Here's a few things you should know about Acresfield


Acresfield luxury features

Created with meticulous attention to detail and expertise, the Club has been built by the collective effort of the Ward family and their passion for excellence in health, relaxation and leisure.

Examples of these works can be seen throughout the facility.

We have a specially commissioned chandelier from local glass artist John Ditchfield in the entrance foyer and impressive Daedalian Glass installations are evident in the Spa and in the changing rooms.

FREE WiFi hotspot are available so you can surf the internet, or send an email whilst enjoying an ‘Acresfield’ blended coffee or one of our speciality teas in the Bistro.

For those who find climbing the stairs difficult we also have a mobility lift.

From all of us at Acresfield, we hope you enjoy your time with us.


Acresfield is eco-conscious

Acresfield Health Club & Spa is committed to adopting eco-friendly solutions and practices throughout its facilities, products and services.

The building is rated A for its energy efficiency, meaning less waste.

Heating in the swimming pool and changing areas is sustainable and delivered using an air source heat pump.

We proudly work with Gaskells Waste Services to ensure that all of our waste that we cannot recycle is responsibly put to good use to create fuel.


Acresfield Health Club & Spa was officially opened on May 29, 2014 by Rebecca Adlington OBE and Steve Parry, both Olympic medalists.

As well as our Olympic graded Technogym equipment, Acresfield has torches from the Olympic Games (Beijing 2008 and London 2012) and other genuine sporting memorabilia are on display throughout the Club.

Beijing 2008 Olympic Torch

Olympic torch 2002

London 2012 Olympic Torch

Olympic torch 2012