Pack a bag. We’re outta here!
There aren’t many things that warrant a holiday, but pregnancy is definitely at the top of the list. You’re stressed, exhausted and the baby isn’t even here yet! What better way to prepare for the little one’s arrival than a relaxing break away from it all? That’s why we’ve come up with five great babymoon destinations for you to check out. Just don’t forget to pack your Anti Stretch Mark Pack!
Ellenborough Park, Cheltenham, Cotswolds
Head to the Cotswolds for some R&R at this gorgeous boutique hotel. With 61 rooms and suites, you’ll soon begin to get a taste for the country. The best thing about this hotel – besides the fluffy gowns and slippers – is the spa! Choose from two pregnancy treatments; a 55-minute pre- or post-natal full body massage (from £75) or an hour-long pregnancy exfoliation and massage treatment (from £125).
K West & Spa Hotel, Shepherd’s Bush, London
The former offices and recording studios of the BBC are now a site for 219 gorgeous rooms. Gorgeous after a recent makeover of a fresh lick of paint, sumptuous new bedding and a modern look. The hotel also offers a prenatal 45-minute massage “carefully designed to aid relaxation” for expectant mums.
Center Hotel Arnarhvoll, Reykjavik, Iceland
Right by the shore, this hotel is conveniently close to the capital’s main shopping street as well as entertainment spots including the Harpa Reykjavik Concert Hall. Plus, you can’t visit Iceland without seeing the northern lights.
CastaDiva Resort And Spa, Lake Como, Italy
This is a combination of private villas and one bellahotel, all overlooking a stunning lake. Cure your cravings with the help of 2 Michelin-star chef Gennaro Esposito. Then relax with some gorgeous pregnancy treatments, including the Ultimate Rose Pregnancy Massage.
Fistral Beach Hotel & Spa, Newquay, Cornwall
Enjoy some four-star living at this lovely hotel overlooking a breathtaking beach. The spa hotel also benefits from nine treatment rooms. Specialist body treatments include three pre-natal massages (from £49).