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Have been to quite a few men only saunas now and always come back to Touch. It’s discreet and when you go inside the decor is very tasteful. The premises is carpeted throughout with tasteful pictures. The downstairs areas include a few play area, glory holes, dark cage and a few play rooms. Condoms and lube available at the bar, as is free water. Upstairs the steam room is an adequate size and where a lot of action starts. Sauna could be bigger and the the two person hot tub, too small.
Been going here for years. When it was sold it was nice to find it was in the hands of a new confident and business minded guy Jamie.
The work that has taken place in a relatively short time,is amazing. The car park is now tidy snd more spaces. The welcome is always a warm one with a beaming smile.
The entrance hall looks clean tidy and modern.All the old surplus sofas have been removed.
Prices are fair and reasonable.
The place is clean.It never was in the past.
There are lots of new guys now going.the Steam room is always a great starting point for me It is now fully refurbished and has a great horny feel to it.
The jacuzzi area is now spotless as is the shower area. The dry sauna is great.
Sunbeds well maintained.
Upstairs does get busy with many private rooms getting filled quickly.
Theme days all seem to work well.
If you haven't been to a sauna then this is a great starting venue. If you have then this is now one of the best.
Well done the new owners.
I had not been to the Northwich sauna for some time, so noting that there was a new owner and much re furbishment in hand thought i would give it a try.
What a difference !!!! A warm welcome from the new owner, changing room very clean.
The downstairs wet areas have had a transformation.
Both saunas look NEW !!! Showers all updated - and the jacuzzi which was super warm/hot.
Steam room - re- modelled, new larger dark area added to the former dark area, Steam area as you go in in the first section, steam does not penetrate the darker sides.
In reality a real deep clean all round and the difference shows, added to the team and there are now enough of them check - and mop the wet areas.
The rear stairs are in transition and the outside area - used in summer, I am sure will be updated.
I went on au-naturel day - but ones does need a towel to dry off !!
Not full by any means on the day I visited, but enough there, to not feel crowded.
Well worth a visit now- tip top clean... just note the parking, must park in the marked bays.
Having visited this sauna for the first time yesterday (Sunday, 27th January 2019), I thought that I would write a review of it for other potential first timers there. This may include guys who have been to other saunas, but not this one, and guys who are true 'sauna virgins' and are either worried or curious about what places such as this are like.
The Northwich Sauna (its current name, not 'Sauna-Sauna') has recently been taken over by new management and they are in the process of a major refurbishment. The inside work appears to have been completed, but the outside area (obviously not being used this time of year) appears to still be a construction site. The admission prices are no longer as shown on this website, but the website link on this website still works; although there are a few minor spelling and punctuation mistake there (it claims that they serve a 'roast dinner with desert' on Sundays!) it is an informative and easy-to-navigate website.
The staff were friendly and helpful at Reception, providing a towel, locker key, condom and lube and briefly explaining the layout of the building. The ground floor contains the main locker room, a large hot tub, two dry saunas, an ample number of hot showers and a huge, dimly-lit steam room with a dark section at the end which was very busy. There is also a large dining area, a sunbed room and a room in which you can have a professional massage. The upstairs has a number of rooms with beds or sofas and television screens showing different, top quality films, together with numerous quiet corners.
The whole building was spotlessly clean, and, during my visit, I saw several members of staff going around checking the rooms for litter etc. The clientele were largely friendly, representing a wide range of ages and types, without being 'over-friendly' or unnecessarily persistent to me in any way.
I would recommend this venue to either a regular sauna visitor or a first timer. As far as I was concerned, it was worth the 150-mile round trip!
this sauna no longer exists