We only use the best Spa Hotels in Cornwall
Each venue is chosen for its facilities and location. Our aim is to provide the perfect yoga holiday. so the right balance of yoga practice, time for yourself, good food, great location and comfort.
All weekends feature at least 6 hours of yoga, suitable for all levels.
The Carbis Bay Hotel & Spa
Whatever your mood, The Carbis Bay Hotel combines the perfect holiday ingredients. Enjoy the comfort of one of our forty-seven individually furnished rooms and the luxury of room service or relax in one of our spacious lounges. The pool (open all year round) and sun terrace nestle in our tropical garden and are ideal for relaxing or whiling away long summer days – perhaps taking morning coffee after a gentle stroll or enjoy one of our special Cornish cream teas.
In 125 acres of beautiful coastline with its own Blue Flag beach, the Carbis Bay Hotel is the perfect setting for one of the best spa destinations in the world. Every aspect of the unique and tranquil space enhances relaxation and well being.
Budock Vean Helford River – 4 Star
On a quiet bend of the tranquil Helford River nestles the award-winning 4 star Budock Vean Hotel. Set in 65 acres of glorious gardens, woodlands and its own golf course – The Budock Vean is a sanctuary for rest and relaxation. With an AA Rosette restaurant renowned for amazing food, relaxing treatments in the Natural Health Spa, luxury self catering holiday homes, tennis courts, kayaking and boat trips along the river, you can be as active or as relaxed as you wish. Visit the Budock Vean Hotel and Spa Website
St Moritz Hotel and Spa between Rock and Polzeath North Cornwall
Situated above Daymer Bay in Trebetherick near Rock, with uninterrupted views out across the mouth of the River Camel to Steppa Point, the new £13.5 million St Moritz will be the first purpose built, luxury hotel in Cornwall for over thirty years.Cowshed Spa – small class sizes (6 max) with yoga practiced in a sea view apartment.
Head chef Jamie and his team are committed to serving the finest British food, using predominantly Cornish ingredients.
(Elliot’s certainly qualified to do it, he’s formerly Head Chef at Soho House, New York, and J Sheekey in London, as well as having held senior positions at Le Caprice, The Ivy and Langans Brasserie.)