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Spas in New England area

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Spas in New England area

My daughter age 14 and I would like to have a day spa treatment, but all the local spa/resorts I checked do not allow anyone under the age of 18. Do any tripadvisors know of any spa that accommodates a 14 year old?

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1. Re: Spas in New England area

Try one of these Spa's:

The Cape Codder Resort & Spa located at 1225 Iyanough Rd. in Hyannis, MA. 888 297-2200. On their site they have kids info on the Spa treatments.

The Spa at The Wentworth By The Sea located 1 hour north of Boston in New Castle, NH on Wentworth Rd. 603 422-7322. You could just call them and see about it. Their site mentions family packages, so may be they mean the Spa as well?

There's the Wingate Salon & Spa located at 139 Portsmouth Ave. in Stratham, NH 888 379-7979, it's a Day Spa, it's not a resort. It's quite nice though, see if they allow anyone under age 18. I think they do because I've gotten my hair cut there quite a bit and I've seen people with their daughters and they looked under 18 to me, but you can't go by me I don't have kids!

Did you check Spa Resorts in Connecticut at all? There's several that are incredible there! Go to the CONN. Forums and post this question there if you don't have luck with any of these mentioned. Also keep checking back from time to time there could be other suggestions and ideas right here for you.

Good luck!

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2. Re: Spas in New England area

Adamo Day Spa (www.adamodayspa.com) in Cohasset not only allows teenagers, but also has particular services designed for preteens and for teenagers.

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