For Her Majesty’s Pleasure at Ye Olde Bell

To celebrate the Queen’s Jubilee the award-winning spa at Ye Olde Bell has created a special pampering package fit for royalty

Ye Olde Bell Spa Jubilee

Her Majesty’s pleasure combines a relaxing spa day, gourmet lunch, luxury cocktail and bespoke treatment that utilises some of the Queen’s favourite fragrances.

Upon arrival guests will be greeted by their Spa butler who will be on hand throughout their visit to cater for their every need and whim.

Throughout the day guests can enjoy the spa’s journey, which includes 11 thermal experiences and their beautiful indoor/ outdoor vitality pool.

At lunch they will be treated to a sumptuous 2 course menu, which includes dishes of the likes of Pan Seared Scallop, Chilli Roasted Butternut Squash Puree, Crispy Pancetta and Chorizo Oil, mains such as Sage Stuffed Pork Fillet, Vanilla and Parsnip Purée, Spiced Apple Fondant, Root Vegetables and Red Wine Jus and tempting desserts including White Chocolate Cheesecake, Salted Caramel, Caramelised White Chocolate Crumb, and Cocoa Tuile. Bespoke wine pairings are on offer.

For full relaxation the guests can enjoy the Serenity Rose and Lavender Face and Back Ritual, which is perfect for stress, lack of sleep and dehydrated skin.

Taking inspiration from her majesty’s favourite scents this truly British treatment uses nourishing plant based ingredients and commences with a warm oil lavender candle back massages and is completed with a rose and honey elixir calming facial.

During the day guests can sip on a decedent Kir Royale cocktail, which is included within the package.

The ‘Majesty’s pleasure package’ is priced at £180pp on weekdays and £190pp for weekends.

Guests can also choose to stay at the historic hotel, which dates back to the 17th century and combines period charm with modern elegance. Classic doubles start from £100.

For more information or to make a booking visit: www.yeoldebell-hotel.co.uk

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