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“Excellent service and great upgrades to the facilities” 5 of 5 stars
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The Headland Hotel - Newquay
4.0 of 5 Hotel   |   Fistral Beach, Newquay TR7 1EW, England   |  
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“Excellent service and great upgrades to the facilities”
5 of 5 stars Reviewed August 26, 2013

As regulars at the Headland we stay because of the great location, the work they have been doing dramatically improving the hotel and the staff are always great - particularly Richard in the Brasserie. However this trip the team excelled themselves. We asked reception to call a taxi. Despite the taxi's assurances the taxi let us down and there was no car. The Assistant Manager Adam stepped in and drove us to the station and we literally made it on time running up the platform with the driver holding off leaving until we got on. I had a plane to catch and making that train was a huge plus. This last piece of exemplary service at the end of another great stay cements the Headland as my favourite place to stay in the South-West. I don't measure service when all is well, it is when things go wrong that you see the strength of a place. Great service and a great hotel.

  • Stayed August 2013, traveled as a couple
    • 5 of 5 stars Value
    • 4 of 5 stars Location
    • 4 of 5 stars Sleep Quality
    • 4 of 5 stars Rooms
    • 5 of 5 stars Cleanliness
    • 5 of 5 stars Service
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5 of 5 stars Reviewed August 25, 2013

We chose this hotel for its location its quality and its family and dog friendliness. We were not disappointed with any of these. We stayed in a lovely cottage with fantastic sea views our own small outside space and 2 bedrooms with en suites. It was clean smart and homely. It created the opportunity to enjoy the advantages of self catering with hotel facilities. Our son loved the tennis courts outdoor heated pool and the pitch and putt. We were easily able to arrange tennis coaching and surf lessons . It was great to have such easy access to such a beautiful beach, and no need for sandy sandwiches with the cottage so close at hand.
I was surprised to read reviews that were critical of the reception staff, we found them helpful and friendly and one lovely lady looked after our dog at reception for a few hours to let us eat out one lunch time.
previous comments relating to service in the restaurant did match our experience, the food was good and the service friendly just not very efficient considering the prices, main course didn't arrive together and wine to compliment out min mel arrived as we were finishing- we only ate there once
overall a very good holiday blessed with good weather and really worked for us- would return visit

  • Stayed August 2013, traveled with family
    • 4 of 5 stars Value
    • 5 of 5 stars Location
    • 5 of 5 stars Sleep Quality
    • 5 of 5 stars Rooms
    • 5 of 5 stars Cleanliness
    • 4 of 5 stars Service
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Darryl R, General Manager at The Headland Hotel - Newquay, responded to this review, August 26, 2013
Many thanks for your very favourable review. I am delighted that you all enjoyed your Cottage holiday here on the north coast of Cornwall. It would certainly seem that these beautifully located, private and cosy just go from strength to strength in popularity! In fact we could do with even more of them at certain times of the year.

Great to know that on site facilities like Tennis and surfing all worked for your family members, additionally you that you benefitted from our informal arrangement to baby sit, well behaved, four legged guests on request!

Look forward to seeing you again in the future,

Kind regards

Darryl
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3 of 5 stars Reviewed August 25, 2013 via mobile

The Headland location is amazing. Alas that is the peak of its appeal. Our expensive room had a great view but was very small and cramped - possibly more of a large cupboard? Service was always slow wherever in the hotel and no spa is relaxing with kids taking over, shouting and jumping in the pool. Must mention Maeve who was a friendly, efficient and professional restaurant host. However it was nice seeing dogs so at home in a hotel and the team do well as it never felt overly doggy. We both had excellent, good value spa treatments but management must rapidly grasp the nettle and make the pool adults only otherwise the massive investment in the facilities will be wasted as noone will return to the least relaxing spa ever. Negates all the positives and hard work of the talented spa team. We wont rush back - Come on management pull your socks up.

  • Stayed August 2013
    • 2 of 5 stars Value
    • 5 of 5 stars Location
    • 2 of 5 stars Rooms
    • 5 of 5 stars Cleanliness
    • 3 of 5 stars Service
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Darryl R, General Manager at The Headland Hotel - Newquay, responded to this review, August 26, 2013
Thank you for your review and for sharing your experience of The Headland.
I am really quite unsure what room you must have been occupying whilst with us, I have never actually received any of our rooms described in this way. This would include our Courtyard rooms, which offer fantastic all round value, albeit they offer an internal courtyard view only.
There is no excuse for slow service, at any time of year, and irrespective of the time of year; I would like to assure that this will be an aspect of your stay shared with our team and towards improving in the future peak periods particularly.
I am really very pleased that you had the opportunity to experience our spa and furthermore to rate them really quite highly. There are more areas of the spa to open in due course including a VIP Suite and Relaxation Lounge, offering absolute adult peace and tranquillity. However, in the meantime I would like to be quite clear, that we will never make our pool an ‘adults only’ area, and would not in any way be anything, that would fit into our business strategy. Our vision is, and always has been, to have a collection of bespoke adult treatment rooms for both double and single occupation, with full relaxation opportunities and refreshments before and afterwards. The pool will remain a mainstream facility for the use of all our guests, particularly during school holiday periods, with the introduction of some restricted children swimming times during term time.
I am sorry to read that you wouldn’t rush back to see us; considering a more suitable time of the year for your particular requirements, I feel should at least be considered?
Thank you for your feedback and with best wishes
Darryl
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Sheffield, United Kingdom
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5 of 5 stars Reviewed August 24, 2013

I stayed with my wife, daughter & dog in an Ocean View family suite (room 317) for 7 nights from 3rd August on a bed and breakfast basis. The view was wonderful and the room met our expectations fully. The staff were friendly and the hotel was child friendly and exceptionally dog friendly. We used all the facilities and were very satisfied with the service provided. Looking at previous reviews people were unhappy with the number of children in the spar area. Our experience was that any children in the spar, and outdoor pool, were well behaved and supervised. If you holiday during the school holidays expect to see a few children.

The location is fantastic and the outdoor pool, the pods and the terrace all added to our experience of a great holiday at the Headland. We stayed during the Boardmasters and enjoyed the hustle and bustle though this may not have been for everyone , but we booked knowing his was happening during our stay.

We had a really good stay and will definitely return to he Headland.

  • Stayed August 2013, traveled with family
    • 4 of 5 stars Value
    • 5 of 5 stars Location
    • 5 of 5 stars Sleep Quality
    • 5 of 5 stars Rooms
    • 5 of 5 stars Cleanliness
    • 5 of 5 stars Service
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Darryl R, General Manager at The Headland Hotel - Newquay, responded to this review, August 26, 2013
Thank you Andy for your lovely review and so pleased that you enjoyed being in Cornwall for this year’s Board masters festival. By all accounts it was one of the best so far and a very busy and successful time for everyone involved or connected in some way. As with previous years, The Headland played its part and accommodated the ever popular 'Flow rider' on the hotel grounds just above the beach, there was certainly an unmistakable buzz that makes this festival week very different to the rest, all in all great fun!

The first few weeks of The Spa have been a huge success. It has been fantastic to see the reaction on the faces of our guests on arrival at the Hotel, as they are toured through the very tasteful spa reception, en route to their room. I am confident that the balance of those guests enjoying treatments and also wishing to spend some time in the pool, coupled with our little guests who also enjoy the water, will soon establish a natural balance, especially when the rather exclusive VIP suite and relaxation lounge is complete.

Thank you for sharing your experience, and hope to see you next year.

Kind Regards
Darryl
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Billericay, England, United Kingdom
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5 of 5 stars Reviewed August 24, 2013

We have just returned from a 4 night break staying in a family room, taking advantage of the kids eat and stay free package.
We arrived to find that our family room was a lovely bright and spacious room which overlooked the sea. The room had bunk beds that folded down from the wall, a very large double bed, a seating area as well as a small dressing table and spacious bathroom. We had been slightly worried that our family of 4 which included 2 teenage boys, might feel cramped in one room, as a family suite (which has a seperate bedroom for the children) were all fully booked. We needn't have worried and were delighted with room 131. We had on a previous occasion stayed in a family suite, which obviously gave the family more privacy but the family room is quite a lot cheaper.
Our family thoroughly enjoyed the facilities at the hotel especially the pitch and put golf course and the new spa facilities.
As the weather was wonderful when we stayed we spent a lot of time sunbathing in the secluded 'pods' in the garden, these sheltered you from any strong sea breezes. We also enjoyed a swim in the heated outdoor pool. Although deck chairs are provided we both said how lovely it would have been to have full sun beds, where you could put your legs up, rather than the traditional wooden folding deckchairs (these do look like they have only just been bought). It would also have been fantastic if one of the waiters from the bar area had come round a couple of times a day to take orders for drinks.
We thoroughly enjoyed sitting on the new verandah which has been built with very comfortable seating, it has a glass screen which holds off any strong breezes and a beautiful sea view. Every evening we were able to enjoy cocktails there before dinner ( the cocktails were amazing with a large selection although they did work out a little pricy at around £10 each !)
Our family had our evening meal in the main restaurant each evening, the food was delicious and it was the highlight of our stay! We all enjoyed looking over the menu and finding plenty of options to choose from, all of our meals were fantastic including the breakfast, especially the items that are cooked to order off the menu ( the eggs benedict were a particular favourite).
The staff at the hotel were all friendly and helpful. I notice on some of the other reviews that people have mentioned that the service is slow, I have to agree with this, especially when sitting on the verandah it does take a while to get served a drink. Although service in the restaurant was a bit slow, we didn't mind as we were on holiday and we were not in a rush so it didn't effect our enjoyment of our stay.
I would thoroughly recommend staying at the hotel and we will certainly be returning in the near future.

Room Tip: The sea views were fantastic.
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  • Stayed August 2013, traveled with family
    • 4 of 5 stars Value
    • 5 of 5 stars Location
    • 5 of 5 stars Sleep Quality
    • 5 of 5 stars Rooms
    • 5 of 5 stars Cleanliness
    • 4 of 5 stars Service
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Darryl R, General Manager at The Headland Hotel - Newquay, responded to this review, August 26, 2013
Thank you so much for your positive review, which was delightful to read and I would suggest very reflective of many other guests too,fortunate enough to have enjoyed this summer’s beautiful weather.

We are very fortunate to have so many configurations of both bedrooms, suites and of course cottages to ensure every size of family or friends can be accommodated successfully at The Headland. I am delighted that your family room worked for your family of four.

I will ensure that Stephen, our grounds man is made aware of your enjoyment of the new putting green as it has been his pride and joy these past few months! Hopefully you found the opportunity to enjoy one of our luxurious treatments from 'Voya' or one of our other carefully selected product houses.

Many thanks for your feedback with regards to a more attentive drinks service to the 'pods’, I am wondering if you spotted the new ones which are totally ocean facing, this is where the new landscaping has recently taken place?

I very much look forward to welcoming you back to The Hotel in the future,

Best wishes Darryl.
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4 of 5 stars Reviewed August 19, 2013

We spent four nights as a family in the West Tower Suite overlooking Fistral Beach. First impressions of the room were excellent - clean, nicely decorated with a good-sized lounge/main bedroom, a separate room with bunk beds, bathroom, separate WC and good storage space. The room is in the tower "beach-side" and as such is reached by stairs from the third floor. Reception made us feel very welcome and gave us a tour of the hotel and facilities.

The spa area is still a "work in progress" - the gym area was not yet open when we were there, but the treatments were all available and there is a (very) small pool plus sauna, steam room etc. This area is fine, but the pool really is far too small and is good for little more than a dip after using the sauna, or to sit on one of the bubble jets! As commented by others, it is also generally busy with many children, which would not suit everyone. We also used the tennis courts, and never had a problem getting a court. There is also an outdoor pool and a nine hole pitch and putt. The latter was not especially well kept and is really only for families to have some fun rather than for any golfers to practice their short-game!

There is also a surf school/office, where you can book lessons, and also store your own boards and wetsuits, as well as get changed and shower. This really comes to the selling point of the Headland - it is right on Fistral beach - you can walk down to the beach in 2 minutes and be surfing/swimming in no time. You can also get straight onto the coastal paths and explore the headlands and coastline around the hotel.

In terms of food there are two restaurants - the main (formal) restaurant and the Terrace - which is a bistro/bar style area. We ate dinner mostly in the Terrace, which cost around £30-35 per head for 2-3 courses plus drinks. The service was mostly very friendly although even if you reserve (which is recommended) you can sometimes get put on a small table in a rather out of the way area. Ask for a table by the window - and be insistent!

Breakfast is in the main restaurant and has a large hot and cold buffet plus additional dishes cooked to order. The food was excellent and plentiful. The service slightly less so - tea and coffee that doesn't arrive, orders that arrive wrong etc. We found the staff themselves to be generally very friendly, so either they are short-staffed or their front-of-house management is not up to scratch.

Dinner in the main restaurant was, to be honest, disappointing. It charges London prices and attempts fine-dining, and hence the standards need to be high. The food itself was not too far off the mark - the Roast Cod Fillet on Pea Risotto was good - the fish beautifully cooked but let down by not being seasoned properly. Similarly, the Chocolate Plate dessert had a wonderful parfait and a great chocolate/cherry brulee, but the chocolate tart was bland and the pastry dry and very overcooked. However the service and the attention to detail let things down. We were given one menu with old prices on it and when the order was taken from the diner who had that menu (who obviously did not realise he had an old menu) we were told the prices had been changed and they would not honour the prices on that menu. The waitress would not budge and she offered no recompense for their mistake. She then rubbed salt into the wounds by giving us the old menu again for dessert - despite reassuring us that all old menus would be removed. The chosen bottle of white wine also arrived at room temperature - again, not acceptable if you are charging £50 a head. Overall, I would not recommend paying out for the main restaurant - it's OK, but there is much better available for the money.

In summary - despite one or two minor issues, we did enjoy our trip - however given the prices charged I do think there is still room to improve. The hotel is clearty investing a huge amount of money over the next few years in building new facilities, of which only some are already on-line. As such there are one or two areas around the site that resemble building sites and which give the place a "work in progress" feel. However, the hotel also has fantastic character and charm and the location is a winner. For the most part the staff are also very friendly and any service issues are I suspect more about management issues than the individuals themselves. We would certainly consider a return visit.

  • Stayed August 2013, traveled with family
    • 3 of 5 stars Value
    • 5 of 5 stars Location
    • 4 of 5 stars Sleep Quality
    • 4 of 5 stars Rooms
    • 5 of 5 stars Cleanliness
    • 3 of 5 stars Service
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Darryl R, General Manager at The Headland Hotel - Newquay, responded to this review, August 23, 2013
Thank you for taking the time to give your feedback and following your recent summer holiday with us. Furthermore, I am delighted to read that you would certainly consider a return visit in the future.
As you rightly point out, the hotel is busy at the present time, particularly with children, and we are delighted that this has in fact been the case, throughout this summer period. We are a large landmark hotel (by West Country standards); additionally we have a stunning village of 39 Cottages. With our enviable position overlooking Fistral Beach, and with a surf school too, this will always make The Headland a firm favourite for families who are looking for a high quality, UK beach lead summer break.
Our Spa currently has two treatment rooms, as well as a beautifully designed manicure/pedicure space and more. During the mid to late Autumn time there will be many more and some very exciting additions including - Tanning, a VIP suite, and a private Hydrotherapy bath, not to mention a luxurious and very spacious relaxation lounge specifically for spa users who are enjoying our lovely treatments. The Gym will open on the 16th September; this will boast the latest equipment from Life Fitness a leading name in the world of working out, so please bear with us as we grow!
I will certainly ensure that your food and beverage observations are shared with the relevant members of our team; after all I would hope that improving the tea and coffee service at breakfast should be a quick fix.
With regards to your experience and feedback from the main restaurant, it is certainly the more formal of the two restaurants, albeit we do not steer any particular dress code, and we like to think of it as an environment to be a little more indulgent that the alternative. However, still friendly but with the expected efficiencies to deliver a fixed menu within a time period, genuinely recognised as acceptable for freshly prepared produce. Our three course dinner menu is priced at £34 with coffee and has not been increased for the second year; our feedback cards suggest that this is good value. I do accept however that opting for the supplemented or ALC alternative dishes will increase the overall price per head noticeably.
I do hope that we will have the opportunity to welcome you back next year, please do not hesitate to contact me personally in advance if you wish to, thank you once again,
Best wishes Darryl
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3 of 5 stars Reviewed August 18, 2013

I have just returned from a 5 night stay with my little boy who is 5yrs old. This holiday meant a lot to us as we have been through quite a traumatic time recently. After paying out quite a hefty sum for a courtyard room I was expecting a truly magnificent experience. Upon arrival as I walked into the reception area I was expecting a warm welcome. There were three members of staff and you would of thought that at least one would of welcomed me and my son. Nope. Not even a smile, actually I would say I had some funny looks from one member of staff and started to feel out of place and a little awkward. My son was pretty much ignored which was such a shame as he was so excited. This was his first proper holiday in a hotel.

Matters seemed to go from bad to worse for me as I had already had trouble using my debit card on our extremely long journey from Norfolk. It wouldn't work in the machine at reception and I was left feeling slightly embarrassed especially with the looks I was now receiving from all the reception staff. Luckily I had already taken out quite a bit of money from the cash point and left the hotel to see if my card worked in a cash dispenser. It did and I managed to pay for my room with cash. But the way the female made me feel on reception was awful. There was no understanding at all to my situation. Just awkward looks.

Pretty much the whole of my stay in regard to reception staff was a let down. Not once was I asked if I was enjoying my stay. No information about anything really. I didn't even know there were things my son could of taken part in until the day before we left and that's because I happen to glance at a board in reception that just appeared one day. Nothing on the area, I did find an area next to reception that had all the leaflets of things to do in the area. Again the day before I left.

On the plus side, breakfast was fantastic and the staff impeccable. Could teach the reception staff a thing or two on customer service.

We ate in the terrace and the food was delicious although a little over priced for my son and children's portions far too big and such a waste of good food.

The rooms were spotless and cleaned well everyday. Although for the price you would expect those special touch's you experience when your abroad. Knowing there was a child in the room it would of been nice for something special to be done upon our arrival. Also how much I paid for the room, when the door was opened I was a very disappointed by the size. I wouldn't bother at all with the courtyard rooms for the price you pay. Absolute rip off.

The hotel prides itself on conservation, I'm keen to play my part but its a shame I only saw the recycling bag on the day I was leaving.

I couldn't believe there was a surf school at back of hotel. I only found it by chance. I know there is a board and other advertising but if the reception had mentioned this upon my arrival and taken some time with us at check-in I might of used this facility earlier than I did. You tend not to see boards when you have just arrived.

My little boy loved the Spa, it's a pity they have a time limit for the evening as we weren't getting in until late from the beach. Its up to the parent to make sure the children behave and we have as much right to the facilities as everyone else. This country fails when it comes to our future generation. Children should be more appreciated instead of snarled at. Children aren't allowed to be children in this country.

Apart from feeling a little unwelcome on our arrival and pretty much ignored by reception staff we had a awesome week and I would like to bring the rest of my family here for my dads 70th next year. But unsure as the money you pay is not given back in hospitality and customer service from the front of house. I would say this needs looking at urgently as first impressions last.

The money I paid will be spent on an all inclusive holiday abroad next year filled with those special touches and lots and lots of smiles.

Room Tip: Don't go in an internal room. Very warm even with windows open all day and night. Very small for...
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  • Stayed August 2013, traveled with family
    • 3 of 5 stars Value
    • 5 of 5 stars Location
    • 3 of 5 stars Sleep Quality
    • 2 of 5 stars Rooms
    • 5 of 5 stars Cleanliness
    • 1 of 5 stars Service
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Darryl R, General Manager at The Headland Hotel - Newquay, responded to this review, August 23, 2013
Thank you for your recent posting, sadly not the most positive review in places, which was very disappointing to read. I have to say that I find it really quite unexplainable that the review headline suggests that we have ‘depressing’ staff working at The Headland. In truth we engage with many services and external resources to ensure that this would never be the case. We do take such feedback so seriously however, that we have reviewed your check in procedure by referencing our internal CCTV system. Whilst accepting that the very upper levels of customer service can never be guaranteed or take it for granted that it is being offered absolutely, all of the time, I do not feel that on this occasion we could not wholly endorse your views on this particular point.

With regards to the room occupied during your stay, Courtyard rooms are very popular irrespective of the time of the year. Unfortunately they do not promise the beautiful views enjoyed many of the other room categories and suites. The very much deliver what they are described as which is, ‘Overlooking the internal courtyards, these are ideal if you are planning to spend your daylight hours playing in the stunning surroundings, and give you the best value’.
Our children’s art and craft room this year is positioned immediately as you arrive, inside the main front doors of the hotel. Alongside, is a full size surfboard solely advertising ‘Surfing is Therapy’ the surf school at the rear of the building. I am unsure as to why we did not offer your little boy or indeed yourself, one of the printed activity programmes that on the reception desk, and for this I apologise.

Our Spa pool has been open for over a year now and previously has been available for children and adults to enjoy all day, every day. With the recent opening of the new treatment areas, we thought it would be a positive nod our adult guests however, if we reserved a little ‘time out’ opportunity in the evenings and therefore proposed that children could swim all day but until 6pm.We have since relaxed this policy due to an exceptionally busy summer and recognising the number of children in house. Particularly those guests from our Cottages, who seem to prefer to come over to enjoy this facility slightly later in the evening,. I hope that you will be interested to know and hopefully when you return to celebrate your father’s big birthday, that we will not be restricting children’s swimming times during any school holidays. Any restriction will operate only during term time and soon to be advertised on our website.

I would be delighted to have the opportunity to discuss your exact requirements for a return visit and to ensure that we can do even better, than what you have described as overall an ‘awesome week’!

Thank you for your time to give this review, with best wishes Darryl.
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Address: Fistral Beach, Newquay TR7 1EW, England
Location: United Kingdom > England > Cornwall > Newquay
Amenities:
Bar / Lounge Beach Business Center with Internet Access Fitness Center with Gym / Workout Room Free Breakfast Free High Speed Internet ( WiFi ) Free Parking Children Activities ( Kid / Family Friendly ) Pets Allowed ( Dog / Pet Friendly ) Restaurant Room Service Spa Suites Swimming Pool Wheelchair access
Hotel Style:
#2 Romantic Hotel in Newquay
#2 Business Hotel in Newquay
#2 Spa Hotel in Newquay
#4 On the Beach Hotel in Newquay
#5 Family Hotel in Newquay
Price Range (Based on Average Rates): $$
Hotel Class:4 star — The Headland Hotel - Newquay 4*
Number of rooms: 96
Official Description (provided by the hotel):
Newquay's original 4* hotel and 5* cottages, surrounded on three sides by the sea. With stunning views of Fistral Beach, the Atlantic Ocean and Newquay Bay, this is your perfect beachside escape. Families, surfers, businessmen, couples - everyone is made to feel at home. Don't forget you can also bring your dog!Our stunning Leisure Area opened last year and is complimentary for Hotel and Cottage guests to use. Facilities include a heated spa pool with bubble seats and a jet stream, hot tub, aromatherapy showers, Swedish sauna and Cornish salt steam room.We are currently working on the final stage of The Headland Spa which will be complete in autumn 2013. This includes a host of exciting features including a robed dining area and relaxation lounge, a nail salon for manicures and pedicures, a Rhassoul, St. Tropez tanning room, a hydrotherapy bath and a suite of luxury treatment rooms including a VIP suite for exclusive use. We are endeavouring to keep the disturbance to our guests to an absolute minimum, and would hope that the allure of the spa relaxation to come will overcome any slight inconveniences that might occur along the way. During some of these works, it may be occasionally necessary to transfer some of the dining arrangements from our main Restaurant to The Terrace, The Ballroom, or one of our more intimate private dining areas. ... more   less 
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