Luxury Shoreline Sauna opens next to Lyme Regis’ historic Cobb

Shoreline SaunaA LUXURY wood-fired mobile sauna, next to the historic Cobb in Lyme Regis, has opened this week.

The new Shoreline Sauna can be found near to the lifeboat station and harbourmaster’s office – a prime position for spectacular harbour and sea views.

Visitors can warm up in the sauna, with temperatures of 60-80 degree celsius, before taking a dip in the sea or using the cold water buckets to refresh and invigorate.

Lyme Regis residents and operators, Nikki and Janie, decided to create a business with community and wellbeing at its forefront.

They both enjoy swimming in the sea and its many benefits, and so hope to work alongside Lyme’s thriving water sports communities.

The Shoreline Sauna is a space for people to come together and enjoy the many health and well-being benefits associated with saunas and the sea.

As well as being a great way to relax and unwind away from the hustle and bustle of everyday life, evidence suggests that regular sauna use can reduce stress, improve sleep and soothe aches and pains.

With a growing sauna culture in the UK, Shoreline Sauna was inspired by the Seaside Sauna Haus in nearby Seatown.

Using the best quality materials and drawing inspiration from Victorian bathing machines and beach huts, the new Shoreline Sauna fits perfectly into the traditional British seaside location.

The new sauna will cost £80 per hour for a privately booked session for up to eight people, or communal sessions are available for just £15 an hour to ensure the sauna is accessible for as many residents as possible. Loyalty cards will also be available.

For further information or to book, contact Nikki on 07875 204 410, email hello@shorelinesauna.co.uk or visit shorelinesauna.co.uk

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  1. Seen these popping up all over the coast. Lovely idea but the smoke isn’t so lovely and it’s a shame these are now popping up everywhere on the coast meaning the lovely fresh sea air is replaced by smoke. Would

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