Published on 20 Jan 2017 by Gwion Llwyd

For 2017, here at Dioni, we have introduced the option of having spa treatments whilst staying at some of our holiday cottages…

My Personal Sancturay bring spa quality treatments directly to your holiday cottage, offering tailor-made treatment packages for individuals, couples and groups of all ages.

Forget about having to move a muscle; everything is bought to the property and set up in as designated room. Soft candle light, heated treatment beds, thick fluffy towels and scented candles transport you to a day spa in the comfort of your own room.

The treatments themselves have been carefully designed to maximise relaxation and personal fulfillment and the use of Neal’s Yard Remedies Organic products which are suitable for all skin types, smell beautiful and feel incredible.

Between us in the Dioni team, we were treated to a hot stone massage, facial, manicure and pedicure. The quality of the treatments, the set up of the room and the overall service really did make me feel as if I was in a spa, not a sitting room and my hot stone massage was quite honestly one of the best I have ever had.

Whatever the occassion; whether it’s an anniversary, romantic escape, birthday celebration, or girly get together, this will certainly put the cherry on the top of your holiday!

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