Sunrises are getting earlier by the day and come March 11th, springtime will almost have officially started. Treating mum to an extended Mother’s Day weekend on the sunny south coast…it doesn’t get much better than this.
Devon Cliffs holiday park is home to a luxury spa, designed for mums who deserve some peace and quiet. The kids are taken care of by the park’s ‘Seaside Squad’, who are always running lots of activities for any age group – so mum can find the time to completely relax.
The spa experience
Looking out beyond the park and into the frothy waves of the English Channel, the view from the hot tub window is breath-taking enough. Inside, mum will have three hours of spa treatment – each session spaced out enough to give her the freedom to unwind at her own pace.
Pampering time – from anti-ageing seaweed to Dead Sea mud and more, the treatments here are designed for every skin type. The client is always in control, so mum can select the minerals she wants to try out during her refreshing facial experience.
A ‘Comfort Lomi Lomi Hawaiian Massage’ uses only the elbows and forearms, to knead muscles into a deep relaxed state. The skin is left feeling silky soft and the idea behind it all is to balance the body with the mind – the perfect start to a long weekend away.
Hawaiian lava stones have been used throughout history for physical and spiritual healing. The pebbles are placed on the core energy centres of the back and nestled beneath the torso. Any tensions or knots are soothed under the heat and weight of the stones.
It doesn’t stop there. Mum can spend an entire morning or afternoon at the spa, enjoying every single feature, right down to the manicures and pedicures. With a spray tan to top it off, she can look and feel her absolute best for that first holiday dinner with the family.
Devon’s natural therapy
This is one of the best holiday parks in Devon and not just because of the spa. Its location on the shores of Sandy Bay is like nowhere else in the UK – you can even spot dolphins on a clear day.
Couple that with the locally sourced food on offer from the park’s South Beach Café and you’ve got the perfect mini paradise for mum to enjoy this year. Booking short breaks for the family at Haven is easy – just clear it with your loved ones to delay Mother’s Day until the weekend of March the 15th…because that’s when the parks open for 2013.
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