Essex County’s first destination wellness centre, Estate of Health, provides a holistic space, firmly grounded in nature, to escape the stresses of modern life. Visitors are encouraged to slow down, unplug and connect to their inner selves through a variety of sensory experiences designed to restore, nourish and revitalize the body, mind and spirit – right in the centre of Kingsville.
Owner Jordan Scott-Trepanier, together with her mother Heather Scott, has created a unique setting that is aesthetically manicured but perfectly blended with wild gardens that respect the native flora and fauna of our region. In contrast to many other spa settings Day spa guests stroll the grounds of this converted century home in white robes, through the lavender labyrinth, Finnish sauna and saltwater pool. The estate itself was built in 1856 by Colonel James King, a generous man who graciously helped those in need by giving back to his community. After his death, the estate changed owners a handful of times but always remained a space used for the benefit of others; most notably as a location for healing at the hands of Dr. Sidney Arthur King and later as a bed and breakfast in 1997.
Fast forward to 2019 when the Estate was purchased by the Scott family, they planned extensive renovations to make the home more accessible to all who might be on their healing journey. Guests come for specific treatments; massages, reiki, salt scrubs, yoga, reflexology and forest bathing. All visitors are welcome to enjoy their homegrown medicinal teas in their well-appointed lounge or observatory. Conveniently, many of the spa’s products, as well as other Canadian and Indigenously-made products, are available in their Wellness Boutique.
Visit Estate of Health for the day or for late-summer lounge nights that inspire relaxation under the stars, in the pool and around the fire with music and kombucha.
Call 519-712-8838 for all bookings and inquires.
101 Mill St W, Kingsville, ON N9Y 1W4