Never underestimate the power of rest and relaxation when you're pregnant. Whether you're on your first or you've practically churned out a football team, a babymoon can take you from feeling frantic and frazzled, to practically fabulous.
Your pre-baby break will allow you to enjoy several indulgences you can generally kiss goodbye to during the first few months of their life: a decent massage, a meal in peace, the chance to relax on your own terms, and gorgeous food you don't have to share with tiny hands. If you're ready to embark on your first babymoon experience, we have a few suggestions up our sleeves.
Waldorf Astoria Spa in Edinburgh
As the UK's first Guerlain spa, the Waldorf Astoria in Edinburgh provides specialist pre-natal massages, a swimming pool that stays open well into the evening, and hotel rooms that are enviably luxurious. The onsite brasserie by the Galvin Brothers will allow you to stay within the hotel's grounds and indulge unless you fancy exploring your surroundings of course.
Cowley Manor Babymoon in the Cotswolds
Cowley Manor draws on the abundance of natural resources surrounding the hotel, throws it together with some herbs, and creates a relaxing spa environment befitting of any and every pregnant woman. The spa's pregnancy massages make the most of the Mama Mio skincare range, allowing you to soothe the skin that's accommodating your growing bump.
Armathwaite Hall Babymoon in the Lake District
If you're looking for a spa that's brimming with effortless countryside chic, Armathwaite Hall will deliver the goods. Their two-night precious moments babymoon spa break includes a full Cumbrian breakfast and dinner at a lakeside restaurant, allowing you to immerse yourself in the nearby heavenly surroundings.
Titanic Spa Pregnancy Treatments in Huddersfield
Few spas offer the array of treatments available at the Titanic Spa. Each one is tailored towards mums to be, allowing you to remain assured that they're suitable for your pregnancy. There are twenty-three facials to choose from, so behave like a kid in a sweet shop and pick the best one for you.