What a great way to start our holiday enroute to Yorkshire.
Claire wanted to extend our break away and at the same time breaking up the journey and suggested we visit the Naturist Spa in Birmingham.
It’s been a place I’ve always wanted to visit, and was great that Claire suggested it.
We booked the Ultimate Spa package which gave you full use of the facilities from 10am to 10pm, and 90 minutes of treatments.
The venue has a steam room, sauna, plunge pool, hot beds and an outside hot tub. The hot tub is very big and you can probably fit in 10 people!
The day we went it was ladies and couples weekend only, which was great, no single males allowed. Outside the garden has plenty of sun loungers, it’s a pity it wasn’t overly sunny when we visited. The gardens are not overlooked and are very well kept and picturesque.
For my 90 minute treatment I opted for a full body scrub followed by a Swedish massage. I must say I did feel very relaxed and felt myself wanting to drift off.
It’s a pity the hotel accommodation was full as we could have come and gone from our room all day. We did however find a Travelodge up the road.
We will definitely be coming back here again, maybe the next time we travel en route to destinations in the north.
May time is the best time to get out and about and view the woods in all its glory. The Forest floor comes alive in a sea of blue as the bluebells breakthrough and add a bit of colour to what would normally be a sea of broken twigs, branches and leaves.
We’re lucky that we have a private wood nearby where I can strip off and be at one with nature, without the threat of somebody coming along and taking offence.
It really is a sight to behold. Why don’t you do it too? Be at one with nature and embrace the beauty that is all around.
What do you do when it snows? You build a naked snowman of course, or build a snowman naked.
And when you’ve done that you do a naked snow angel.
I must say even though it’s only just above freezing, it’s very invigorating getting out there and enjoying the weather au naturel. You don’t feel the cold, although you might show it, if you know what I mean.
What’s stopping you from doing it? It’s liberating!!
Well 2020 was certainly a year to forget and fast forward through. So many plans and trips were cancelled because of Covid and even now at the end of 2020 it is still disrupting our lives.
We managed a few trips away in 2020, and a couple of firsts. We got to visit Studland beach for the first time in July, and thoroughly enjoyed that. We were also lucky to visit Acorns Naturist Retreat in North Devon and will definitely be back to visit again in 2021.
Here’s to a much better 2021 and more opportunities to fully embrace the naturist lifestyle. Looking forward to sharing our naturist life with you guys in 2021!! #normalizingnaturism