First, ask for Amanda and you can't go wrong. I speak as a therapist myself, and she's good. Knows many modalities, has a pleasant personality, and is intuitive, which I always appreciate, since you can't tell a therapist everything on an intake form and short interview. The spa itself is a separate building from the Waynesville Inn, down the hill a bit and closer to the newer buildings. In the summer, it's a good place to "zone" after a massage or body treatment. Right on the golf course and beautiful view. If you prefer inside or the weather's bad, there is a peaceful, spacious, nicely decorated room to wait before or after your treatment. Plenty of light, too, if you want to read a while. Water, and small treats were there also. Easy booking by walking right into the spa, and they accommodated on short notice with the rainout on the golf course. Can book through the front desk, but I recommend visiting directly, There was another therapist also, who I was told is also a great esthetician for folks looking for facials, but my wife was busy with other ladies downtown, which is a quaint, great area for ladies to find "stuff." Overall, great value for the money, and great service. Ask for Amanda.
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