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Getting into Hygge (pronounced Hoogah) - at Spa Living, we call it getting cosy!

Cosy Hygge Lanterns

The Danish are the masters of creating a warm an cosy atmosphere. They have long hard winters and Hygge is all about making the most of the dark nights and creating a comforting and welcoming place to relax in. This fits so well with the philosophy behind SPAshell as we love to create a warm cosy place for our guests. Each SPAshell uses lots of natural materials like wood and lamps artfully positioned to create soothing pools of light. A midweek SPA break at Fishmore Hall starts at £325 for 2 people. 

With so many cold, dark, days, the simple act of a candle glowing with a cup of coffee in the morning or an evening meal can make a huge difference to one’s spirit. It’s an act that’s also enjoyed – and perhaps that’s what hygge really is. Acknowledging the moment instead of drudging through it.
SPAshell at Fishmore Hall Hotel





At SPAshell, you will discover plenty more ways to create your own sense of 'hygge'.

Cosy Quilts from Spa Living Snuggle into a luxuriously soft down quilt, which are used to wrap around you after a treatment at SPAshell. These quilts are the perfect gift for creating a cosy night in on the sofa. The quilts are made with the softest fibres designed for their superior warmth and softness. £175.00. 


The Danish are masters at using candles and lights are used to make spaces feel relaxed and warm, and you will see a lot of low-slung dining-room table lamps in Danish homes. The light can be very flattering: bathed in the warm peachy glow of candlelight or hygge lamps, cheekbones are accentuated and eye-bags imperceptible, making everyone look “grotto-fabulous”. Create your own flattering hygge space with these gorgeous Verdigris Lanterns. The large lantern is £59.95 and the small lantern is £19.95

Verdigris Lantern from Spa Living















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