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Give Mum the gift of Health & Wellbeing this Mother’s Day

April 30, 2014 Spa & Wellness No Comments Email Email

Mums are on call 24/7; they wipe bottoms and noses, mend hems and hearts and cook, clean, comfort and nurture without abate or complaint.

Mum deserves to be spoilt right? So what better way to treat your Mum than with a gift that could also change her life?

The Golden Door Health Retreat & Spa, Elysia in the stunning Hunter Valley is just the place for deserving Mums. They can relax & rejuvenate while being treated at the spa, enjoy someone else cooking all their delicious and nutritious meals, and do as much or as little as they like whilst being inspired by acclaimed health and wellness experts who are on hand to help them balance and reconnect with the heart, body and soul that is otherwise known as “Mum”.

For a limited time, book Mum a 5-night Optimal Wellness Program stay and receive 2 extra nights FREE, normally priced from $3,605, this special rate for 7 nights is priced from $2750 per person twin-share*. Twin Share gives Mum the option of inviting a friend, or perhaps you could join her and make this Mother’s Day gift one you can both cherish?

This limited Mother’s Day package includes luxury villa accommodation, nutritious meals, seminars, full use of facilities, selected spa treatments or wellness consultations and a diverse range of fitness, health and relaxation activities.

To book, call 1800 212 011 or email

*Terms and conditions apply, see website for details. Subject to availability, not to be used in conjunction with any other offer and valid for travel from and inclusive of May 4th to July 27th, 2014.

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