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'Ultimate treats' packages launched to tantalise the senses

10th January 2013 Print
The Sun Inn

Guests at a luxurious five star Cumbrian inn are being offered the ultimate rest and rejuvenation break, complete with an array of tasty treats, pampering bathing delights and even blind perfume testing – all set against spectacular natural surroundings.

The 17th century Sun Inn in Kirkby Lonsdale, nestled between the Lake District and the Yorkshire Dales, has teamed up with the Bath House – a locally-based specialist in fragrances, bathing and natural skincare - to offer an extra special pampering experience to soothe away everyday stresses and light up the winter months.

Guest taking up the ‘Ultimate treats’ package will not only benefit from a two night stay in  stunning surroundings, with a plentiful supply of leisurely walks, but they’ll also be invited to the Bath House’s main base in nearby Sedbergh and be treated to:

Sampling all the Bath House fragrances, with information on each fragrance and a little history about perfume.

An exclusive ‘behind the scenes’ look at how the Bath House makes its products

A personal gift from the Bath House range, made with plant extracts, natural and organic ingredients.

Returning to the Sun Inn, guests can enjoy a scrumptious afternoon tea in front of a roaring log fire, including smoked salmon sandwiches,scones with cream and conserves, and home-baked cakes. For extra indulgence, there are mugs of soothing hot chocolate and an unlimited supply of tea and coffee.

The Ultimate Treats package also includes mouth-watering seasonal dinners in the AA rosette-rated restaurant, as well as full Cumbrian breakfasts on both mornings with award-winning sausages and bacon from the butcher next door but one.

Back in their rooms, guests can relax and rejuvenate their senses with a quick spritz of cologne or perfume from the Bath House, followed by a relaxing soak with bath salts lovingly presented in carefully crafted wooden bowls. Other thoughtful touches include fresh milk, delicious Cumbrian biscuits and fluffy bathrobes.

The ‘Ultimate treats’ break costs from £134 per person, based on two people sharing a double room and including two nights dinner, bed & breakfast and afternoon tea on arrival (Sunday - Thursday inclusive).

The Sun Inn, Kirkby Lonsdale is a five star 17th century inn and restaurant, just moments away from a view described by John Ruskin as “the loveliest in England”. Guests step under The Sun Inn’s ancient portico and into a low-ceilinged bar combining traditional character and charm with contemporary style and luxury. Awarded an AA rosette for its mouth-watering menus and gourmet breaks, owners Mark and Lucy Fuller pride themselves on sourcing local, seasonal produce wherever possible. Each of The Sun Inn’s 11 rooms are unique and boast handmade furniture alongside features such as stone walling, overhead beams and roaring log fires. Thoughtful touches include Cumbrian biscuits, indulgent Bath House toiletries, fluffy bathrobes and fresh milk. Well behaved dogs are also welcomed.

The Bath House has been making its own luxurious brand of bathing and bodycare at its mill in Sedbergh, Cumbria, since 1997. Their luxury fragrances, bathing and body care are all made with natural ingredients and plant extracts. With products for men and women, they appeal to anyone who appreciates a luxurious sensory treat.  The Bath House has shops in Kirkby Lonsdale, Sedbergh and Ambleside, as well as supplying prestigious retailers throughout the world.

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