Spa Hotel, Days & Breaks near Bury St Edmunds

Relax in our luxurious 5 star hotel based in the heart of Suffolk, close to Bury St Edmunds. Designed with pure calm and relaxation in mind, our spa offers impressive facilities for you to enjoy and pamper yourself!

Popular features at our spa include our stunning rooftop hot tub, the ideal place to relax with a friend or loved one, which is available year round! Our hydrotherapy pool is another popular facility, with five unique water experiences, and water jets which can soothe any tight muscles in your back, neck and shoulder areas.

As well as a popular water experiences, we also have a rasul for cleansing mud treatments! With a private steam room, you can use this either on your own or with a friend and partner to apply a selection of body muds to detox your body.

Once you’ve cleaned your body down from the muds, why not warm up in our thermal area of the spa? With a Hamman table, sauna and steam room there are plenty of areas to relax. We also have a decadent relaxation room for pure calm, this chilled area offers soft lighting, music and blankets to allow you to kick back and drift away.

There are various spa days, breaks and packages available at our Suffolk based spa, offering the perfect escape from the stress of everyday life!

From our luxury champagne spa day to our popular relaxation days and spa days for two, there’s an experience for everyone!

Why not turn a day into a weekend? Our spa days and breaks are the perfect way to unwind but a weekend will give you that little extra peace and calm! Our spa boasts a four star hotel with chic rooms, king-size beds and complimentary access to our fitness centre.

We also have a two AA rosette restaurant with an eclectic menu and extensive wine list. Or for a more casual setting, there’s also our Roxana bar for a light bite.

View our full range of spa treatments and hotel breaks near Bury St Edmunds.


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Frequently Asked Questions

What is the average travel time to your Spa?
Bury St Edmunds is just a short 20 minute journey from The Spa whether you are travelling by car or train.

What is the best route by car?
The best route to travel by car from Bury St Edmunds is on the A14 taking you off at Kentford onto the B1506. You will find The Spa on the right hand side along the Bury Road, details can be found here. We have plenty of free onsite car parking for Spa guests.

Is there any public transport available to the Spa?
We have a good rail connection from Bury St Edmunds to Newmarket train station with trains arriving every hour with a 20 minute journey time. The Spa is just a 10 minute taxi ride from the station. We also have a regular bus service with a journey time of approx. 48 minutes running between a 1 hour and 2 hour service throughout the day.

Will you book taxis or chauffeured limousines for us if requested?
Our reception team would be pleased to assist with booking taxis for any in house guests during their stay/visit. Anything more specialist such as limousines would need to be arrange by the guest themselves.

I am part of a group travelling from Bury St Edmunds, are parties of guests welcome at the Spa?
We can accommodate groups of up to 6 guests in The Spa.

What is the maximum number of people who can book the Spa at one time?
We accept bookings of 6 guests at one time.

Are discounts available for party bookings?
We offer a group discount on some of our spa days; Coffee, Chat & Chill and Fizz with Friends

What are the most popular treatments available?
ESPA TIME is very popular. This is personalised to each guest following a consultation with one of our Spa therapists and means you get the most from your treatment time.

Is there likely to be room availability if we decide to stay for the night?
We recommend booking a room in advance to avoid disappointment, the hotel can get very busy, especially at weekends. Bedford Lodge Hotel & Spa has 80 luxury bedrooms which are the perfect add on to really relax and unwind. We offer a range of Spa Breaks which include an overnight stay.

Is there a dress code for the Spa and Hotel?