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After seeing the grounds of the Priory, I had an expectation that it would be a lovely country manor house - unfortunately, the spa is next door to the main hotel in a relatively new building which houses the gym and spa. Inside, you go through the gym reception into the spa which is quite nice. The seating area is quite nice - this is also where they serve afternoon tea. The afternoon tea was okay, not brilliant, though the scones were great. The treatment - 25min massage - was nice but considering the £99 for two cost, is way too short. The spa changing area is ridiculous - a tiny shower with a glass door in the changing area which can hardly fit more than two people, never mind that there are at least 10 lockers.
The rest is not worth it. The facilities are frankly not really deserving of a spa name. Its a gym. We went down to use the "hydrotherapy" pool - a whirlpool with gym members in it. A swim? Nope - was full of screaching children. We could have gone into the change rooms for a sauna but with them full of members, its not the spa experience I paid for. So, after travelling down to Redhill, taking a taxi to the hotel, we were gone within an hour since you just couldn't enjoy the place. Its not a spa day location - treatments yes, but pass on the rest.