IT HAS been revealed that Thursday's night's relaxing spa experience was held in the garden gazebo in the formal gardens at Gwrych Castle.

This was built in c.1820.

During the I'm A Celebrity...Get Me Out Of Here! last night, viewers saw Russell, Vernon, Hollie and Giovanna enjoy a relaxing experience at the ‘castle spa’. The treat came after Jessica, Giovanna, Ruthie and Beverley braved ‘Mean Massage’.

The robes provided for the celebrities were created by Simply Logo in Rhyl.

Nia Wyn Heaton, director, said it was 'brilliant' to have such an opportunity.

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Giovanna Fletcher and Shane Richie take on Game Knight in Tuesday's episode. Pictures: ITV

She added: "We had such fun doing them."

During the spa experience, Russell was celebrating his birthday.

He tucked into food and said: "I never thought I’d enjoy hummus so much.”

Giovanna said: “Oh my gosh, peppers, carrots, hummus, mango, strawberry, pineapple, grapes, honestly it was amazing.”

They all applied face masks on each other and then got into the hot tub.

Vernon added “I feel a million dollars, I really do. I’m ready for a Saturday night out.”

It has also been revealed that Tuesday night’s castle coin challenge was held in Gwrych Castle’s sensory gardens.

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The Castle Coin Challenge was filmed in part of Gwrych Castle's sensory gardens. Picture: Conwy Cynhaliol

In Game Knight, I’m A Celebrity campmates Shane and Giovanna arrived to the challenge area and were greeted by a large turret and lots of hanging piñatas.

Shane was locked in a turret whilst Giovanna, dressed as a knight, had to hit the piñatas to get the golden cogs inside them.

Shane then had to use the golden cogs to complete a puzzle and release himself from the turret.

Posting on Facebook, Conwy Cynhaliol said: “They were filmed in part of the Gwrych Castle Sensory Gardens which were funded through LEADER.

“The gardens at Gwrych Castle had been derelict since the 1920s but with the help of 20 local volunteers, the formal terrace was transformed into a sensory garden, with volunteers learning how to re-point the walls using lime mortar and then how to dig out and turn over the flower beds in preparation for planting."