North Gulham Spa located at North Gulham House, Market Rasen LN7 6JF, UK

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Dave Turton

5 Google Rating

A hidden gem! Lovely animals and a pool+hot tub you can private hire too for £20/hour!

5/ 5

A hidden gem! Lovely animals and a pool+hot tub you can private hire too for £20/hour!

Peter Beard

5 Google Rating

Great location, stayed in the " glamping " accomodation which was superb, owners werer so friendly a

5/ 5

Great location, stayed in the " glamping " accomodation which was superb, owners werer so friendly and helpful, great value for money.

Julie Williams

5 Google Rating

Absolutely lovely. Everyone was nice to us. Beautiful scenery, quiet and peaceful. Tent was well sto

5/ 5

Absolutely lovely. Everyone was nice to us. Beautiful scenery, quiet and peaceful. Tent was well stocked with everything we would need. Bed was lovely and comfy. Did get a little cold in the tent through the night but easily remedied with an extra blanket or the hot water bottle provided. Pool and hot tub an absolute bonus, especially given we had them to ourselves (they have a time slot booking system), and included in the price! Will definitely come again, and already very much looking forward to it!

Tara Scarff

5 Google Rating

Excellent!!! Absolutely love this place!!! The spa is an amazing, getting the whole place to yoursel

5/ 5

Excellent!!! Absolutely love this place!!! The spa is an amazing, getting the whole place to yourself, you can’t beat it! I also like to use the bell tents for glamping nights too!!! Staff can’t do enough to help!!

Johnny Scott

5 Google Rating

Hired the swimming pool for £20 for 2 hours. Excellent value for money.

5/ 5

Hired the swimming pool for £20 for 2 hours. Excellent value for money.

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  • Sunday10:00 - 18:30
  • Monday10:00 - 20:30
  • Tuesday10:00 - 20:30
  • wednesday10:00 - 20:30
  • Thursday10:00 - 20:30
  • Friday10:00 - 20:30
  • Saturday10:00 - 18:30

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