Hen Spa Breaks

Hi all, wondering if any of you lovely people can help me...

I'm looking for a spa break for a small group (4 or poss 5) people. I never wanted a 'traditional drunken night out' hen night when I got married but was looking at spa breaks to go on with a couple of my closest friends. Having never gotten around to it at the time (there was a lot of stuff going on besides wedding prep!) I'm now looking at actually doing something with the small group of girls that made up my side of the bridal party.

Basically what I'm looking for is a one or two night stay, somewhere preferably that is within an hour and a half travelling time of home (I live relatively near Heathrow Airport), preferably more of a countryside location though this isn't a necessity. Cost wise, up to about £500 for the group. Dates wise, preferably a weekend, but in school holidays would be good (I'm currently thinking October half term, but can be flexible).

When looking briefly last year I found this place that did a 'girls night in' type thing where you had like a suite between the group with a couple bedrooms and a lounge. One night you got a bunch of girly DVDs, pizza, popcorn, etc. in your lounge. You got use of the spa facilities, and either one or two treatments each depending on what options you went for. Something like that would be perfect, but can I find it again??? Or course not! Lol.

Anyone know of anything?
Save in 2014 Challenge: #193 £4,197.70/£5000

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  • ceh209ceh209 Forumite
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    Center Parcs at Longleat has a LUSH spa and would suit your countryside preference perfectly.

    I'm not sure on cost though, especially if you want to go at half term!
    Excuse any mis-spelt replies, there's probably a cat sat on the keyboard
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