A couple of months ago we went to the stunning Pennyhill Park. That time was impossible to forget! Everything combined to become a perfect experience. The people, the weather, the food, the amazing atmosphere created from relaxation and people enjoying life.
Pennyhill Park is a five star country house hotel and spa in Surrey. Every room is cosy and beautiful, has its own unique style and is truly wonderful for blissful nights and the best mornings.
The building is beautiful itself has the spirit of luxurious and king greatness. Even the toilets (at least the lady’s) have charm! Look at this design and the lovely details:
The Interior makes you feel royal and a little mysterious.
We got changed into white bathrobes and slippers and started the day in the pool.
The weather was too great to miss so we soon went to the outdoor warm pool. Absolutely perfect. I’m not a big fan of sitting in a hot tub for ages, but when your body is caressed by warm bubbly water whilst your head is in the fresh air under the blue sky and winter sun… Gosh, I could do it for my entire life!
Then we relocated into a smaller pool where there was nobody else, and we could enjoy each other’s company and fresh fruity Pimms.
After lunch (which was cooked by a Russian lady from Rostov-on-Don which is where my mum is from!) in our bathrobes (not bad, huh!) and a couple of glasses of sparkly rose I decided to try as many treating rooms as I could. An ice cave, a sauna, a herbal sauna, a steam room, and a laconium! The herbal sauna was my favourite – heaven! A tiny room, ladies only, was filled with aromatic steam coming from a cone in the middle of the room lit with violet light. Peaceful ambient music was played but you couldn’t tell where from, and if you are lucky enough to end up in there alone it is absolute blissful.
The rooms as I mentioned are exclusive:
When we woke up and I ran to open the curtains wide, the sun lit up the whole room. I opened the door to the terrace and the stunning view appeared in front of me:
We hurried to have our breakfast and go for a walk. Jo saw a lot of squirrels and we hoped to feed them but as always – not even a tiny squirrel showed up when we wanted one too!
The territory is not only marvellous but used as the training base by English Rugby Team.
The day as you can see was like a fairytale. The grass was covered with frost so it really looked like winter!
Despite the lack of squirrels the little walk was worth every second!