After a uniquely challenging 2020, wellbeing will be as relevant to Surrey businesses as to individuals. Foxhills new leisure facility, The Pavilion, arrives just in time.
A £7m building designed by Michaelis Boyd, the architects behind Soho Farm-house, is nearing its final stages and is set to play a pivotal role in the local community in and around Surrey, adding even more leisure and health facilities to the extensive range already on offer at the resort.
The new building is set to include a crèche, art studio, playroom, indoor and outdoor swimming pools, a games room, three studios for dance, functional fitness and spinning, spa-quality changing rooms, and a new restaurant within a Victorian walled garden.
Companies will be focusing more on their employees’ mental and physical health next year, and Foxhills and The Pavilion will provide them with even more chances to exercise, unwind and escape the fast-paced commercial world – benefitting businesses looking for corporate memberships and away days. Across the estate there are
plenty of quiet places to work with wifi and great coffee and nine meeting
rooms for private video calls and meetings.
The new facility will complement the 70 bedrooms and suites, two champion-ship golf courses, nine-hole, par-three Manor Course, three restaurants, an award-winning spa, 11 tennis courts, driving range and practice den, indoor and outdoor swimming pools, and the Yoga Cabin already on site.
Owner and managing director, Marc Hayton, said: “It’s an extremely exciting period for Foxhills as we enter a new era, not only for the resort but also for life in general. Families and businesses will definitely have more of an eye on their wellbeing after a difficult year and we are delighted that we can help by providing a sanctuary for them to relax, exercise and socialise.
“The brief of The Pavilion was to provide ‘beautiful boxes filled with optimists’, if this sounds like you, we would love to meet, please come and visit us for a coffee and see how you can share our exciting journey ahead.”
For more information, visit foxhills.co.uk