that its Fairways Restaurant overlooks the 18th hole of the Royal Troon course.
Relax, Pamper & Rejuvenate
Designed to help you unwind, this offer is for a spa day with two treatments in the gorgeous Beauty Rooms at Troon’s Marine Hotel.
Once you are snug in your spa robe and slippers, your first treat comes courtesy of the Spa’s nail ninjas and is a soothing mini-manicure to keep your nails looking neat.
Next, guests have the choice between a 30 minute facial or relaxing with a 30 minute hot stone massage focusing on the back, neck and
Should you decide to take any further treatments then this offer also entitles you to 20% off the list price.
Lunch & Prosecco
This indulgent offer also includes a two course lunch with a glass of chilled Prosecco – nothing says ‘time out’ quite like a glass of something bubbly. Naturally, tea and coffee are also available.
Finally, the Deal includes full use of the spa’s soothing facilities including the gym, swimming pool, sauna, steam room, Jacuzzi and solarium.
If you feel in need of a little time off then this offer is a great way to treat yourself or indeed a friend who could use a bit of pampering. There is also the option to purchase the two person package and make a day of it with a companion.
We have run popular spa day deals at the Marine Hotel before. This is what people who bought the deal previously liked about it: ‘Great offer, more spa deals, please’ and ‘I like that it is available on weekends as well as weekdays! So many offers that just don’t cater to the working folk who so desperately need a break at the weekend!’