Join us and celebrate the 20th Anniversary of Eden Hall Day Spa with our most decadent spa experience to date…
Showcasing an indulgent two-hour treatment designed by Elemis, a glass of chilled Veuve Clicquot Champagne to toast our huge milestone, a delicious three course lunch, plus access to our expansive spa and fitness facilities from 9.00am - 6.00pm, our 'Age of Eden Spa Experience' is the very definition of luxury.
Join in our three-month long celebrations by booking your limited-edition spa escape today, available during April, May and June.
History of the Hall - Originally known as Middleton House, Eden Hall was completed in 1875 and was built for Robert Middleton Esquire, a student under Reverend Henry Leonard Adams, Minister of the Newark Congregational Church.
The finished property contained a large Chapel, which occupied almost the whole central portion of the building, featuring a sizeable pulpit and organ with gilt pipes. The two galleries on the ground floor, used primarily for baptisms, could hold over 200 people, and showcased superior furniture from the late Emperor Napoleon III.
Sadly, during World War II, the conservatory at Middleton House was destroyed, following the accidental release of a bomb from a Lancaster bomber as it started it's operational mission.
Why not find out more about the history of Eden Hall here.