I am lucky enough to be staying in one of the five spa rooms--it has two seating areas, fine Frette linens, and a bathroom fit for a queen. The room offers every comfort--sophisticated antiques, fresh flowers, heated bathroom floors, a soaking tub, a huge shower, and luxury toiletries.
The inn has 30 other rooms, including cottages with one, two, and three bedrooms. Plus, on the hillside above the gorgeous swimming pool, the Old Edwards Lodge and Conference Center sports another 29 rooms and suites with similar decor but with outside entries, suitable for a business traveler.
The New Spa
The Old Edwards Spa is gorgeous and intimate. An oval room leads to the treatment areas, and multiple relaxation rooms (inside and on terraces) invite soothing quiet. Chandeliers, heated limestone floors, fireplaces, and soft chairs and sofas create a treat for the senses. The Journey to Bliss facial is one of the best I’ve had anywhere.
Mostly, I want to spend hours in my favorite spot--the Nap Room. A curtained daybed, a cup of tea, and a scented and heated neck pillow turn this space into a slice of heaven.