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Cowshed Carnaby, Soho

Perfectly located just moments from Carnaby Street, Cowshed Carnaby is a little piece of country heaven in the centre of London, designed especially for beauty on the go.

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Perfectly located just moments from Carnaby Street, Cowshed Carnaby is a little piece of country heaven in the centre of London, designed especially for beauty on the go.

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With sociable grooming at the heart of Cowshed, they’ve created an inviting and fun environment for you to meet with friends or make new ones.

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With three comfortable manicure and pedicure chairs upstairs and tranquil treatment rooms downstairs, treat yourself to an indulgent manicure or pedicure, a rejuvenating facial or a relaxing body massage. For those who are short on time there are a range of 30 minute speedy treatments, so you’ll be able to fit your monthly maintenance into your busy schedule and still have time to stock up on your favourite selection of mood-enhancing natural products for bath, body and home.

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Cowshed Carnaby
Foubert’s Place,
Soho London, W1F 7QG
020 7534 0870
www.cowshedonline.com

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