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The spa with a heart.

WITH Christmas on the way, it's time to think about gifts for your loved ones. For a real slice of luxury, treat your partner, family or friend to a pampering treatment or gift voucher from Huddersfield's Alexandra House Holistic Health and Well-Being Spa. The spa in Murray Road, Edgerton, has a host of relaxing treatments to choose from and can tailor make gift vouchers for any price or for a particular pamper session. Maxine Stead, who runs Alexandra House, said: "A voucher for a treatment makes a really lovely gift which will be greatly appreciated and can be used in the New Year as a real winter boost. It is a really personal gift for a great relaxing pampering treat. "People often buy these for partners, friends, mums or for grandparents as a thank you for all they have done during the past year.'' In the run-up to Christmas, why not organise a pampering session for a group of friends as a real luxury alternative to a festive party? Pick a time to relax and get away from the mayhem of the Christmas season.

This year Alexandra House will be open on the days between Christmas and New Year and then back to normal business on Wednesday January 2. Maxine and her staff have also started offering pregnancy massage treatments so book in for a touch of relaxation if you are having a baby.

In the run-up to Christmas, Alexandra House has two restoring pamper packages on offer to help you cope with the stress of the festive season. Why not try the pampering Winter Bliss package, which offers two 30-minute treatments, and costs PS55? If you really want to treat yourself before Christmas, why not book in for the Hot Stone Winter Heaven package for PS119. This includes a full body hot stone massage, facial, pamper package and lunch and is guaranteed to invigorate and restore you.

Let Alexandra House - the spa with a heart - restore your drive and vigour this festive season.

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Publication:Huddersfield Daily Examiner (Huddersfield, England)
Date:Nov 13, 2012
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