Some of our lodges have the added luxury of their own hot tub and there is also a whirlpool spa in the swimming pool.
To make sure you enjoy your hot tub to the full, please read through these notes.
When you arrive at your lodge, your hot tub will have been filled with fresh water just for you and we will do our best to make sure it is heated to the perfect temperature, ready for you to lie back and relax.
Your hot tub will stay heated night and day, for the whole of your stay. If by any chance you are not quite happy with the temperature, just call Reception and we will be happy to sort it out for you.
You may like to know we use chlorine to sanitize the spa water. (If you would like a full list of chemicals used in your hot tub please ask at Reception.)
To make sure your bubbling hot tub stays in peak condition, our technician will check it several times a day, starting from around 10am. If you would kindly shower and remove any make up before using your hot tub, this will also help keep the water clear and sparkling.
Although bubbling hot tubs are one of the great pleasures of life, there are sometimes when sadly, you may need to check with a doctor that it is OK for you to use one.
If the answer is 'Yes' to any of these - please do check with a doctor that it will be safe for you to use your hot tub during your stay at Gwel an Mor Resort.
Here are a few common sense things to bear in mind, so that you will feel fabulous and invigorated after your hot tub:
Children do love hot tubs, but you do need to take extra special care, to keep them safe. Ideally, we recommend that children under 16 do not use the hot tub at your lodge at all.
This is because children often have skin that is far more sensitive to the chemicals in the hot tub water than adults. They can also sometimes get drowsy in the very warm water, and children are more likely to overheat than adults.
So, if you do decide to let your children use your hot tub, please make sure they are supervised by an adult at all times. It is also vital to check they drink a lot of fresh water, so they don't get dehydrated.
It goes without saying you should make sure your children don't try to dive or jump in! And we would suggest that around five minutes in the hot tub at a time is long enough for a child, to stay safe.
As our maintenance team will have prepared your bubbling hot tub for you before your arrival, remember you should not need to adjust any of the settings on the spa.
Pressing the buttons in sequence may change the setting of the hot tub possibly putting it into sleep or economy mode which may result in the maximum temperature being limited to a rather chilly 20oc. If you do this by mistake, don't worry - just call Reception and we will come and sort it out for you.