FAQ

We are primarily clothes free rather than clothing optional, everyone who wants to experience using a spa the proper way - that is without swimwear or some social nudity in our cafe bar or garden is welcome. Keep your towel or robe on if you prefer, our experience shows that quite quickly you will appreciate a boost of confidence and a wonderful feeling of liberation.

Remove your clothes for awhile, status and troubles go too...you will feel better about yourself, more comfortable in your skin and with more respect for yourself and others bought about by the openness and honesty you get when you are in a mixed gender naked environment. Clover Spa is a small and friendly place and you will leave feeling relaxed, de-stressed and with an overwhelming feeling of wellbeing.

Firstly they won’t know unless you tell them, and if you do the most likely response will be intrigue, fun questions, openness and respect. Clothes free is becoming more widespread and acceptable as more people understand the benefits - physical, mental, openness, respect and friendliness

The short answer is no, but we prefer to know your name simply because it is friendlier. If you want to go on our mailing list we would need those details but that is voluntary. You can just show up during opening hours for our "Just Naked Spa Day" and pay cash or by card.

New customers will have to show ID and the card used for any on-line purchase at reception as a check against fraudulent card use.

Reservations for accommodation and Spa days with treatments should be done on our secure website with payment made by card in advance. On the day and in-house payments may be either cash or card.

Absolutely NOT! Please don’t come here if this is what you want, you will be disappointed.

Guests are generally clothes free, that’s what they have come for and that’s what they enjoy, obviously on arrival and departure guests are dressed, some newbies remain dressed or wear swim wear, it really doesn’t matter as long as you are respectful of others.

Yes all our staff are clothed whilst on duty. If they chose to use the spa outside working hours they are naked, towelled or robed like everyone else.

No. We offer an extensive choice of professional massages and no “extras”. Guests can visit Clover Spa and Hotel and be safe in the knowledge that there is no sexual connotation.

We have two private treatment rooms which are designed for one client at a time.

We have tried single gender days without much success and for the time being have no plans to try it again.

We are often asked this question and its impossible to answer. If the question is when is the most social time to come I would say Thursday afternoon / evening and couples only weekends.

We have female therapists working everyday and male therapists available for pre booked treatments.

Naturism is simply being without clothes for a while, it has nothing to do with swinging or casual sex. It is very healthy for the skin, body and particularly the mind. Feeling the sun, breeze, even rain on your body brings your senses alive, you feel closer to nature and reality - the joys of life are simple and the troubles of the manic world disappear for a while.

No and most people who visit wouldn’t describe themselves as a naturist, they just understand the benefits and enjoy the feeling.

Overall more men in general use our spa facilities, but it does depend on time. Couples are the majority at weekends and we offer “couples only” on a number of weekends.

This is obviously a very personal matter and we respect that many women prefer to wear something at this time.

This is a common concern for newbies, it seldom happens but if it does you should just cover up, open displays of sexual arousal are not acceptable.

It is a very different experience, you respect people as they are, all ages, shapes and sizes and you soon realise that it is clothes that sexualize humans, not nudity.