Pay R180 for a full body massage and pedicure worth R470 at the Saffron House (save 62%)
- Save 62% on a full body massage and a pedicure
- Luxury four star boutique guesthouse and spa
- Situated in magical Sunset Beach
- Sophisticated yet infused with casual comfort
- Spa boasts internationally qualified therapist
- Groupon redeemable for 3 months
- Booking essential on 021 551 6471
- Redemption only on presentation of printed Groupon
- Groupon only issued and valid once deal closes
- Groupon only valid for one person
Though they say variety is the spice of life, it’s recently been proved that spa treatments add a much more fantastic flavour to life than variety. Whether it’s a good or bad flavour is really determined by the spa destination. Don’t settle for commonplace cheesy chip sprinkle spa treatments – treat yourself to the affron of treatments with a luxury massage and pedicure at Saffron House with today’s Groupon.
With an internationally qualified beauty therapist, Saffron Guest House Spa is the ideal place to unwind and rid your shoulders of heavy little devils. With her nimble fingers and strong muscles, the highly skilled therapist kneads out every knot, paints each nail like Picasso and administers treatments like a fairy godmother. With a flick of her magical wrist she’ll have you walking out on pampered paws feeling like a million bags of saffron.
Like this exotic spice, Saffron House is a tasteful haven that stands out among its peers. Though unlike with the spice, you don’t have to travel miles or empty your bank account to enjoy this tasteful treat. With spectacular views of Table Mountain and calm tranquil surroundings this luxury spa is like something out of a travel brochure.
Clad in cotton-soft elegance and tranquillity, Saffron House Spa caters to its tired and stressed house guests’ every whim and fancy. This muscle flavouring massage and pedicure are just two of an extensive range of treatments like ten different massage treatments, and variety of delicious body wraps and facials still on the spa menu. You’re sure to be back for seconds. If its serenity, luxury, taste and flavour you’re after, shop no further than Saffron House.Spa fact: In early times, spas’ main competitors were restaurants. Because people didn’t know what massages were, they preferred to drown their sorrows in burgers and pastas rather than strange kneading sessions. In an attempt to steal customers from their competitors, therapists then used spices and overused sunflower oil to make their spas smell like restaurants.