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The gift of Time Out is precious

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From page HGG11 | November 22, 2013 |

A good way to get away from the hustle and bustle of the holidays or even get some relaxation in during the holiday season is to pamper yourself.

Time Out Spa, 2452 Apple Vista Lane in Camino, offers customers several ways to be spoiled. Those include massage, facials, Vichi, and pampering of hands and feet.

“We have gift certificates for all services,” said owner Edie Bullard, of Camino.

The services must be popular.

“We made the number one spa in the Mountain Democrat,” Bullard said.

With packages ranging from $129 on up, the spa goer can look forward to pampering which in some cases includes lunch, massages, breakfast and gourmet coffee.

Bullard also said customers can combine services as well.

“If they take, for example, the mini sampler packer package and they take 33 minute services, they can combine two them,” she said. “They can add on to any package they have.”

The overnight packages include all meals and a sleep gown. Guests stay in rooms on the second floor of the spa.

“It’s a total pampering spa.” she said.

The facility can accommodate about 20 customers per day and customers can also create their own packages.

“It’s the absolute best gift that a man can give to his wife,” Bullard said. “It’s a gift certificate for total pampering.”

She added the total pampering is a good way to relieve stress.

“We’ve been doing this for 19 years,” Bullard said. “We’re situated amongst the ranches of Apple Hill Growers Association members and so it’s beautiful.”

She added those who come to the spa are waited on hand and foot and everything is provided for them.

“We provide the robes, the slippers, the towels,” she said. “We serve homemade candies and all the meals. We’re No. 1 in pampering.”

Bullard suggests checking the Website at timeoutspa.com for hours and operation and
calling 530-644-0314 to set an appointment.

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