Anglophiles, make haste to the hills. With the addition of luxury facilities at three hotels in the British countryside, you can muddy your Wellies and then retire to the spa for a sybaritic cleansing. At Chewton Glen (Hampshire, England; 800/344-5087 or 44-1425/275-341;; doubles from $427), vitality facials and synchronized massages are given in an 18th-century manor house set on 130 wooded acres. Therapists at the exclusive Stoke Park Club (Buckinghamshire, England; 877/468-3585 or 44-1753/717-171; doubles from $418) offer Japanese karada bathing rituals and detoxifying ocean soaks in the Italianate spa. Up in Scotland, the baronial Stobo Castle (Peeblesshire, Scotland; 44-1721/760-249;; doubles from $558) is upgrading its facilities. After gathering heather on horseback, guests will be able to unwind in the moor-peat bath or Dead Sea flotarium. —Heidi Sherman Mitchell