Imagine waking up to the sound of the waves crashing against the shore in the bed and breakfast you are staying in, in the beautiful seaside resort of Cornwall, with the view of the cerulean sea as the first vivid image you can see with your eyes. So if you are looking for the best ways to pamper yourself miles away from the toxicity of the urban jungles, here are some southwest seaside destinations worth visiting.
Yoga on the beach, Bournemouth
Just two hours away from London via the M3 or an hour and a half via Southwest Trains, Bournemouth is the perfect getaway for beach lovers. Aside from its pristine beaches stretching across miles, calm and cool waters, and the magnificent view of the sunset, one activity that makes weekend tourists flock to the said coastal town is to partake in yoga on the beach. Organised by Surf Steps School, yogis can help meditate and recollect your thoughts at the seaside after a week of stressful work and cumbersome activities. Interested people can choose between early, midday, or evening sessions, with the hum of the coastal winds and the gentle splash of waves echoing your mantra towards Nirvana. For just £5 (mats included) you can join this mass search for inner peace.
Cary Arms, Babbacombe
While Bournemouth is just two hours away from the capital, this four-hour drive further southwest to the luxurious Cary Arms in Babbacombe is definitely worth every minute spent on the road. Treat yourself with a touch of Parisian spa, exclusively offered by Yon-Ka as their specialist spa brand. You can avail with their different spa treatments such as deep hydration, anti ageing, deep pore cleansing, and other rejuvenating offers – all while enjoying the calm caress of the seaside winds. This is the perfect destination for many occasions, whether you’re going away on a spa weekend or spending quality time with your family.
Knoll House, Studland
There are many hotels and spas claiming to be family-friendly, but Knoll House stands out from other establishments. Situated on the edge of the famous Jurassic Coast, Knoll House visitors will not run out of things to do, especially the children. Aside from their usual amenities such as their spa rooms, visitors can enjoy physical activities such as tennis, swimming and golfing. Take a dip or just walk on the famous white sand beach of Studland, or explore the rest of the wonders of the Jurassic Coast, a UNESCO World Heritage Site.
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