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IMPORTANT: Please read this Oriel Hotel and Spa Hotel document BEFORE attending your first lesson. It details all the procedures we have in place at your pool related to staying safe during COVID-19

Please watch our 'NEW NORMAL' walk through video for this location here

All you need to know about – The Oriel Country Hotel and Spa, St. Asaph

Upper Denbigh Road, St. Asaph, Denbighshire, LL17 0LW.

We can’t wait to welcome you to Puddle Ducks at The Oriel – in the meantime, here’s some information that we hope you find useful. 

Location: The Oriel Country Hotel and Spa, St. Asaph
Parking: Lots of free parking is available at the hotel.  The Leisure club and pool is located on the right hand side, towards the back of the hotel with parking close to the Spa entrance for your convenience.

Essential information:

If your child is attending our Floaties, Splashers or Kickers classes or is not yet fully toilet trained they must comply with our 'Double Nappy' policy. Please use an approved snug-fitting neoprene (or other similar fabric) swim nappy such as our Puddle Ducks swim nappy. Under this, your child will need a reusable cotton swim nappy with a disposable liner such as our Eco NappyWrap & Liner or a disposable swim nappy. 

The design of our Puddle Ducks swim nappy (stretchy neoprene with snug fitting deep waistband and leg cuffs) ensures that all ‘little accidents’ stay inside the nappy with the reusable cotton swim nappy or disposable swim nappy underneath providing an extra layer of protection (and making any ‘accidents’ so much easier to get rid of!). 

TIP: A swim nappy needs to be snug around the legs and waist to do its job properly (but not too tight!)

Car seats are welcome in the leisure club, however please leave buggies in the car as the pool is only a short distance from the car park. 

You can find lots more useful information about attending our swim classes on our FAQs page

Technical information:

Average Pool temperature: 32°C

Depth: 1.2m throughout the pool

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