Tuesday, 21 June 2016

Wyboston Lakes Hotel

Wyboston Lakes Hotel

We live in a busy age where it can be hard or impossible to get down time away from the hustle and bustle of the working life. Sometimes it feels like we live to work rather than working to live, and that is not how life should be. It's important to try and find that balance where you are able to enjoy the fruits of your labour. 

Before I started working on my blog full time, I tried my hand at working in public relations. I didn't take lunch breaks, I gave much more than I took or was even offered and I found myself feeling stressed, really stressed. I loved the job role but I wasn't enjoying it the way that I should, I felt the tasks building up the pressure and I knew that sooner or later something was going to snap. So when the position burnt out, I decided that I wasn't going to rush into anything else, and I gave my little bit of cyber space a chance to help me pay the bills. 

It's been 10 months since that change happened, and although I am not made of money, the bills get paid and I am enjoying life at a much more relaxed pace. I get to be here for Leo, I don't require childcare and I get the opportunity to head out and enjoy leisure activities that before were unheard of for me. 

One of these places happens to be the beautiful Wyboston Lakes Hotel, based in a very handy location and not a million miles away from me with Cambridge and Milton Keynes within close proximity. They have a great selection of things to do that will suit every member of the family, for me it has to be the wonderful spa, but for the other half it has to be the golf, it's not often you find a destination that has things for both of us to enjoy doing while the other is wrapped up in the activity of their choosing.

Wyboston Lakes Hotel Y Spa

The Y Spa is a new spa that has been created especially for Wyboston Lakes Hotel and it's absolutely stunning to look at. It welcomes day guests, overnight guests and of course business delegates. The spa is hosted by fully trained therapists from all over the country and the offer the latest in holistic and beauty therapy ensuring guests with the most relaxing and rewarding experiences,  

They have a number of different special offers that run, so make sure to check out the Special Offers before booking to see if there's anything going on that might interest you!

If the spa wasn't enough to make you want to call up work and book a few days holiday... Then wait until you hear all about the incredible home cooked food that is on offer at the Waterfront Restaurant and Grill. Food is a topic that speaks straight to my heart, and I have to meticulously scour the menu before ordering so that I know I have made the right food decisions. There is nothing worse than ordering and then discovering that the person on the opposite table has the dish you would have ordered and that it looks ten times better than what you have actually decided upon. 

The menu features traditional English dishes and also incorporates modern European classics, with tantalizing dishes with views over looking the south lake, the restaurant boats a warm and friendly atmosphere. 

Wyboston Lakes Hotel Golf Course

It's a great way to unwind after a day relaxing in the Y Spa or hitting up the golf course that has an impressive 18 hole par 70 course within it's grounds. It's set in 350 acres of countryside alongside the banks of the River Great Ouse and really is the perfect place to let your hair down and enjoy some free time. 

The Wyboston Lakes Hotel certainly ticks all of my boxes when I travel, and I am just looking for an excuse to book up now. 

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