Taking a bath in winter can be especially comforting and beneficial for your health. If you don’t have a bath at home why not join us on retreat this winter? All of the Deluxe Cabins feature both indoor and outdoor tubs with complementary epsom salts to improve sleep and promote relaxation and detoxification while on retreat.


Here are some advantages of bathing during the colder months:

  • Warmth and Comfort: A hot bath provides immediate warmth and comfort during chilly winter days. It helps to combat the cold and can make you feel cozy and relaxed.
  • Relieves Winter Aches and Pains: Winter weather can exacerbate muscle stiffness and joint pain. A warm bath can soothe sore muscles, reduce aches, and alleviate winter-related discomfort.
  • Boosts Circulation: Warm water promotes blood flow and can help improve circulation, which is particularly beneficial during the colder months when blood vessels tend to constrict to retain heat.
  • Skin Hydration: Cold, dry winter air can cause the skin to become dry and dehydrated. Soaking in a bath can help hydrate the skin and prevent it from becoming too dry and itchy.
  • Stress Relief: Winter can bring about added stress due to various factors like holiday preparations and weather-related challenges. A warm bath can serve as an excellent stress-relief tool, promoting relaxation and improving mood.
  • Better Sleep: Warm baths before bedtime can improve sleep quality during the winter months. The relaxation induced by the bath can help you fall asleep faster and stay asleep longer.
  • Respiratory Benefits: Inhaling steam from a warm bath can help alleviate congestion and respiratory discomfort associated with colds, flu, or seasonal allergies.
  • Enhanced Well-Being: Bathing can provide a sense of well-being and self-care, which is essential during the winter months when people may experience lower energy levels and motivation.


To maximise the benefits of bathing during winter, consider adding natural essential oils or Epsom salts to enhance relaxation and nourish the skin. Always remember to moisturise your skin after bathing, as the dry winter air can be particularly harsh on the skin.