Foot Soak Services Jackson, NH
RELAX AT THE SPA at CHRISTMAS FARM INN
30-minute foot soaks for Two:
- Relaxing and calming setting
- Enjoy our bubbling foot bath and massage chairs
- All soaks start with a foot scrub and finish with a lotion application
- Complimentary Aveda Health Tea
Enhance your soak – please choose one (book in advance):
- Paraffin hand treatment – $10 per person
- 10-minute foot massage – $20 per person
- 15-minute nail shaping and polish – $25 per person
- 15-minute hand and lower arm massage – $25 per person
- 15-minute lower leg and foot massage – $25 per person
Refresh – celebrate – indulge:
Flavors to choose from: Chamomile, Peppermint, Ginger, Honey Lavender, Green Tea, Lemon, Vanilla Chai, Apple & Cinnamon
Split bottle of sparkling wine | $16 for two
Mimosa (sparkling wine and orange juice) | $20 for two
Box of assorted chocolate treats, 4 pieces | $9
Box of 8 truffles | $19
Energizing | $69
Calming | $69
Uplifting | $69
Stress Fix | $69
Feeling Festive | $72
CBD Rose Glow | $82
"This is my 3rd trip to this spa for massage, and, although it didn't need to, it keeps getting better! The staff goes out of their way to make us feel comfortable and valued, and the setting is beautiful.. Words can't describe the massages given by Linda, other than I wish I could go there every day for the rest of my life! Heavenly!! Can't wait to return!!!!!"
— Lori BR, Providence, Rhode Island
"I indulged in a facial..., while my significant other. went for an hour long massage... Both were heavenly. The people here are so friendly and knowledgeable. They make you feel right at home. So glad we decided to do this; it won't be our last time at CFI..."
— Lauren L., Southcoast, MA
"Enjoyed a fabulous massage at the Spa just prior to making the five our trip home. It was such a relaxing experience and the whole Spa area is a great addition to the overall experience at the Inn."
— Penny, Queensbury, NY
History of Christmas Farm Inn Name
The Inn is not 'Christmas themed' but rather received its name from the gifting of the property at Christmas time – renamed the ‘Christmas Farm’ in honor of the season and spirit of the gift.