Pedicure, manicure, wax, or massage - if it's pampering you want, Seaside Spa at the Estuary probably has what you're looking for.


Owners Pam and Bill Cote opened the business in September after taking over the space formerly occupied by the Seaside Spa and Wellness Center.


Mrs. Cote has a background in cosmetology and Mr. Cote is a CPA and will operate that business from a separate office inside the building.


The Cotes have hired stylists Kimberly Betzer, and Lisa DeMichael. Julie Blankenhorn will do manicures, pedicures, facials, and waxing. Judy Martin will provide massage.


Betzer, who worked at the Seaside Spa and Wellness Center, said she is eager to help the Cotes build their business and their relationship with the local community.


"You definitely depend on your clientele. They are more than just your clients, they're your friends," said Betzer. "I've had clients for 19 years."


The Cotes have remodeled, installed new flooring, and redesigned the layout of the service floor.


Mrs. Cote is coming back to the full-service salon business after taking almost ten years off to be a full-time mom.


"I'm very glad to be back," said Cote. "I'm looking forward to serving everybody. That's really what it's all about."


Seaside Spa at the Estuary is located at 2647 Hwy 101 N. and is open 10 a.m. to 5 p.m. Tues. through Sat., and Monday by appointment only. For more information call (503) 717-1770.