Just for grown ups
Holidays at Clydey are focussed on the family and children, but we haven’t forgotten that adults, parents, grandparents etc., are people in their own right and deserve relaxing and enjoyable holidays too.
Holidays may be different once children come along but that doesn’t mean you can’t enjoy yourselves or relax. Here’s how…
Child-Free Swimming: We do ask children to swim between the hours of 8am – 8pm. That means that if anyone wants a child-free swim, an early morning swim before 8am (with the sun streaming through the terrace windows) or an evening swim after 8pm, will be just that – child free.
Hot tubs: We have 3 hot-tubs at Clydey which are for over 12’s only, due to the health risks to children. Whilst the indoor one is on the pool side, the outdoor tub has spectacular views and even at night, a clear cloudless night means star-gazing, whilst relaxing in the hot, bubbling water is a real treat.
Clydey Spa: Our Clydey Spa has been offering beauty and holistic treatments for a few years now but NEW for 2016 are our Decleor treatments. Superb facials and body treatments to relax the soul, body and mind at times to suit you. Evening appointments are also available when little ones are tucked up in bed and parents really can relax. Advance booking is advisable.
Me-Time: Our complimentary Children’s Club is an ideal time when parents can remember who they really are and not just ‘Mummy’ or ‘Daddy’. Whilst children are entertained and kept busy by qualified friendly staff, parents and grandparents alike can enjoy some adult time in the pool, Spa, hot tubs or sauna, or have an afternoon off-site taking in a late lunch or enjoying that coastal walk that perhaps is too demanding for little ones. We can even arrange baby-sitters for you if you wish to venture out for a night out ‘sans enfant’.
Ultimate Entertaining Luxury: If you don’t fancy venturing out, why not treat yourselves to a luxury COOK meal from our freezers, a bottle of wine or fizz from the on-site shop or arrange for a chef to come to your cottage and cook for you?