Spa Special: Sweet Seasonal Treatments for the Body at Mirbeau Inn & Spa

Lesley Mirza
Written by Lesley Mirza

As winter approaches, the Mirbeau Inn & Spa, located in New York’s Finger Lakes wine region, is offering a festive array of spa specials to help guests prep their skin from head-to-toe. Available after American Thanksgiving Day and until New Year’s Eve, Spa Mirbeau will have three unique treatments from Farmhouse Fresh that will be sure to put guests in the spirit of the season.

Hot Toddy for the Body Treatment
50 minutes – US$135 weekend (US$125 weekday) / 100 minutes – US$250 weekend (US$230 weekday)
This lush treatment begins with a hot towel hydration infused with nectar whole milk. Next, every rough edge will be softened and removed with a rich blend of bourbon and brown sugar to smoothen and exfoliate. . The decadent treatment is topped off with a dollop of peppery caramel body milk lotion to leave skin silky soft.

Ginger Bread Man-icure
50 minutes – US$70 weekend (US$65 weekday)
The perfect holiday mani! Hands will be treated to a steaming butter brulee whole milk hydration wrap before a scrumptious brown sugar polish exfoliates and revives winter skin, leaving behind the fragrance of gingersnap-bourbon. Finally, before nail prep and polish begins, the hands will be thoroughly massaged with warm, spicy caramel body milk.

Mint Chocolate Mistle-Toes Pedicure
50 minutes – US$80 weekend (US$75 weekday)
Deck the heels in holiday delight! This delicious pedicure begins with a thick butter brulee whole milk soak. Next, feet and legs are exfoliated with a fine grain sweet cream salt scrub, making dry winter skin soft to the touch. Finally, feet will be drizzled in a hot chocolate truffle serum that’s loaded with nourishing vitamins and extracts before an application of minty Shea butter is massaged into skin, leaving it fresh and invigorated.

For more information and reservations, call (315) 685-5006.

About the author

Lesley Mirza

Lesley Mirza

Lesley Mirza is the editor-in-chief for and travels the world tasting, sipping, and spa-ing.

In addition to heading up, Lesley has penned pieces for several publications, including Vancouver Magazine, Western Living,, (Tourism Vancouver's blog), and

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