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The Spa at Ramside launches 'Eat, Drink, Be Married' programme for newlyweds
POSTED 23 Jan 2019 . BY Lauren Heath-Jones
The Spa at Ramside, at Ramside Hall Hotel, Golf & Spa in County Durham, UK, has introduced a new packaged targeted at newly-weds.

Called 'Eat, Drink and Be Married', the programme is designed to pamper guests following the stresses and excitement of their wedding day.

Costing £375 per couple, the package includes full use of the spas facilities, as well as a Mud Rasul Ritual for two, 60-minutes of personalised treatment time and the private use of the spa's balcony infinity pool for an hour.

Guests will be greeted with a complimentary glass of Buck's Fizz and will be able to access the spa between 9am and 5pm. Guests will also be able to choose from either a two-course brunch, lunch or afternoon tea in the spa's restaurant, Fusion.

Joanne Green, spa manager at The Spa at Ramside, said: "Weddings are wonderful but planning them can be incredibly stressful, so it's a great time to book a spa day and relax away from any distractions."

"The offer would make a fantastic wedding present for anyone searching for the perfect gift for their newly-wed loved ones."
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The Spa at Ramside launches 'Eat, Drink, Be Married' programme for newlyweds
BY Lauren Heath-Jones

The package includes a couples treatment, 60-minutes of personal treatment time and a two-course meal in the spa's restaurant

The package includes a couples treatment, 60-minutes of personal treatment time and a two-course meal in the spa's restaurant

The Spa at Ramside, at Ramside Hall Hotel, Golf & Spa in County Durham, UK, has introduced a new packaged targeted at newly-weds.

Called 'Eat, Drink and Be Married', the programme is designed to pamper guests following the stresses and excitement of their wedding day.

Costing £375 per couple, the package includes full use of the spas facilities, as well as a Mud Rasul Ritual for two, 60-minutes of personalised treatment time and the private use of the spa's balcony infinity pool for an hour.

Guests will be greeted with a complimentary glass of Buck's Fizz and will be able to access the spa between 9am and 5pm. Guests will also be able to choose from either a two-course brunch, lunch or afternoon tea in the spa's restaurant, Fusion.

Joanne Green, spa manager at The Spa at Ramside, said: "Weddings are wonderful but planning them can be incredibly stressful, so it's a great time to book a spa day and relax away from any distractions."

"The offer would make a fantastic wedding present for anyone searching for the perfect gift for their newly-wed loved ones."



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