Jessica Baldwin

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There's no doubt about it, having a baby is the most amazing experience of any woman's life. But let's be honest, the nine months leading up to it are peppered with aching backs, troublesome skin, swollen ankles and stress. It is at this time that your really need some TLC yet it can be hard to know where to start; which oils are okay to use during pregnancy and how can you possibly have a massage when you can't get even get comfortable? Fear not, here's my guide to the ten best pre-natal treatments in the UK right now…
The Vineyard

As a mother-to-be the wine infused Vineyard is probably the last place on your list right now, however, as well as stocking 23,000 bottles of premium plonk this elegant ex hunting lodge hides a wonderful spa. The comprehensive Pre-Natal Treatment uses pink clay mud and Calendula oil to help tone up your body when exercise is out of the question.

Ashdown Park Hotel & Country Club

Deep within the deer-filled woodland that inspired Winnie the Pooh stands Ashdown Park. The grand hotel is home to a fantastic spa with a host of pregnancy friendly treatments on offer. During pregnancy many aromatherapy oils are avoided, however Ashdown's special ‘Mother to Be' experience safely combines feminine geranium with uplifting pink grapefruit to nourish skin and revive energy.

Bailiffscourt Hotel & Spa

Strolling through Bailfiffscourt's narrow passages and walkways is like stepping back in time. Just minutes from un-spoilt Climping beach its windows look out over rose-clad courtyards and acres of parkland. Amongst the moats and meadows is the spa, set in a stunning barn conversion with elegant French windows and timber beams. Their New Beginnings massage takes place on their Mediterranean floatation bed, enabling tired backs to relax and unwind.

Hartwell House Hotel, Restaurant & Spa

Over the last thousand years Hartwell House has played home to a bevy of colourful characters from French royalty to Edward the Confessor. As a result it's been everything from an observatory and museum to French court. Today it's a hotel and spa and is the ideal place for perfect pieds, so let them makeover those neglected with a much needed pedicure.

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