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Lucknam Park Hotel, Bath

Colerne, Chippenham, Wiltshire, SN14 8AZ, UK
Lucknam Park Hotel Review
 
5 Star Rating
3 February 2016Lucknam Park HotelTags: Bath, UK, Spa reviewsThe Bill: £420 per night
 

Located on the outskirts of Bath, Lucknam Park Hotel sits at the end of an impressive mile long driveway. You find yourself in a tranquil haven of over 500 acres of meticulously maintained gardens and countryside, and looking at an impressive period building. You are forgiven for feeling like you’re worlds away from the bustle of city life, lush greenery as far as the eye can see providing a relaxing sense of calm.

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Upon arrival our car doors were opened for us and our luggage was taken inside. We were shown through to the reception area and after a swift check-in we were shown to our Cottage Suite. We stayed in the Columbine Suite, a good sized suite that includes the most beautiful four-poster bed. There was also a charming sofa and a couple of armchairs in the main living area, with a large trunk taking centre stage. The room was filled with a beautiful floral scent from freshly cut flowers that had been placed throughout the bathroom and bedroom. The bathroom was spacious and played home to a beautiful roll-top bath with polished silver taps and trimmings. There were his and hers basins, and a separate shower.

“Lucknam Park offers the perfect blend of luxury and secluded tranquillity.”

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Lucknam Park is renowned for its spa facilities and it’s easy to see why. You can easily get lost in what feels like a maze of facilities which included a huge indoor pool, and a separate hydrotherapy pool with allows you to swim directly outside where you will find a saltwater plunge pool. Perfect for those rare sunny days. We also experienced the Thermal Cabins, these include a salt area, the amethyst room, aromatic steam room, a sauna, and a tepidarium. We recommend experiencing as many of these facilities as you can during your stay to complete your spa experience. Other facilities on the grounds include a good sized gym, tennis courts, football pitch, yoga classes and a hair salon. There really is something for everyone and if you’re looking to spoil yourself it’s worth looking through the treatments menu.

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If you’re looking to just escape from city life and enjoy the hotel and grounds there’s plenty to see. We’re confident you will feel calm and collected just exploring the grounds and admiring this impressive building. The hotel holds a wealth of character throughout, the library and drawing rooms are breathtaking and certainly worth visiting. Apéritifs and canapes are served in the drawing room in the evening for guests dining at the Park Restaurant which is wonderful way to start your evening. The staff were passionate and welcoming throughout the hotel and one of our fond memories was being served tea and coffee to our suite before our day began. Our entire visit was a memorable one, and you will surely not be disappointed. Lucknam Park offers the perfect blend of luxury and secluded tranquillity.

 
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