Lincombe Spa - New £2 million spa one of the best in South Devon
The new £2 million Lincombe Spa, opening in South Devon in November, promises to be one of the best spas in the region with a "just for adults, pure spa experience".Read more
Healthy Christmas Indulgence: Treat Yourself the Right Way
Christmas indulgence doesn’t have to mean munching down too many mince pies, boozing and lazing around. Why not indulge your mind, body and soul this Christmas?
Hydrotherapy’s Health Benefits Will Make You Feel Fantastic
Water is the blood of life. It is the substrate from which we evolved and in which the biochemical processes vital to our existence fizzle away. Nothing could be more precious.
Spas are not spas without water. In fact, the definition of a spa is “a location where mineral-rich spring water (and sometimes seawater) is used to give medicinal baths.” In all cultures water is regarded as a purifier of the body and mind. It cleanses skin and soul. It rinses away old ways of being and presents the world anew.Read more
8 Top Tips for a Healthy Lifestyle
We’re experiencing an unhealthy epidemic. But we’re also waking up to this fact. Healthy living information is more readily available than ever before, and people are starting to reject outdated, self-destructive ways of being.
You can get healthy too and feel happier than ever. It’s not easy, but more than worth it for a new lease of life. Here are some top tips to kickstart your healthy lifestyle.Read more
Top 10 South Devon Mother’s Day Ideas
A Mum loves her little ones come rain or shine. She’s there for all the trials and tribulations of growing up. Tantrums, sleepless nights, chicken pox. And also for the sunny days and special shared moments.Read more
Blue Mind - Health Benefits of the Sea
Blue mind is a term used to describe the psychological impact of being near or in the sea. It’s the opposite of what is being described as “red mind”, or an anxious, hyper connected, stressed-out, over stimulated mental state. Simply, blue mind is a calm, meditative state and the antidote to our hectic modern lives, defined by red mind.Read more
Top 5 Outdoor Activities To Try At Lincombe Hall
Nowhere captures the many moods of the great outdoors like South Devon. Dartmoor's wild drama, its huge plains, glens and remote hills, feels far removed from the patchwork of fields around it. The countryside is calm and affirming. Meanwhile, the coast is vibrant, rugged and fresh.
All this is on your doorstep at Lincombe Hall. Read on for our top 5 outdoor activities for your staycation.Read more
5 Romantic Autumn Coastal Walks in South Devon
Autumn is beautiful in Devon. The soaring views have a new clarity, the air a crisp edge. The sea breezes blow away the cobwebs, the sun settles upon the hedgerows and fields, and the forested cliffs smoulder in rust and golden brown.
It’s a quiet and gentle time of year, perfect for enjoying some away time as a couple. Layer up and explore romantic walking routes around the Devon coast and countryside.
Autumn Spa: Fall In Love With Thermal Treatments
Crisp air, whirling leaves and the cold crunch of the first frosts. Like Halloween and Bonfire Night, late autumn has a bewitching magic. A season for smoke and mirrors: earthy spices, ghost stories, mulled cider. Dark skies that start and splatter, filled with the crackle and flare of neon thunderstorms.
Between the festivities and pumpkin spice lattes, the cold creeps in. It’s scenic, sure. But it often brings with it dry skin, chapped lips, and all sorts of sniffly bugs.
This year more than ever we want to sail through the season feeling happy and well. That is where the warm, cosy and immune-strengthening benefits of the spa come in.
Here are some thermal spa experiences that were made for autumn chills.Read more
A Return to Wellness Post Lockdown
Most, if asked, would say the coronavirus pandemic has negatively impacted them. For some, it’s been life changing.
Out of the blue a new respiratory virus emerged in the east and spread across the globe—like something from a disaster film. Consequently, we’ve seen months of dystopian lockdowns and a state of fear unheard of in peace time. Though we are strong and have adapted to a “new normal”. However, this is not without a struggle. Coronavirus is leaving its mark on our physical and mental health.Read more