While February sees Spabreakers given the opportunity to win a spa break in Ireland, we wanted to introduce you to the top Irish spas that have recently joined Spabreaks.com…
An award winning spa in a contemporary hotel that’s steeped in history, The Ice House Hotel takes its name from its position on the Moy estuary where tons of wild salmon were preserved here under ice before being shipped to the markets of Dublin and Liverpool. Surrounded by beautiful scenery it brings a sense of luxury as well as peace and quiet, and beautiful treatments from VOYA.
In the beautiful Ancient East of Ireland with 5,000 years of history to explore in lush green landscapes, Killashee is a mere 30km from Dublin and is all Victorian grandeur surrounded by wild woodland and trails. The leisure facilities sit a little separately from the spa area which prides itself on being a peaceful, adult haven where you can lounge in the hydrotherapy suite and sip tea before an Elemis treatment.
The home of Ireland’s first Walking River feature in a thermal suite, renowned for its assistance in healing sports and fatigue related injuries, as well as being close to the Fota Wildlife Park, Fota Island Resort is an entirely unique experience that very much takes its lead from mother nature. On an island in Cork Harbour, the Irish coast provides impressive scenery while the five star resort offers accommodation in either 123 contemporary rooms and eight penthouse suites or a number of self-catering lodges within the grounds.
In a beautiful location on the River Lee, The Kingsley Hotel is situated in the city centre in Cork, offers all the leisure experiences you could ask for whilst being within close proximity to all the entertainment Cork has to offer. There’s a gym, pool, outdoor hydro pool, and personal training available, as well as Boot Camps and exercise classes, while the hotel is particularly adept at keeping up to date lists of events available in this buzzy city ranging from jazz to musicals and exhibitions.
An island resort accessed by ferry, Lusty Beg Island Spa in the heart of the Fermanagh Lakelands is an escape from another time and place. Surrounded by 75 acres of parkland, you can choose to stay in self catering lodges and chalets, which have a Swiss mountain vibe, or in B&B accommodation in the Courtyard or the Lakeside cabins. Meanwhile, The Island Spa sits in a lodge style building with arching wooden ceilings and facilities including a sauna, hot tub, pool and garden, as well as a relaxation room where teas, coffees, smoothies and fruit kebabs are available.
A four star hotel with a brand new spa that has opened at the end of this month, Castleknock Hotel offers guests the best of both worlds, surrounded by countryside whilst being within easy reach of Dublin. Surrounded by acres of greenery, the spa is brand-new and purpose-built with views of the golf course, lake and surrounding countryside, and offering treatments from Elemis and VOYA, including the innovative Biotec treatments.
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