Escape the frenzy of modern society at the Spa at Glenmoor where a whirlpool, sauna and steam rooms are all tucked away under a glass-covered ceiling inside a former 167,000-square-foot Catholic seminary. Part of the Glenmoor Country Club and replete with Gothic architecture, this hilltop destination is perfect for newlyweds, couples getaways and work-related retreats. “It’s kind of already got that natural seclusion built right in,” says spa director Kristen Fitchko. “So you have that quietness, you have that seclusion and you have that tranquility.” Although part of the country club, this full-service spa is open to the public with 11 different facials, 10 massages and eight body treatments. The cleansing one-hour Balneo Mud Body Wrap ($115) combines a wrap of algae-infused mud and a bamboo body scrub, while the Raindrop Oil Therapy ($100) promotes a sense of peace and relaxation with the slow and steady pouring of essential oils, such as cypress and peppermint, during a healing massage. “We really offer a wide variety of massages to really meet any body ailment that might need that little extra attention,” says Fitchko. 4191 Glenmoor Road NW, Canton, 330-966-3600, glenmoorcc.com
Try this: A time-honored country club treatment, the 30-minute or one-hour Glenmoor Classic Golf Ball Massage ($65 or $95) is a full-body therapeutic massage that uses — you guessed it — golf balls to help release tight knots from playing that back nine.