The £850,000 makeover sees the group unveil the brand-new Coast Spa – a destination spa believed to rival some of the best in Scotland.

As well as an upgraded hydro experience offering guests the opportunity for an invigorating swim, a relaxing dip in the indoor or outdoor hot tubs, or steam and sauna against the backdrop of the Moray Firth, Coast Spa will boast Scotland’s first Kurland-Steinbad Stone Bath – often known as a ‘volcano sauna’.


The unique heat experience, which sees a 400⁰c stone immersed in ice-cold water to create a burst of steam and mild room temperature, releases minerals with many health promoting effects including strengthening of the immune system, relaxation of the muscles and promotion of a healthy cardiovascular system.


The Stone Bath will sit alongside a brand-new Himalayan Salt Therapy Room, which offers a plethora of calming and detoxifying benefits to support the immune system, increase energy levels and reduce stress – giving guests the chance to refocus and clear the mind.




A full range of spa treatments using innovative, organic seaweed skincare products from renowned Scottish brand, ishga, is also available, with treatment room capacity doubled as a result of the extensive investment.


Coast Spa Manager, Kate Paterson, said: “We’re absolutely thrilled to be unveiling what is a truly outstanding new spa proposition to Golf View Hotel & Spa.


“Coast Spa brings a whole new dimension, creating a real destination spa in the north of Scotland that offers the highest standard of treatments and facilities. We believe it can rival some of the best destination spas in the country, and really elevates the offering at Golf View Hotel & Spa.


“With a luxurious new spa that reflects the breath-taking coastal surroundings and Crerar Hotels’ signature authentic Scottish hospitality, it creates an entire experience for our guests – which is particularly important when it comes to attracting international tourists, as well as domestic travellers, to Scotland.”


‘Coast’ will continue to develop into the summer with the addition of the ‘Beach Hut’ – a private spa experience located close to the beach. Much like Isle of Mull Hotel & Spa’s ‘Wilderness Deck’, Beach Hut takes exclusive use within nature to a new level in Scotland. 




The refurbishment and creation of Coast Spa forms part of Crerar Hotels’ most recent investment programme, which has seen a total of £4.5 million spent across Loch Fyne Hotel & Spa in Argyll at Bute and the Deeside Inn at Ballater, as well as Golf View Hotel & Spa.


Coast Spa’s Thermal Experience is priced at £65 per person, with treatments starting from £50. A range of spa days and spa breaks are also available to book.


For more information call Coast Spa on 01667 452 301 or visit


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