In a 1750’s building not far from Dublin, Johnstown Estate Hotel is a 120 acre estate that takes in parkland and the river Blackwater. In addition to rooms in the main hotel, accommodation includes a number of lodges within the estate, while the spa offers 30,000 square feet of facilities. Scenic and luxurious, the hotel manages to be all at once romantic and family friendly.
Woodland trails and a rich history are key characteristics at Killashee Hotel, a mere 30km from Dublin. All Victorian grandeur, the hotel is teeming with old world charm, while the spa sits in a separate building in the grounds and is divided into leisure facilities which can also be accessed by children, and an adult only spa.
In characteristic Irish style, this new spa in Ireland to the Spabreaks.com collection is in a beautiful location, free to be explored on foot or using one of the bicycles available to borrow. The hotel’s history dating back to the 1600s is evident throughout, in name, style and food, but the spa itself is utterly contemporary. Perfect for romantic getaways, Farnham Estate is a luxurious destination.
In 300 acres of countryside peppered with lakes and in part taken up by the hotel’s own golf course, Slieve Russell Hotel and Spa is contemporary but classic. The spa itself is a hideaway for adults only, where the piece de resistance is a luxurious hydrotherapy suite.
Perfectly located for exploring Ireland’s Ancient East Coast, Westgrove Hotel is a four star hotel has something for everyone. The views enjoy the best of Ireland’s natural landscapes, while location means that you’re within easy reach of Dublin, and attractions including Lullymore Heritage & Discovery Park, Donadea Forest Park, the Japanese Gardens, Kildare Village Outlet and Newbridge Silverware.
Situated practically on the beach, Inishowen Gateway Hotel is in an area of outstanding natural beauty on the gateway to the Wild Atlantic Way. The hotel is classic and welcoming for families or those on a romantic break, but once you get into the spa it’s all about time for yourself. The spa’s use of the Sacred Nature product line reflects the location and reverence for the natural world, offering protection against environmental aggression and is free of chemicals, parabens, silicones and synthetic colours.
The clue is in the title on this one, so close to the water it’s practically sitting in it, Redcastle Oceanfront Golf and Spa Hotel on the shores of Lough Foyle is brimming with natural charm. It is an elegant hotel and welcomes families with a Kids Club and hiking, cycling and kayaking along the coastline available. The spa reflects its waterside location using the indigenous VOYA product line.
Very much the jewel in Ireland’s spa crown at the moment, Galgorm has everything from innovative spa packages to a beautiful location and exceptional food. The River Maine flows through the estate to really set the scene, and making relaxation in the River House which overhangs the water a delightful experience. The spa embraces its Celtic heritage with offerings such as the Beltane Experience where you relax around a sunken fire available, and the hotel does everything to five star standards.
A Michelin Star restaurant, a magnificent country house, and charming gardens including an old walled rose garden are the backdrop for a spa break at Mount Juliet Estate. A complete experience with lots to do, horse riding, falconry, fishing, golf and archery are all available in addition to a luxurious spa. No wonder it’s a favourite of Conde Nast Traveller.
Set on a crescent shaped beach that’s popular with both walkers and surfers, Trump International Golf Links and Hotel is a five star hotel with a world renowned golf course. In a rugged landscape, guests enjoy a world of luxury and fine dining, alongside high standards of pampering in The White Horses Spa. The hotel is designed for modern travel so there’s no shortage of facilities, and at every turn there are either beautiful antiques or scintillating views to cast your eyes over.