Our top-pick Sussex spas set to reopen this summer

We love that South Downs Water has been picked as the Natural Mineral Water of choice by the South Coast’s leading luxury spas. 

Thanks to its naturally low-sodium-high-calcium composition, and being enriched with minerals from deep within the South Downs, our water goes hand in hand with some of Sussex’s top spa venues to help promote wellbeing and keep guests hydrated throughout their visits. 

With spas set to reopen from the end of the week, we have gathered some of our favourite spots to relax, unwind – and enjoy a few glasses of South Downs Water, of course.

The Spa at South Lodge, nr Horsham, West Sussex

Reopening: 25th July (1st Sept for spa days)

Image copyright: The Spa at South Lodge
Image copyright: The Spa at South Lodge

The Spa at South Lodge is a multi-award winning luxury spa with a state-of-the-art gym and spin studio, indoor pool, outdoor hydrotherapy pool and wild swimming pool, a thermal suite and treatment rooms for members, hotel residents and spa day guests. Set amongst stunning grounds just outside Horsham, it’s a must-visit. We recommend making a booking in their Mediterranean inspired restaurant, too. 

Ockenden Manor Spa, Cuckfield, West Sussex

Reopening: From Monday 27th July

Image copyright: Ockenden Manor/Historic Sussex Hotels
Image copyright: Ockenden Manor/Historic Sussex Hotels

A harmonious blend of modern design and nature’s inspiration nestled in the West Sussex countryside, Ockenden Manor Spa has been designed to create a haven from the hustle and bustle of everyday life. Built inside a 19th century walled garden, the contemporary airy structure contrasts and complements the hotel and shares its nine acres of parklands and gardens. We love their stunning swim-through heated indoor and outdoor pool and the Isopod floatation tank.

Part of Historic Sussex Hotels, it’s sister spas at Bailiffscourt on Climping Beach, and The Spread Eagle in Midhurst town are also well worth adding to your Sussex spa break lists. 

Image Copyright: The Spread Eagle/ Historic Sussex Hotels
Image Copyright: The Spread Eagle/ Historic Sussex Hotels

Park House Hotel and Spa, Bepton, West Sussex

Reopening: Saturday 1st August 

Image copyright: Park House Hotel
Image copyright: Park House Hotel

The spa at Park House is an oasis of luxury and tranquillity, offering guests and members an intimate environment in which to relax and unwind. 

From the moment you walk through the large glass doors,you’re made to feel at home and the spa award-winning spa has a fantastic range of facilities including a 15-metre mother-of-pearl indoor swimming pool, a gym, four treatment rooms and a relaxation room. From May to September there is also a heated outdoor swimming pool and a wide range of outdoor sporting options.

The Spa at Pennyhill Park, nr Camberley, Surrey.

Reopening: 25 July (Spa days from 01 Sept) 

Image copyright: Pennyhill Park
Image copyright: Pennyhill Park

Not strictly in Sussex, but in our opinion The Spa at Pennyhill Park had to make our top picks! Boasting 45,000 sq. ft. of award-winning facilities, a state-of-the-art fitness suite, 23 relaxing treatment rooms, nail bar and nutritious dining in their Themis restaurant. You can relax in thermal and sensory experiences, hot tubs and indoor and outdoor pools whilst enjoying the Surrey countryside. 

In addition to these venues, you can also get your South Downs Water fix at lots of fantastic bars and restaurants across the South Coast – head to our stocklists page to see more. 

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Opening back up?

If you’re looking for a locally sourced, sustainable Natural Mineral Water to offer your guests or visitors, we’re here to help. Get in touch with our friendly team on 01243 376 156 or email enquiries@southdownswater.co.uk who will be happy to discuss our different ranges and offer a bespoke package for your business.

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