Eighty percent of America's cucumber crops go toward making pickles; the other 50% is distributed among spas for edible eye coverings. Harvest your senses with today's deal: for $50, you get $100 worth of spa services at Stone House Spa in Little Compton.
Housed in a historic 13-room mansion-turned-hotel, the spa at Stone House encompasses the essence of luxury with its lavish, extensive list of services that includes reflexology, nail care, aroma stone therapy, massages, and more. Begin descending into the blissful abyss with an Osea age rejuvenation facial, an invigorating treatment during which a serum containing oxygen extracted from marine plants is combined with minerals, antioxidants, and enzymes and slathered over face-skin to kick-start cell metabolism and rev up regeneration ($60 for 30 minutes, $100 for an hour). The Farmaesthetics sea-kelp exfoliating body wrap incorporates sea kelp, lavender buds, and heat-producing essential oils to nudge tired, overworked cells back to life ($100 for 60 minutes), and the Farmaesthetics hot-toddy body scrub with calendula remedy wrap uses organic herbs and citrus body oils to cleanse clogged-up systems. For relieving aches and pains from acting as a human trampoline, the royal Thai massage releases tensions, stimulates blood flow, and aids in healing the body ($100 for 60 minutes).
The spa within Stone House has the privilege of being located in the beautifully refurbished Stone House mansion, which still retains all of its Old World charm though it was recently renovated. The wide porches, spiraling staircases, and sound of waves crashing in the not-so-far-off distance all create a relaxing experience that melts away tension like a stick of butter thrown toward the sun from the top of a tall mountain.
- …I was wrapped, cocoon-style, in the sheets to help the ingredients fully absorb into my skin. During this time, I was treated to a face and scalp massage that relaxed every last inch and pore of my body. When I showered off, I felt like pure silk. – Kari Molvar, Vanity Fair
- If you’re looking for luxury, the sky’s the limit. – Ellen Albanese, Boston Globe
- How very Rhode Island, how incredibly Little Compton, and how worth the trip from any corner of the state. Don't miss your chance. – Becky DiStefano, GoLocalProv
122 Sakonnet Point
Little Compton, Rhode Island 02837Get Directions