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One Tank Trip: Salt Cave & Spa

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Just a few miles away from the Greenbrier, an underground, hidden treasure is waiting at the end of the road.

“We wanted to give it that ancient feel. That origin of humanity. Where we can all come together and feel that we have that common ground. So when you walk in through our doors, our hope is that you feel anything is possible,” Adrianna Bankert, the owner of Salt Cave & Spa, said.

The Salt Cave & Spa is a one-stop oasis that has everything for your pampering needs. And aside from the common relaxation you receive from a spa, here, they also supply you with a rejuvenation.

The main reason why thousands of visitors travel to White Sulphur Springs every year to visit this spa is because of the salt cave. The cave has 17,000 pounds of Himalayan salt which has a ton of health benefits.

Shelly Walker, the Spa Manager, told us, “It can be beneficial for allergies, sinuses, bronchitis, pneumonia, COPD, Asthma, psoriasis, exema, etc. It’s a fabulous room. It’s so relaxing in there. I love it!”

This salt cave is the only spa in the world designed this way! Plus, they’ve kept prices relatively inexpensive so that most residents and visitors can afford it!

“We have a sense of wanting to serve, whoever walks in through our doors, with our hearts and do anything we can to facilitate the journey of healing and well-being,” Adrianna said.

And, of course, you can get to the spa in half a tank of gas!

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Rebecca Fernandez

Rebecca Fernandez joined Newswatch as a Reporter in February, and was quickly promoted to Weekend Anchor, and has come all the way from Florida to pursue her on-air career in Southern West Virginia! Read More