Latest News & Events

Facials Are Back

We are delighted to welcome back our facials back to the Fletcher's Cottage treatment menu.

We can once again offer you our luxurious facial treatments following the latest easing of restrictions.

From the Essential Rose Facial to our Supreme Anti–Ageing Facial, we can help advise what type of treatment is best suited to your skin and needs.

To book your facial experience now email our team on or call 01620 897580

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Return Of The Rasul

We are delighted to announce we are able to re-open our Rasul Room. Enjoy our wonderful Rasul experience in your own private steam chamber where you exfoliate the skin before applying the smooth detoxifying mud to your body

A Rasul is a traditional Arabian cleansing ritual which will leave you feeling pure and calm and your skin beautifully exfoliated.

You and a friend or partner can enjoy this wonderful experience in your own private steam chamber where you exfoliate the skin before applying the smooth detoxifying mud to your body.

The experience is completed by one of our body scrubs infused with Geranium and Grapefruit or Lime and Lemongrass.

After the steam treatment, wash off the excess mud, apply some nourishing moisturiser and leave with silky smooth skin.

To make your visit even more special enjoy a glass of fizz on arrival, your own private changing area, use of our other thermal facilities and a personal relax space with access to our private walled garden to allow you to completely switch off and relax from the outside world.

Times available to book:

  • 11am to 1pm (arrival 10.30am)

  • 1.30pm to 3.30pm (arrival 1:15pm)

  • 4pm to 6pm (arrival 3.45pm)

For booking information please email or call 01620 897580.

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Thermal Facilities Re-Open

We are delighted to let you know our thermal facilities including the Steam Rooms and Sauna have now re-opened.

Due to the Government restrictions we currently have a maximum number of six people in the Sauna and three people in the Steam Room at one time.

We look forward to seeing you at the Spa soon so you can return to enjoy the facilities once again.

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Essentials Clinics

We are pleased to welcome the return of our weekly Essentials Clinics, brought to you every Thursday at Fletcher's Cottage Spa.

These sessions are specifically designed to enhance your sense of wellbeing

We will take care of all your essential beauty needs; be it waxing, lashes, manicures or pedicures.

Give your body some love with our premium luxurious brands OPI, YUMI Lashes and Sienna X Waxing.

For more information please visit this link, for booking information please email our Spa Team on or call 01620 897580

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Wellness Classes

Fletcher's Cottage is a haven to take time for yourself, to care for and be kind to yourself.

Our new wellness classes are the perfect way to restore some much needed calm after such a turbulent past year.

Discover our full range below, brought to you by some of the most respected practitioners in Scotland.

Weekly Classes:
Vinyasa Flow Yoga with Sally at Kinship Yoga - Every Monday at 10am starting on the 10th May
Yin Yoga with Sally at Kinship Yoga - Every Thursday at 10am starting on the 13th May

Fortnightly Classes:
Gong Meditation Relaxation With Jo McCoy - Every other Tuesday starting on the 18th May

Monthly Classes:
Yogic Gong Relaxation With Jo McCoy - Last Friday of the month at 5:30pm starting on the 28th May

If you are interested in booking, or would like more information on any of these classes please email or call 01620 897580

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Welcome Back

We are delighted to let you know Fletcher's Cottage Spa has now re-opened.

You can once again enjoy the same warm welcome and relaxing experience as ever.

After the most turbulent of year, it's the perfect time to treat yourself and your loved ones to a luxurious Spa treatment.

If you would like to make a booking, please contact our Team by email on or call 01620 897 580

The whole Fletcher's Cottage Team very much looking forward to welcoming you back.

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How to prevent 'Maskne'

Who would have thought this time last year that life would look quite like this, we have all had to make huge sacrifices this year with varying restrictions in place for our safety.

One such change to our daily way of life in our ‘new normal’ is face coverings. Shown as an essential in protecting others whilst in higher footfall public areas face coverings are undoubtedly here to stay for the foreseeable.

We all know though that regular use of face coverings can impact the beautiful glow of our skin, but it doesn’t have to be that way with a simple skin care regime.

Our expert team at Fletcher’s Cottage let you in to some of their secrets for glowing skin even whilst wear a face covering.

Choose The Right Mask

It's amazing to see the huge variety of face masks that people are wearing, with some equally eye-catching designs! One of the first steps in preventing maskne is choosing the right face mask. Try to go for cotton, silk or polyester-blend masks which will provide the perfect compromise between protection and breathability, minimising the damage to your skin.


First things first you should continue your morning and evening skin care routines and be sure to wash your face before and after wearing a mask. You’ll want to make sure to use facial cleansers that are gentle on the skin and removes dirt and oil without disrupting the skin barrier. We recommend Hydrating Renewing Rose Cleanser by Aromatherapy Associates, gentle and effective for wiping away impurities.

Another option is the Loves a Scrub by Voya. This super light & non-aggressive facial scrub contains a special blend of organic botanical herbs and seaweed extracts that work in harmony to both soothe and gently exfoliate the surface of the skin, enabling your serum and moisturiser to be easily absorbed. Your skin will look fresh and revitalised and feel soft and nourished.


When it comes to which moisturiser to pick its best to skip the oil-based varieties and stay away from heavy creams and ointments when wearing a mask, as these can clog pores and worsen acne. As an alternative, we recommend a light, calming, and soothing moisturiser such as the Black Rose Skin Infusion Cream from Sisley. It is rich in antioxidants, reduces excess oil and improves uneven skin tone.

An alternative you could try is the Get Glowing Mask by Voya. This award-winning mineral rich mask that will illuminate dull and lifeless skin while deep cleansing and drawing out impurities.

Take Care of Your Lips

Nobody likes that feeling of having chapped lips, but this can be another drawback of excessive use of a face covering. Avoid this by using the Soothe and Nourish Lip Balm from Made For Life which will protect you from dryness. This sumptuous lip balm works on three levels; coconut oil softens and moisturises, cinnamon leaf plumps and beeswax provides a protective barrier. Apply the product before you wear your mask as well as before you go to bed.

Wash Your Masks

If you are wearing a reusable mask, then we advise you to wash it after every use. Using a dirty mask will not only create skin issues but also increase the chances of catching an infection. If using a washing machine include your mask in the regular laundry, use regular detergent and the warmest appropriate water setting for the cloth and finally lay flat and let dry completely, or dry on the highest heat setting and you are ready to go again.

Want to know more? Come along to the Retail Space at Fletcher's Cottage and get some expert advice from our team to find the best product to match your circumstances or email

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Lavender Love

We are sure you are missing our beautiful and peaceful Spa walled garden. One of the our favourite sights is the swathes of iconic lavender blooming at this time of year.

Growing your own lavender at home can be so rewarding; it's pretty, fragrant and attracts plenty of wildlife. With the right conditions, this perennial will thrive in your garden for many years, filling it with gorgeous scent and bright colour.

Lavender makes an excellent companion plant for other herbaceous perennials such as thyme, rosemary, and sage. Most English varieties are hardy and will cope with hard frosts, and can be grown in containers – perfect for patios and small spaces.

The lavender blossoms can be harvested for a variety of uses, from infused oils, helping you sleep at night or bath salts. It can even be added to herbal teas or used to infuse your infused vinegar.

Why not try yourself until you return to the Spa Garden!

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