Indulge yourself with our treatments for the season

New treatments for the season ahead at the Spa

We are pleased to offer our guests a holistic well-being and luxury healing and rejuvenating experiences during these cool months. Inspired from Chatham’s unique coastal environment, the team utilizes natural ingredients, flavors, and products in our nurturing new treatments. Our offerings include:

Winter Comfort


90 minutes; $240: A sugar body polish on the body and luxurious massage with warm shea butter return moisture and essential oils to your skin that has been dried by indoor heating and cold winds. You finish in a warm and comfortable wrap while enjoying a releasing neck and scalp massage.


Healing Crystal Harvest Scrub


90 minutes; $250: Utilizing the healing properties of Selenite Crystals and tapping into the cosmic energy of the moon, this treatment is a combination of the Spa’s Rosemary Orange Sugar Scrub and crystals. The scrub helps to rejuvenate the skin while the crystal therapy uses the energy of the earth to restore clarity and balance. Custom-made jewelry made of Selenite crystals will be available for purchase in the Spa.


Fall into Beauty


90 minutes; $230: A full-body exfoliation using the resort’s signature Lavender Honey Sugar Scrub, followed by an application of Lavender Honey Body Butter, both created from local lavender and honey from the Inn’s honey bees. Following the scrub, guests will receive a mini-facial which includes cleansing and exfoliation, a nourishing mask, scalp massage, and customized finishing products. During this time of change, this treatment is perfect to allow the skin to stimulate and regenerate allowing the body to relax.


Changing Colors Pedicure


45 minutes; $70: The sweet warmth of organic spices and vanilla aromas stimulate aliveness and good cheer in the colder weather. Treatment includes a soothing foot soak, an application of sugar polish, and therapy mask to hydrate.


For additional information or reservations, please call the Spa at 508.945.6737.

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