Winter weather and festive feasting can take its toll on both the complexion and body. So if your new year's resolutions centre around bodily concerns, read on!
We are delighted to welcome Jethro Lawrence as the new head chef at Woolley Grange Hotel. Jethro has over 16 years’ professional kitchen experience, was quarter finalist in the BBC’s Masterchef: The Professionals, and has worked as head chef at The Muset and The Cowshed restaurants in Bristol.
Woolley Grange is an idyllic location for a family adventure. This award winning hotel is only a stone’s throw from Bath, Longleat, the Cotswolds, Stonehenge and some gorgeous National Trust properties as well as an easy downhill stroll from the medieval and picturesque market town of Bradford on Avon. But with so many fun and relaxing things to do at Woolley, you may choose not to leave the hotel grounds at all...
Travelling even short distances with babies and young children can be a logistal nightmare. From high chairs, to cots, sterilisers and nappies, the packing list can seem endless. Add to that, concern about how your child will react to a new environment and change of routine, and a family holiday can sometimes seem more stressful than it's worth. But fear not, Woolley Grange offers a relaxing solution to smooth parents' furrowed brows.
At this time of year our complexion can take a bit of a knocking from wintry winds and drying central heating. Now is the time to consider having a facial, to thoroughly cleanse and moisturise your skin, ready for winter. Here, Caroline, our Marketing Manager, reviews an Elemis Biotec Facial at the Woolley Grange Spa.
Wiltshire and NE Somerset are glorious counties for walks. Big open skies, gently rolling hills, sleepy riverside pastures and shady canal paths. A real ‘get away from it all’ haven and, for the most part, not at all crowded.