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Win afternoon tea and Jessica manicure for 2

Written by  The All Things Norfolk Team
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Win afternoon tea and Jessica manicure for 2

Best Beauty, is the new beauty treatment business at the Maids Head Hotel in Norwich. Run by Sophie Best, Best Beauty is the only supplier of classic French Guinot skincare treatments in the city centre.

Sophie’s contemporary salon is in a former 18th century coaching parlour on Wensum Street, next to the Maids Head’s historic entrance.

A former City College Norwich student, Sophie Best (25), has launched her own business after working at Sprowston Manor, where she was beauty spa stand-in manager for the last two years.


Sophie has a passion for beauty and well-being and explained: “Beauty comes from within but I recognise that sometimes we all need a little help to express ourselves and shine.” 

Sophie added, ”My aim is to provide a calming environment, where people can feel good about themselves in these beautiful historic rooms, which are equipped to meet the expectations of contemporary customers.”

Christine Malcolm, General Manager Maids Head Hotel said: “We wish Sophie all the best with her new venture and look forward to working with her on our special pamper packages.”

All Things Norfolk are delighted to team up with Best Beauty and The Maids Head Hotel to give you the chance to win Afternoon Tea and Jessica manicure for 2 to be taken in January 2018. To be in with a chance to win this fabulous prize please send the answer to the following question to This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it. along with your name and address. Please also put Best Beauty competition in the title of your email

Question: Where at the Maids Head Hotel is Best Beauty situated?


The competition closes at 6pm on Sunday 3rd December 2017 and the winner will be the first correct name drawn by random by the All Things Norfolk Team after the competition deadline. The winner will be notified by e-mail and only 1 entry per person, no cash equivalent

Best Beauty is open Tuesday to Saturday, with evening opening on Wednesday and Thursday to 8pm. Sophie provides facials, massage, deep tissue massage, manicures, pedicures, grooming, make up and wedding make up.

Packages on offer are:

Afternoon Tea and Jessica manicure – £40, book with Best Beauty. 

Pamper Stay including Dinner – overnight stay at the Maids Head with dinner in the 2 AA rosette Winepress restaurant and a treatment at Best Beauty. Select from either a pedicure, manicure, half hour facial or back, neck & shoulder massage, from £112.50 per person. Book with Maids Head Hotel.

For more information about Best Beauty, t. 01603 628840, email enquiries@bestbeautynorwich.co.ukwww.bestbeautynorwich.co.uk

For more information about Maids Head Hotel, t. 01603 209955, email reservations@maidsheadhotel.co.ukwww.maidsheadhotel.co.uk


Last modified on Sunday, 03 December 2017 21:13

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