Individual appointments can be made with Sarah Key while she's at the hotel. Patients who have seen Sarah in the past can come back to Hotel Tresanton for Back-Top-Ups.
At dawn, Falmouth Bay is like a mill pond, sometimes!
The understated elegance of Tresanton. (Remember, it's not for nothing Conde Nast keeps voting it the best boutique hotel in England.)
Read more in this extract from an article by physiotherapist Daniel Lawrence about Sarah Key's unique back pain retreat in the UK:
met Sarah at the exclusive Tresanton Hotel in the historic harbour town
of St. Mawes. Sarah was nearing the end of her ‘Back-in-Week’
residential course for back pain sufferers. A small group of people had
travelled from across the country to spend a relaxing week receiving
treatment, attending classes and enjoying excellent hotel service.
a well-travelled Australian, Sarah chose Tresanton as her destination
of choice because she believes it is 'the best hotel in England'. As
one of the most famous hotels in the southwest Tresanton’s Mediterranean
garden terrace offers picturesque views of Falmouth Bay, St. Anthony’s
lighthouse and the surrounding countryside. Perhaps two of the most
unique features are the private yacht for hire and the valet parking
when you arrive and I’m sure they would arrange a red carpet if you
really wanted to push the boat out. Next to the Tresanton sits a
beautiful and historic castle, although its undeniably small size the
castle is perfectly formed and standing strong on the headland since it
was commissioned by King Henry VIII in 1538 as a response to Spanish and
French invasion attempts in Falmouth Bay. Built as a sea defence castle
the fortress was embarrassingly inept at land defence and its
inhabitants had to surrender during the civil war in 1646. The castle
now attracts tourists from across the country and serves as a popular
wedding venue for those who don’t mind its association with Henry the
While at Tresanton to have your back fixed, you're also on a seaside holiday; a holiday to remember
The hotel yacht, Pinuccia, is moored in the bay
Arranging this interview involved many exchanges withSarah’s staff and until the day of the arranged meeting I had not
directly communicated with Sarah. Far from being self important, Sarah
is undoubtedly one of the most charming, insightful and inspiring people
I have met. After a lifetime of learning and developing her methods I
hope she is able expand her teachings as far and wide as possible and to
leave a positive stamp on the chronicles of back pain."
The dining room at Hotel Tresanton is the nearest thing to being on an ocean liner, except much nicer!
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