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Newmarket: Spa at Bedford Lodge Hotel receives ‘Five Bubbles’ rating from the Good Spa Guide

06:00 26 January 2014

The Bedford Lodge Hotel’s new £5.5million spa has received a top “Five Bubbles” rating from the Good Spa Guide.

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The new facility, which opened last summer in the grounds of the four-star hotel, was judged on criteria including the quality of treatments, dining, customer care and cleanliness.

Spa manager Anna Ramsay said: “We’re absolutely delighted to have been awarded five bubbles by the Good Spa Guide and are thrilled with the outstanding review.”

And she added: “The whole team has worked hard to ensure we deliver an outstanding spa experience to all our guests.”

The Good Spa Guide said: “We awarded The Spa at Bedford Lodge five bubbles for all of its chic glory. The spa is beautiful and there is nowhere else like it in the area. The emphasis is on living life well and enjoying the finer things in life. The Spa is a new and proud addition to the spa scene in the UK.”

The spa, which complements the 77-bedroom hotel and its Squires restaurant, features indoor and outdoor facilities including a roof-top hot tub, 10 treatment rooms and a therapy room.

The treatment menu features leading British spa brand ESPA and offers a range of natural, holistic and results-driven treatments for face, body and mind while a beauty room offers manicures and pedicures.

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