Mrs B's Spa Day

Mrs. B and the gals head over to the Island Wellness Spa at the West Bay Country Club, Yarmouth for an afternoon of necessary luxury. 

We arrived and were welcomed with a warm smile by the serene Phoebe. She gave us all the information needed, made us feel completely at ease and settled us in for our relaxing afternoon.

The facilities were in good order and well looked after with an obvious attention to detail. There are three treatment rooms so you should never feel that the spa is too busy. The calm room is furnished with comfy sofas, lovely tranquil lighting and suitable spa music playing very gently in the background. You can kick back and choose from a good selection of quality magazines or just switch your mind off and relax after your treatment or from using the sauna or steam room.

Nicole was our therapist for the afternoon. She had a wonderful calming presence and a natural ability to be able to connect with each of us, tailoring our treatments to our individual needs. Not only was my massage totally divine with the perfect amount of pressure but the heat from the hot stones soothed and popped my aching knots. It was just what the doctor ordered!

The massage couch was out of this world (there's nothing worse than a rickety old thing that wobbles as you’re relaxing). It was heated, which was completely glorious. We were wrapped in supersoft towels and duvets and I was so comfortable I could have stayed laying there all afternoon.   

What amazing service! Nothing was too much trouble. We had some bonkers requests and not an eyelid was batted, just a great reply of, “We hold no judgement here". I do believe she truly meant it. We all felt thoroughly relaxed after our afternoon of necessary luxury; our shoulders felt as though they had dropped inches from our ears.

We shall definitely be returning as soon as time allows for us all to gather together again at this fabulous spa.                                   

Mrs. B and the Gals xx

Mrs B

29 January 2018

By Mrs B in The locals' blogs