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The Sunday Express: Escape for a tech-free break in the Cotswolds

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By: Rachel Jane Published in The Sunday Express: Sun, April 20, 2014
Our partners at Log House Holidays were recently visited by Rachel Jane and her friends to discover true relaxation with a Finnish-style glamping break in the Cotswolds with no phone signal or WiFi…

What they had to say about us….

“You can do as much or as little as you want during your break. There are walks (dogs are welcome), you can fish on the lake, take advantage of the rowing-boat, hire kayaks and bikes or take a more leisurely approach and turn your lodge into a luxury spa. Courtesy of My Personal Sanctuary, Roxie, our beautician, arrived and took over one of the bedrooms, blocked out the light, lit scented candles and set up her heated bed.
For the next four hours we were treated to facials and massages using organic products. It was bliss and a real highlight to our weekend. My Personal Sanctuary offers a range of treatment packages for every occasion. Roxie was amazing. It made a special weekend even more memorable.
If you bring your family there are plenty of things to do in the area. The Cotswolds Water Park is a 10-minute drive and provides activities such as horse riding, sailing and more.”
http://www.express.co.uk/travel/articles/471396/Escape-for-a-tech-free-break-in-the-Cotswolds

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Lizzie Edwards

Lizzie joined Gillie in the company’s infancy to help develop and grow new business, and being the technical brains in our team, it seems there’s nothing IT or finance related that Lizzie can’t do. With a scientific background and family history in natural health, her technical and holistic skills combined are the ideal partner for Gillie’s vision for MPS. Understanding the needs of customers, therapists and holiday providers, Lizzie has crafted the strategies, procedures and systems to help MPS function as it does today, and thankfully for us, she’s a very patient person. A lover of the countryside and its pursuits, Lizzie, along with her husband Paul, their two girls and daft Labrador, Crumble, enjoys life outdoors whenever the opportunity arises.

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