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HEALTH & SAFETY

NO UNDER 18s allowed in the bathing area. Please bring your ID if you are lucky enough to look 25 or younger.

Children over 12 may use the area if accompanied by an adult.

No sharp objects or glass are permitted in the bathing area.

Food is not allowed in the bathing area.

No day-wear or underwear allowed in the hot tubs or sauna. Please use bathing costumes instead.

Please avoid wearing heavy makeup, body lotions and sun protective creams in the hot tubs.

Please avoid wearing metal jewellery and watches while using the bathing facilities. Metal can react to the water treatment in the hot tubs and get very hot in the sauna. What is more, small objects are easily lost. We advise you to keep valuable items at home or in the lockers provided. We are sorry but we do not accept responsibility for lost or damages items.

Hot, soapy shower (provided) must be taken before entering hot tubs/sauna.

Before and during the visit please drink plenty of water (provided).

No smoking in the hot tubs, sauna or changing rooms.

We reserve the right to request you to leave the premises if you are under the influence of alcohol or any other substances; if your behaviour is disruptive or disrespectful towards other guests and our staff. No refunds will be issued in such cases.

Please contact us if you need advice on the possibility and suitability of visiting PAUS. due to a medical condition or if you have any questions about H&S and Spa Etiquette.

You should not use the bathing facilities if you have sensitive skin, open sores and wounds, have had a flu or stomach problems within the last 7 days. Please contact your GP before use if you are pregnant, receiving medical treatment or have a long term illness. 

Bathing

Meadows

You're advised to walk slowly, carefully and fully concentrated on the surfaces.

Please be aware that due to the outdoor nature of the site, surfaces may be uneven and there is a risk of trips or falls.

We have a lot of rabbits as tenants and neighbours so please watch out for holes and burrows.

When walking barefoot, please keep an eye out for thistles and thorns, particularly in the Spinney area. The Barefoot Sensory Trail is inspected on a daily basis however we cannot guarantee that a naughty thistle won't be waiting for your feet.

The different sections of the Barefoot Sensory Trail are of varying degrees of difficulty. If you are uncomfortable, please step off onto the grass and try again or skip the section.

Please keep children under close supervision and don't allow climbing of structures or trees. We advise that children do not attempt to walk the harder, more uncomfortable section of the Barefoot Sensory Trail.

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