James Allison and his partner, Rebecca, the owners of The Coach House at Middleton Lodge, have announced that Selena Blain from Cocoon in Darlington will be the collaborative partner of the soon-to-launch treatment rooms, based in the boutique hotel and restaurant.
Following its successful opening in October 2014, The Coach House, based in North Yorkshire, announced earlier this year that it will be opening two treatment rooms and was in search of an established beauty and wellness expert to run the brand new facility, which will be available for people to use from across the region, as well as guests to Middleton Lodge.
After a lengthy process, Selena at Cocoon was chosen to collaborate with the Georgian country estate to launch The Treatment Rooms at Middleton Lodge. With more than ten years’ experience in the beauty therapy industry, she will lead a team of therapists, who will be providing holistic and natural treatments for all its guests.
Rebecca comments: “With 26 bedrooms available across the estate now, and more to come soon, The Treatment Rooms at Middleton Lodge provides our guests with the next logical step in our offering.
“Since we announced our plans, we’ve had a lot of interest from potential partners. We were looking for someone who would be able to take our concept, run with it and make it work successfully. Selena and her team are a great fit and understand in-depth what we’re trying to achieve. Their knowledge, expertise and professionalism will be the perfect addition to The Coach House.”
The Treatment Rooms at Middleton Lodge will be an exclusive supplier of REN Skincare. Based in the UK, REN provides customers with natural, pure and healthier treatments to create beautiful skin that looks younger for longer.
The treatment rooms will also offer guests the chance to try out treatments from Voya, a completely organic natural Irish seaweed product. Voya is a relatively new beauty product with only a few carefully selected spas and treatment rooms across the UK providing exclusive treatments. All the Voya products selected for the Treatment Rooms, along with the packaging, can even be used on The Coach House’s soon to launch Kitchen Gardens, as they are completely biodegradable.
The Treatment Rooms are planned to open for June 2015 and will include two separate treatment rooms, two shower rooms and a dedicated area for pedicures and manicures, relaxation lounge and outside seating area.
Pictured above: Rebecca Tappin (left) and James Allison (centre) from The Coach House at Middleton Lodge, with Selena Blain (right) from Cocoon
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