Maison Termé Harrogate - Our Story

Welcome to Maison Termé Harrogate. Celebrating the history of twinned spas in Harrogate, Italy and France with our range of natural, spa, home and hotel products.

Maison Termé Harrogate Candles & Spa Products
The word 'Maison Termé' translates to 'Home of Spa'. Maison meaning 'Home' in French and 'Termé' meaning Thermal Spas in Italian, both of which are countries twinned with Harrogate, England. Drawing from the Spa Towns of Europe: Maison Termé Harrogate is inspired by the twinned spa towns of Montecatini Terme in Tuscany, Italy, and Bagnères-de-Luchon in the Occitanie region of France. These towns have long been associated with wellness, healing, and luxurious pampering and are both twinned with the spa town of Harrogate, England. The brand's founders were captivated by the timeless elegance and distinct aromas of these regions, and they set out to blend those elements into their products.
The name Maison Termé translates to 'Home of Spa' using both French and Italian, of which Harrogate is twinned.  
A Touch of Spa Luxury at Home: Understanding the importance of personal care and pampering, Maison Termé Harrogate introduced spa-like hand washes and hand lotions. These products enrich the daily handwashing ritual with fragrances that linger delicately on the skin, embracing users in a cocoon of comfort and luxury.

Embracing Holistic Wellness: In their pursuit of creating a holistic home fragrance experience, Maison Termé Harrogate added shower and body oils to their collection. These oils are formulated with natural ingredients, expertly blended to nourish the skin and soothe the senses, making every bath or shower a rejuvenating and indulgent experience.
Tewit Well Harrogate

Sustainable Practices and Community Involvement: Since the beginning, Maison Termé Harrogate has maintained a commitment to sustainability and community involvement. They have partnered with British artisans and suppliers to source eco-friendly materials and supported various environmental initiatives, honoring the natural beauty of Harrogate and its surroundings.