Monday, April 30

Beauty H Spa | Hoburne, New Forest

Having a massage, going to the spa, getting your nails done and being pampered is a real treat. It's a form of self-love and can make you feel so beautiful inside and out. Having worked within the Spa industry before, not as a therapist but certainly with enough experience (I've literally had hundreds of treatments) to know the difference between an average spa and an excellent spa, I can confirm that Beauty H Spa is going to be somewhere I return again and again. Opening brand new this week, and found inside Hoburne Holiday Park set in the New Forest, this is perfect edition if you're staying for a break, or if you're local and are looking for a new spot to visit.


The drive up to reception is already enough to make you feel zen; the tweeting birds, beautifully fresh cut grass and towering trees are the perfect setting to help take your mind away from our everyday busy lives. With easy access and free parking outside, you'll be pleasantly surprised with how modern and fresh Hoburne is. I used to visit another site locally as a kid every summer, and have very fond memories with my cousins growing up. However, I was really naive to how much work has gone into giving the whole place an overhaul! Beautiful decor, a newly refurbished restaurant available to spa guests, and a huge cafe if you'd like a coffee or lunch after. I was very impressed.


On arrival, you take the stairs to Beauty H, and can instantly hear the music playing as you're greeted by the staff. I was greeted by Justine, the therapist who kindly gave me a Back, Neck and Shoulder massage. The reception area where I filled in my consultation form was filled with Elemis products which are used throughout all the treatments. They offer everything from body scrubs, facials, moroccan tan, shellac nails, Biotec Skin Solutions, Waxing, Lash Tint & Lift and Novalash. They also have specific treatments for men, or if you're pregnant too.


The room was really perfect, I loved the high ceiling and lighting. There were pegs to hang clothes but my own critique was that there wasn't anywhere to leave jewellery or valuables, so I tucked them inside my bag. The bed was so comfortable, and I wasn't distracted by outside noises or my therapist walking around.

I had a vigorous but grounding massage, tailored entirely to my needs to help relieve stress and muscle pain. 30 minutes was £45, and so worth it. I've been struggling so badly with back problems recently, having not long needed treatment at a Chiropractor, so I told Justine that I wanted a medium pressure. It was easily one of the best treatments I've ever had, she used techniques I've never experienced before, and it felt so much longer than half an hour. I'd love to go back for an hour full body one next time.


The relaxation room after was really gorgeous, I loved the hanging chairs. I can imagine having a full spa day here, staying in my robe and enjoying tea in the restaurant. Plus, the nails area was so lovely for having a manicure or pedicure. I enjoyed it so much, that I purchased some Elemis Bath Soak after to continue my pampering at home, and I took down Justine's details so I can call and book with her again. It was exactly what I needed to help release my knots, and she was so knowledgeable on explaining my body and what she had helped me with. I went to the cinema later that night, and normally I struggle with sitting still for that long, but my posture felt so much better and I was much more relaxed. You know you've had a good treatment when you feel like that.

Huge thank you to Beauty H for having me, it really was a great sp and I can't recommend it enough. If you're interested in Beauty H, be sure to check out there website here!
*Complimentary massage. Review and opinions are my own.
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