Granary Spa keeps going from strength to strength
Two years after opening its doors, the Granary Spa is thriving and growing.
Owner Clare Singleton had spent eight years working at The Stour Leisure Centre in Ashford before taking a huge risk of rebranding and relocating her business to Great Chart.
Clare said: “We started with just myself, our spa manager Sharleen Lind and a part-timer. We have now grown to a team of 11 and are open seven days a week.
“We have grown our treatment menu during this time, but still stick to our holistic approach.
“We have recently introduced a few new treatments and these include the herbal steam infusion body treatment, a hamam ritual (bubble massage) and an organic body scrub.”
The Granary will be supporting National Spa Week, which runs from November 3 to 7, with 20% off the cost of a lava shell body massage and customers who bring a friend to the spa who hasn’t been before can both get £10 off any 55-minute treatment. On November 5, which is National Stress Awareness Day, the Granary will be hosting a visit by Irene Tutt who will be giving ideas on stress busting from 6pm to 8pm for a £5 donation, which will be given to the charity Macmillan.
The spa is also organising a raffle in aid of the charity, with tickets priced £1 on sale until November 7, with two pamper mornings worth £130 on offer as prizes.
KE advertising executive Sharon Harding, who sampled the Granary’s new herbal steam infusion body treatment, described it as “amazing”.
For more information visit www.thegranaryspa.co.uk