The Spa at Turnberry has unveiled ground-breaking new treatments, partnering with skincare experts Ishga and wellness brand Swell to reach the upper echelons of luxury.
A new 30-minute Seaweed Bath sound treatment has been introduced alongside an 80-minute Back, Face and Scalp package. Both treatments draw on Ayrshire’s heritage and landscape to supplement Turnberry’s world-class spa offering.
Channelling the power of sound through therapy specialists Swell, the new treatments will immerse guests in unblemished tranquillity. Traditional Scottish instruments – such as the Gaelic harp – will harmonise with the soothing tones of the ocean and natural wildlife.
Further enhancing the experiences will be Ishga’s award-winning range of innovative products, a long-term staple of The Spa at Turnberry’s line-up. Sustainably made from hand-harvested seaweed from the Hebridean Islands, Ishga skincare products perfectly complement Swell’s ocean sounds to bring guests closer to Scotland’s natural majesty than ever before.
The Spa at Turnberry is one of the UK’s premier relaxation destinations, nestled among 800 acres of Ayrshire countryside. It features a heated pool, saunas and magnificent coastal views and is staffed by a team of expert therapists and equipped with the latest in luxurious technology.
A Scottish institution, Turnberry has been a beacon on the Ayrshire coast for over a century. The landmark hotel offers a diverse range of suites and accommodations to suit parties of all sizes, each lavishly furnished and supplied with every comfort. The signature 1906 restaurant spearheads a first-rate culinary offering, with fine dining at the resort specialising in steak and seafood, while lighter options are available at the Duel in the Sun clubhouse restaurant.
Turnberry is renowned worldwide for its three authentic links golf courses, with the unique Ailsa course hosting the Open Championship an incredible four times. Blessed with unparalleled views out to the spectacular Ailsa Craig, the course has earned a reputation as one of the world’s leading golfing layouts. Complementing the Ailsa are the thrilling King Robert the Bruce course, which underwent a redesign in 2017, and the nine-hole Arran course.
Hailed as the UK’s finest in the 2022 edition of Leading Courses Best Golf Resorts in Europe list, Turnberry also offers a selection of other activities for guests to enjoy during their stay, ranging from horse riding and hunting to falconry and archery.
Turnberry’s long history of delivering premium guest service has cemented its status as one of the world’s must-visit destinations.
To make a booking at Trump Turnberry and for more information on the hotel and its facilities, visit turnberry.co.uk.
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