Wednesday, August 29, 2012

       Guest accommodations at Grail Springs range from 'country' through to 'modern classical' and at the other end of the spectrum 'rustic' in one of the spa's recent innovations - eco-tabins.

       Located in a forest glade or with an open view of the horse paddock, eco-tabins are a combination of tent and cabin.  With a light and airy decor that comprises a spartan but comfortable interior with pure wool Hudson Bay blankets and handmade wooden furniture, these cabins will appeal to the guest wanting to experience simplicity with a dash of comfort.

       In the main building, for those who tend towards cosy, 'country' is where Laura Ashley reigns with dainty floral and striped wallpapers and large comfy Empire beds.  In a newer section of the building 'modern classical' is where luxury dominates with special pillows imported from Belgium on ornate four-poster beds, gothic windows with views of lake, stream, or garden, rich tapestries and walk-out balconies.  Bathrooms are fitted with luxurious tubs and rain showers.

More to follow on the Grail Springs Spa ...

Photos copyright Anne Gordon and Grail Springs Spa (bedroom)

Posted on Wednesday, 29th August, 2012