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Winter breaks

Winter Breaks

Winter breaks at La Croix Spa

For a family Christmas or New Year with a difference, why not come out and celebrate here, at La Croix Spa?

What could be nicer to have the room to house your entire family, cook and eat in one place for your main meals (or separately as you wish) and get that fantastic winter mix of brisk outside activities, coupled with snuggling up warmly back in your cottages.

Beautiful, crisp, winter scene at la Croix Spa

The Jacuzzi and Sauna are open and hot! You have all the benefits of everything on site here and whilst local summer activities are closed, you can still join in with the local Christmas activities and Christmas markets.

The weather is more “Christmassy” over here than in the UK. It is always crisp, and when the sun is out it is beautiful! Everything is covered in the morning with silvery hoar-frost and the ground crackles under-foot.

Even when the sun is not out, the frosty air picks out spiders webs and paints the grass white and the silence is resounding. It is so still.

Inside the cottages we have a mixture of modern infrared heating, electric radiators and (in Baudelaire & Racine) wood burners. All beds have duvets and extra blankets and the bedroom floors are all carpeted. We warm the cottages up for you well in advance of your arrival.

Our Winter breaks are very popular here with the French, who we have welcomed here for the last sixteen years over the Christmas and New year period.

Have a look at our Winter holiday cottages and availability.

Check Cottage Availability

Contact us

To call or email us and find out more please use our details below:

Telephone: +33 (0)5 45 89 35 87

Email: enquiries@lacroixspa.com.

Have a browse around our gallery of festive photos below.

Henri's lake Christmas party Hot jacuzzi
Frosty cobwebs Father Christmas visits Rochechouart Frost on the Pré de La Croix

What people have said:

“Many thanks for taking the late booking. Again, everything was spot-on. Looking forward to returning at X-mas.”
Slater.